My name is Eric!

Boxer/German Shepherd Dog Mix Puppy for adoption in Burlington, Vermont - Eric
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Save A Mutt Kennel-VT

Facts about Eric

  • Breed: Boxer/German Shepherd Dog Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
This pup will fostered in VA until adopted. Once adopted we can transport the pup to any of our north eastern locations.

This pup was born 5-11-17 to a beautiful brintle boxer. The dad was a shepherd mix of some sort. To me he looked predominantly german shep. He was a handsome fellow. The pups were surrendered to us by a lady in our community that needed help. The pups have been socialized since birth and are very sweet and loving. The pups has been started in crate training and potty training.

The pup will go to the new home current on vaccines,deworming,flea prevention and microchipped. The pup will receive a physical and a certificate of health from our vet before going home. The adopter will receive health records with adoption.

We require a prescreen application to apply. You can get that on our main website at

About Save A Mutt Kennel-VT

About Our Rescue Group...

To obtain dogs & cats from shelters and pounds with high euthanasia rates. We will advocate for that animal in hopes of finding them a new forever home. We will provide the ground work for the pet such as spay/neuter, vaccinations, vet care and basic training.

For more information please see our web site at .

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our animals are fostered in VA and NC. We don't have a physical shelter. Once they are adopted to individual northern homes, we transport them to a location appointed by the adopter. We can give you access to low cost transport.

For more information please see our web site at .

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Fees

Puppies up to 6 months of age Adopt Fee: $300.00

Dogs 6 months-6 years old Adopt Fee $350.00

Senior dogs 7 years and older Adopt Fee $100-$150.00

Please note that adoption fees may vary depending on the dog!


1-Pick the animal you wish to apply for from the Available Animals page on our main web site

2-Submit your completed application from the Application page.

3-Allow at least 48 hours for an emailed confirmation that your application has been received. It may take longer to actually process your application depending on which volunteer is responsible for screening your application.

4-Once you receive confirmation that your application has been accepted you will need to pay the deposit in order to reserve the pet that you choose to adopt.

5-Once we receive your deposit you will need to book transport for the adopted pet via our transporter listed on the Transport page of this website.

6-You are required to pay the remainder of the adoption fee on the Wednesday prior to your pet coming home.

7-You are required to send in your completed adoption contract from the Adoption Contract page of this website. We will need to send the contract to us prior to the pet leaving on transport. The pet will not leave until we have the contract in our hand. The contract can be found on our main website at

What do you get with adoption?

1- All pets will be current on age appropriate vaccinations.

2- All dogs 6 months and older will be heart-worm tested and on prevention.

3- All pets will be current on de-worming.

4- All pets will be treated with flea/tick prevention such as Frontline,Advantix or Advantage or on a combo preventive such as Sentinel or Interceptor that prevents common intestinal parasites, heart worms and fleas.

5- All pets will be micro-chipped.

6- All pets 6 months and older will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption.

7- All pets under 6 months will go with information for the adopter's to check to see if low cost spay/neuter vouchers are available in their area.

8- All pets will receive a comprehensive physical exam by our vet no more than 48 hrs prior to transport.

9- All pets will receive a certificate of health that is provided to the transporter so the pet can legally cross state lines.

10- All pets will go to their new home with their complete vet/health records.

11- You will get the satisfaction of knowing you saved not one but 2 lives. By adopting one of our rescue animals, you make room for the next needy animal who needs our help!

Please take a minute to read this blog titled "Bella Does Math". The blog explains some of the costs a rescue might incur with a rescue animal. Just maybe you will see that our minimal adoption fee is really a VERY GOOD DEAL!