"Hi, I'm Buster! I'm a 3 year old neutered Boxer boy with a devilishly handsome brindle coat. I am energetic and love to run. I get along well with the other fur babies in my foster family; big, small and in between. I am a bit goofy and don't always realize my size or how small things around me might be. In fact, I've knocked down a thing or two and stepped on more than one toe and paws. I have a soft mouth when taking treats from my people. And I don't waste any time at breakfast and dinner, because I really like my food. I'm happy to eat in my crate if there are others around, and it keeps their food safe, too. I love being around my people and am happy to curl up on the couch next to you or lay in the floor at your feet. Sometimes I like to pretend I'm a lap dog but who am I kidding lap dogs don't come in size 60 pounds. But wherever I am, I like to be touching you. In fact, I'm a leaner. I like leaning into you (a big guy like me needs to take a load off a paw every now and then). I'm crazy about my people and they are crazy about me and want to find me the best of the best of homes. And while I love kiddos, I'm not so graceful around the ones who may be knocked down easily (no offense to the littles in your life but their safety comes first). If you can handle a goofy pal like me and the occasional smashed toe then I just might be your guy! Oh, one more thing: lots of fellas are wishing I could live with them, but I am partial to women and older girls, and quite frankly, most men make me uncomfortable and give me feelings of anxiety, so please, please help me find a home where there are females to love me!"
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