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Boxer puppies and dogs in Connecticut

Looking for a Boxer puppy or dog in Connecticut? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Boxer near you.

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Below are our newest added Boxers available for adoption in Connecticut. To see more adoptable Boxers in Connecticut, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Bama

Boxer

Female, 3 mos
Plainfield, CT
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Bama was a "giveaway" pup from a Walmart parking lot. When people hand out puppies like lollipops, they often end up in bad situations. It's an impulsive thing to take a cute little puppy but as soon as they realize how much work they are, they are disposed of in many different ways. Bama got lucky, she came to us through a friend of the rescue. The people who took her from the parking lot soon realized that she was more than they could handle. They wanted a cute little puppy but not prepared to deal with normal puppy behavior. Anyway, Bama is a little extra special. You see, we took her to the spay/neuter clinic only to find out when we returned to pick her up, that she is a Hermaphrodite. Once they opened her up, they found a testicle and just one ovary. The surgery went fine, she is fully recovered and will have no health ramifications from it. She is as sweet and playful as she can be. We are guessing she is a Boxer mix with maybe a little hound and few other things mixed in! She is crate trained and almost house broken. She uses the pee pads all the time when she is in the house. She's great with kids and as you can see by the video, vey playful with cats. She will be ready for transport beginning of April PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE LOCATED IN TENNESSEE AND YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MEET OUT PETS RPIOR TO ADOPTION! ADOPTION FEE $650
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Bama

Boxer

Female, 3 mos
Greenwich, CT
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Bama was a "giveaway" pup from a Walmart parking lot. When people hand out puppies like lollipops, they often end up in bad situations. It's an impulsive thing to take a cute little puppy but as soon as they realize how much work they are, they are disposed of in many different ways. Bama got lucky, she came to us through a friend of the rescue. The people who took her from the parking lot soon realized that she was more than they could handle. They wanted a cute little puppy but not prepared to deal with normal puppy behavior. Anyway, Bama is a little extra special. You see, we took her to the spay/neuter clinic only to find out when we returned to pick her up, that she is a Hermaphrodite. Once they opened her up, they found a testicle and just one ovary. The surgery went fine, she is fully recovered and will have no health ramifications from it. She is as sweet and playful as she can be. We are guessing she is a Boxer mix with maybe a little hound and few other things mixed in! She is crate trained and almost house broken. She uses the pee pads all the time when she is in the house. She's great with kids and as you can see by the video, vey playful with cats. She will be ready for transport beginning of April PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE LOCATED IN TENNESSEE AND YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MEET OUT PETS RPIOR TO ADOPTION! ADOPTION FEE $650
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Livy and Her Puppies

Boxer

Female, 1 yr 6 mos
Winsted, CT
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Livy, the one and a half year old Boxer who just had five beautiful, female, puppies that are also available for adoption. Livy and her five puppies were saved with just minutes to spare off of a euthanasia list. Thank goodness they were all rescued all thanks to the kindness of some phenomenal, foster homes. If not for foster homes and places to put these dogs, we could not have saved them. They have been in foster care and are now ready to start looking for their forever homes. Livy is about one and a half years old and about 50 pounds. The puppies are approximately 10 weeks old and range in weight from 10 to 15 pounds. They are all spayed and completely vetted. They were raised in loving homes and well socialized and well on their way to being potty trained. Please visit our website at https://sites.google.com/view/muddymoosemutts/home or email pawrescued2016@gmail.com for an application. She and her puppies have adoption fees of $575 each.
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Rae

