Lee was rescued in East Texas, he is a large brindle Boxer mix. He is very sweet with a good natured disposition. His current foster is attempting to fatten him up since he looked to be a bit malnourished when rescued. But he is otherwise a healthy, happy boy who believes he should be a "lap dog".
He is good on a leash and already knows some basic commands like SIT and SHAKE. And seems to be a very quick learner who is very eager to please. Lee is getting along well with the Daschunds that are his current foster siblings. He is current on all his shots and will be scheduled to be neutered in the very near future. He will also receive his microchip at that time as well.
Lee is a sweetheart and would make a wonderful companion dog, with his deep instinct to be by your side. He has a sweet soul and is a good boy who deserves so much more than to have been dumped on a rural country road to fend for himself. Please consider giving him a 2nd chance at a forever home. Or even if you would like to become his foster family - that would be great!
His current foster named him Lee....after Robert E. Lee, noted to be the only cadet to graduate West Point with a perfect record!
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