Ruff Ruff! My name is Lilah
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Rescue Group: The Boxer Rescue, Inc.
|Breed:||Boxer||Color:||White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn||Age:||Puppy|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female|
December 8, 2012
Lilah continues to settle in her foster home. She needs work on socialiation and meeting new people. We had enrolled her in a basic obdience class and she attended two classes, but we needed to pull her as she was very reactive towards others dogs. She will need a home that is willing to work with her and a trainer one on one for awhile so that she can learn how to be a dog. Lilah is a very sweet, very persistent little girl that is eager to please and learn. In the right home, she will thrive! She will need a saavy home that is familiar with the breed and familiar with working with a dog that can be reactive.November 17, 2012
Lilah arrived at her foster home today and is settling in nicely. She is your typical Boxer Pup, for of energy and loves to play! She is just the sweetest little girl. She is extremley attentive to her handler and very eager to learn! Please check back soon for updates as we get to know this little bundle of joy!
November 9, 2012
Meet Lilah! a 7 month old, very sweet Boxer girl! She is coming into the program because she is not getting along with the resident female dog in her home, but seems to do well with male dogs. Lilah has shown signs of guarding her toys and food with the resident female dog, so her new home will need to work with her on that. Lilah LOVES her crate and is more than happy to spend a few hours with a Kong, chilling out. She needs work with walking as she will pull on leash a bit, so an easy walk harness (front pull) would be a great tool for this little girl!
When she sees people out and about on walks, she can become distracted and bark and pull, but she is easily redirected with a noise or snap of fingers. Lilah has lots of boxer puppy energy; she will need lots of exercise to get out her energy. She has had only two formal obedience classes, so her new family MUST be willing to attend a 6-8 week obedience class with her. She does know some of her basic puppy commands, but still needs work with jumping. She has no issues with male dogs or strangers.
She is a very sweet, small, friendly boxer who would love lots of attention. Please check back soon for updates as we get to know this sweet little girl in her foster home.