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My name is ZZ-Maggie *courtesy post!

Boxer Mix Dog for adoption in Rancho Santa Margarita, California - ZZ-Maggie *courtesy post
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I.C.A.R.E. Dog Rescue

Facts about ZZ-Maggie *courtesy post

  • Breed: Boxer Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11230821

Meet MAGGIE! *courtesy post - contact Laura Mulligan via email at lauramulligan71@gmail.com for adoption info!

Maggie is about 6 yrs. old. We found her at our local shelter, she was a stray and she is a female boxer. Her head makes me think that she may be a mix of something, but maybe not. She is a fawn, small (about 55-60lbs). She is prone to allergies so we've kept her on a Zyrtec regimen recommended by our veterinarian. Maggie would do best as an only dog, she loves all the attention! I don't know that she's ever met a cat, but I would imagine she would be very uncomfortable knowing Maggie's personality. Meeting knew people is stressful for her, but she comes around. Mostly it takes a couple minutes of her being weary and then she will come up and be kind to someone we let in our home. She will bark out the window at strangers, but we've been working with her on that. She is scared of small children. I would say to keep her away from toddlers and any child that doesn't have a concept of space, like crawling or pulling on her. She gets frightened and will snap, but she's not aggressive or egregiously snappy and has never bit anyone. Maggie is spayed and vaccinated, but not microchipped. She is housebroken, kennel trained, walks great on a leash, does great in the car and travels very well. She wont scratch at the door to come in or go outside to potty so we have to let her out when we notice her sitting by the door, that's her cue for potty. We are in Hesperia, CA. 

For adoption info contact Laura Mulligan via email at lauramulligan71@gmail.com!

About I.C.A.R.E. Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

I.C.A.R.E. is an all breed, no kill dog rescue. We rescue dogs at risk of being euthanized from shelters, abandoned, abused, and stray dogs. We also rescue many owner surrendered dogs; which are dogs that can no longer remain in their current homes due to financial or personal issues. I.C.A.R.E. Dog Rescue is dedicated to reducing the number of dogs that are euthanized in our shelters each and everyday. We focus on rescuing and rehabilitating them in loving foster homes until they are adopted into their permanent homes. We also focus on educating the public regarding specific breeds, rescue, and general information regarding the canine species. We are a 100% volunteer run and supported organization that cannot survive without the help of loving fosters, volunteers, and benefactors.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

PayPal: rescue@icaredogrescue.org. Submit as Personal/Gift to avoid fees. Thank You!

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do adoption events all over OC area at least 2-3 times a month - you can find event info on our website or facebook at:

Website: www.icaredogrescue.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ICARE.rescue

Our Adoption Process...

We require an application, application approval, meet and greet, home check, adoption fee and a contract.

0-6 months: $350
7-12 months: $300
12+ months: $250

$50 more for pure bred dogs.

Adoption fee includes :

Shots up to date of adoption
Spay/neuter (if old enough)
Micro-chip

We also require to stay second on the micro-chip info for life and have a life time return policy on all our rescue dogs adopted out.

Unfortunately, we do not adopt out of state under any circumstances. We recommend that you visit your local shelter or dog rescues in your area if you are looking to adopt.