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My name is Thunder!

Boxer Puppy for adoption in Capistrano Beach, California - Thunder
Photo 1 - Boxer Puppy for adoption in Capistrano Beach, California - Thunder
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GreenDog Foundation

Facts about Thunder

  • Breed: Boxer
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10784109

This stunning 10-month-old boxer male named "Thunder" by the shelter is drop dead gorgeous! Thunder's demeanor is shy at times but calm, kind, lovable, alert and gentle soul. The staff told us he can ramp up to puppy level fun when engaging in play. He gets along with everything and everyone! He was originally adopted out for just a day and returned to the Baldwin Animal Shelter because he had puppy energy. Well, he is a puppy…. We meet Thunder the day before and we were so impressed with how he would politely sit calmly, quiet, no barking, just this sweet kind striking face. Thunder is currently with an awesome foster trainer who is teaching him all the basics and terrific manners. Thunder will be a magnificent find for a very lucky family. For more information on Thunder contact: GreenDog Foundation at 949-842-2517 or 951-609-0765 Email: greendogfoundation@gmail.com 

About GreenDog Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a non-profit public charity that solely relies on volunteers and donors to support our efforts. With the public's support, we are able to rescue euthanasia-listed dogs from shelters all over California, bring them into a loving environment and nurture them back to health and then help them to find their forever home and family.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please see our website or Facebook page for our upcoming events!

Our Adoption Process...

Adult dogs require a $300 adoption fee. This covers their spay or neuter, vaccinations (including Rabies), and microchipping as well as anything else that the dog may need to bring him or her to the healthiest state possible before adoption (i.e. dental cleaning, tumor removal, rounds of antibiotics, etc.)