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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Their momma looks a bit like a Boston Terrier, but is much bigger, and we never saw their papa, but I would guess he could have had some Mastiff in him. The pups look like mastiff/ boxer blends, but who knows?
These puppies – all 3 are boys – are robust, handsome, playful, and healthy.
You can take your choice of the 3 – all of them are wonderful, delightful, affectionate, and adorable!
All 3 have beautiful leopard-ish brindle coats and greenish/ blue eyes– they are truly beauties!
We think the largest in the litter will grow to be maybe 55 – 60 pounds and the runt maybe 45 pounds.
Since they were born here (momma was rescued about 2 days before she had her babies), these little dolls have been virtually hand-raised, and it shows in their friendliness to adults, children, and other critters.
These chubby little pups love to play with my other dogs and with my kitties – they make us all laugh at their antics! They can’t quite get used to their size yet, so they tumble and stumble and roll over one another, which makes us laugh out loud at them!
Mastiffs are a wonderful breed – they love being around people and are known to bond closely with his “family.” They are known for having a combination of grandeur and good nature, as well as courage and docility.
Boxers, too, are great companions -- one of the breed's most notable characteristics is their desire for human affection, especially from children. They are patient and spirited with children, but also protective, making them a popular choice for families.
Neither boxers nor mastiffs require much grooming, but they do need daily exercise.
Of course, their adoption covers their neuter, all of their shots including their 3 ”baby shots,” their Bordatella inoculation, and their rabies shot, as well as whatever incidentals they need to be healthy little family buddies.
You might even want to take one of these sweethearts home for a sleepover, so you can see how well he blends with your family and your other pets.
To meet these unusual big fellows and the rest of our other great foster doggies, please call 858-602-2061 or email firstname.lastname@example.org