I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Age: 6 Years
Size: Medium (50 lbs)
Came in: 06/05/09
In Hawaiian "Ohana" means family. It emphasizes that family are bound together and members must cooperate and remember one another.
Ohana wasn't so lucky. Her family abandoned and forgot her.
It amazes us that anyone would leave behind such a wonderful amazing girl. She is lovable, charming and adorable. Who can resist that beautiful mushy boxer face and those soulful eyes?
Ohana is a senior, but as we all know, "senior"%9D is in the eye of the beholder. She may be 6, but she acts two.
Ohana is an amazing dog, she deserves a family that can show her what Ohana means. It means love each other, stick together, and no one gets left behind.
If you're interested in me, please visit our website or e-mail. IF YOU LEAVE A VOICEMAIL MESSAGE IT WILL NOT BE RETURNED FOR SEVERAL DAYS!
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All of our dogs are FAMILY COMPANIONS!
Our adoption requirements are:
• You must be 21 years of age
• All current pets in the household MUST be spayed/neutered and current on shots (yes, we do call and verify this information)
• We do not place female boxers with other female dogs
• Attendance at a professionally run obedience course is a requirement of adoption!
• We do not adopt out dogs as gifts
Our adoption fees are as follows:
Puppies under 6 months old: $250
Dogs and Puppies over 6 months old: $200
Senior dogs over 6 years old: $150
Boxers and Buddies is operated 100% by the help of volunteers.
The volunteers spend their spare time helping dogs in need find new homes. Our volunteers have families, jobs, and dogs on their own that keep them very busy. They help when they can, so please be patient with our volunteers. If we don't get back to you in a timely fashion, don't hesitate to send a reminder email our way and we'll do what we can to get back to you. We do not have a 'shelter'. All dogs in need of homes are either in their surrendering home, a foster home, or at a boarding facility. As much as we want the dogs in rescue to be rehomed as quickly as possible, we all have time and area constraints that can sometimes slow the process down. Please know that we take rehoming dogs very seriously and want to make sure all of the dogs we place go to the right families. That can take time, so again, please be patient.