Boxer/Black Mouth Cur

Female, Puppy
Southbury, CT
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Introducing Rae (aka Radiant)! This sweet little pup is the one of the three girls in the Happy Pups litter. Rae is a beautiful girl with a great personality. She may be one of the littlest pups in her litter, but she’s overflowing with cuteness and love! She loves playing with her littermates with their favorite toys and they all love chasing and wrestling with each other. Rae gets along great with everyone – including every person and dog she meets. But what Rae needs most is a family of her own to give her all the love and attention she deserves. Can you be her furever family? Rae is being fostered in Eatonton, but she will be ready to move on to her furever home soon . Rae’s mom is 55-60 pound mixed breed, possibly Black Mouth Cur and Boxer. Mama Happy is a sweet, loving and social girl. And it seems that Rae shares her mom's personality. Rae will be vetted prior to being adopted – in addition to being spayed, she will be microchipped, and up to date on vaccines, worming, and heartworm prevention. But she will still be just a baby who will need an adopter who will commit the time to house train her, teach her manners, and burn off her puppy energy with play. Adopters will need to be committed to managing normal puppy behavior such as chewing, potty training and leash training. Due to the high level of care and attention a young puppy needs, we will be looking for homes where the pups will not be left alone all day. Our rescue also requires that our adopter's current pets are up-to-date on vaccinations and preventatives. All animals in your household should also be spayed or neutered unless there is a medical reason to keep them from being altered. She is such a perfect puppy! And she’s ready to bring lots of love to her new family. If you are looking for in a new pup who wants to be a big part of your life with endless love, Rae is the right furbaby for you! If you are interested in adopting Rae or one of her littermates, please visit the link below to fill out an application! It is best to submit an application through a computer. We have experienced some problems when applications have been submitted using a mobile device. When you submit the application, you are not obligated to adopt; however, it does put you in the queue for the puppy that you are interested in. To expedite the process, please make sure that you complete the application entirely – listing the names and phone numbers for your references (personal as well as vet and landlord, if applicable) and letting them know that we will be calling. Please contact us if you have any questions, we’d love to help out! http://fureverafterrescue.org/adoption-application.html
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Andy

Boxer

Male, 6 yrs
Wethersfield, CT
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
Story
Name: Andy Nicknames: Andrew (in your sternest, most serious parent voice) Sex: Male Breed: Boxer Age: 6 years Weight: 60 lbs. Before OMD: Found himself (as a stray) at the city shelter with a large, uncomfortable growth hanging off his back end. We picked him up from the shelter, got him straight to our vet, and had the growth removed and biopsied which came back as benign! Energy level: Intermittent high. He’ll play fetch until your arms fall off, is always up for a game of tug, and will walk forever. He’s also thrilled when it’s time to relax and he’ll cozy up to you on the couch. Descriptors: Bouncy. Wiggly. Snorty. Playful. Snuggly. Friendly. Clingy. Moonlights as: A soulful lounge singer! He loves to show off his vocal range when he needs to go outside, wants a snack, wants inside, wants your attention, or wants anything for that matter. Velcro level: Off the charts. He loves to rest his head in your lap whenever he gets the chance and will nudge you for pets. If someone gives him an ounce of attention, he’s already planning the wedding and ready to ride off in the sunset together. His favorite things: People. Dogs. Mealtime. Treats. Toys. Chasing squirrels/birds/neighborhood cats. Pulling every single toy out of the toy basket. Saying hello to all the people. Doesn’t love: Being home alone; away from his people. Guilty of: Frequent, audible flatulence. What makes us laugh: Have you ever almost run into something while walking and looking down at your phone? Well, that’s Andy during a walk, except he doesn’t have a phone. He just looks one way and walks the other and that sometimes results in running into a tree, fence, the person walking him, etc. Also: when he is “woo wooing” his paws come off the ground ever so slightly. Knows: Sit. Working on Leave It command. Working on: Four on the floor. Walking in a straighter line and pulling less while on leash. Not counter surfing, but tbh he’s not really working on this one, so the humans will need to be vigilant. Dogs: He’d be thrilled with another dog friend to play with. Currently fostered with a female Boxer. Cats: Unknown. Kids: Sturdy ones due to his jumping. House-trained: Yes, but will sometimes have accidents when home alone and/or crated. Crate-trained: Work in progress. He is definitely not a fan and will let you know, but we are working on positive association. Andy is neutered, vaccinated, heartworm negative, and microchipped. He is available for adoption to residents of CT and surrounding states. If you are interested in adopting, please complete an application from omdrescue.org.
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June

Boxer/Hound (Unknown Type)

Female, Young
Bloomfield, CT
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained,
Story
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Boxer shelters & rescues in Connecticut

There are animal shelters and rescues that focus specifically on finding great homes for Boxer puppies in Connecticut. Browse these Boxer rescues and shelters below.

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Dogs In Harmony - Plainfield, CT

Plainfield , CT 06374

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Ozark Homeward Bound CT Extension

Plainfield , CT 06374

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Ozark Homeward Bound CT Extension

Plainfield , CT 06374

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Critter Cavalry Rescue New England - CT

Andover , CT 06232

Pet Types: dogs

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Critter Cavalry Rescue New England - CT

Andover , CT 06232

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Whitey's Only Wish Rescue inc

Coventry , CT 06238

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KEG Animal Rescue - CT

Glastonbury , CT 06033

Pet Types: dogs

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Our Companions Animal Rescue

P.O. Box 956, Manchester , CT 06045

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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