Hi! My name is Prince! I'm a small boxer mix, weighing in around 40-45lbs. Don't worry, I am a TON of Fun! My foster family thinks I'm a little ray of sunshine. I was found as a stray in rural SC, and probably had an unimaginable past. But that's okay! I'm living the great life now. I have learned so much! I'm housebroken and crate trained. I sometimes expect a treat for going into my crate. I know 'sit', and understand that I need to be calm and sitting to get let out of my crate too. I get really excited when I see my people. They ignore me till I'm calm (just a couple of minutes). I eat my kibble kind of fast, so I use a special bowl to help my slow down. I just LOVE food. I do great with other dogs. I've been living with 3 foster sisters. My big fluffy sisters make great pillows for napping. Hehehe! Speaking of napping, I love to snuggle and am a bed hog. Don't think I sleep all day long though! I can fetch, play tug, and wrestle all day. I love chewing on bones, and playing 'unbuild-a-bear' too! Please don't leave socks on the floor, they look like toys to me and I'll chew them up. Going on walks are a blast too! But I need some help learning my leash manners. Maybe you can help me with that? I'm smart and learn things quickly. I've been trying to learn 'position' and 'down' too. I prefer to meet new people in a home setting. I come across as shy in unfamiliar places. I have been around kids as young as 7. They seem like a lot of fun to play with! All in all, I'm just a pawsome handsome guy!'
Fill out an application at bcaaofnj.org if you would like to meet me :)
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