found a new home!
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I am already neutered, purebred, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Charlie had lived with an unfortunate woman who also had a cat. Both animals were confiscated by animal control because the house where they all lived was condemned. The building was in such deplorable condition it had to be torn down, and the woman was put in an institution.
Poor sweet Charlie had never been out of the house (even for potty breaks). He had no training, nor had he ever been seen by a vet. Charlie had blood in his urine which was caused by an enlarged prostate (he was still intact). He was treated with antibiotics and he was neutered. He also tested positive for Lyme Disease and is currently being treated with medication.
Due to Charlie’s previous living situation, he is somewhat developmentally stunted and is much like a puppy with a clean slate. Everything is new to him such as the grass, dirt, outside sounds etc. Amazingly he does not appear to be frightened by his newly discovered world, he is not shy with people, and is good with other dogs. Charlie is enjoying exploring everything and is soaking up his new nurturing surroundings.
Below is an initial quick update from Charlie’s new foster mom:
“Well -- Charlie is here - he is charming. Loves to give boxer sloppy kisses, and he smiles! He is a big, sweet, gentle dog, who needs lots of love and FOOD. He weighs 56 pounds and could use 15 more. His back bone sticks out, as well as his hips and ribs.
He rides very well in the car, and made friends with his canine foster sister and brother easily. Has not met the cat yet but we don‘t anticipate a problem. He does have a long tail - and you need to be careful of it - it is deadly when it wags……which it now does often.
Road traffic doesn't scare him. He already has a micro chip for identification, and is Heartworm negative. He did have a positive Lyme test, and is still on medication. His lower 4 front teeth are worn down, tops are OK, with a little bit of tarter on all. We'll let you know more as we discover new things about Charlie.”
Can you donate to help Charlie?
You can send a check directly to: Northeastern Boxer Rescue
P.O. Box 95 Sunderland MA 01375. or use PayPal
Boxer Rescue Contact Area:
Northeastern Boxer Rescue
Jane Scott - firstname.lastname@example.org
Pam Fosco - email@example.com