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Boxer puppies and dogs in Plant City, Florida

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These Boxers are available in Plant City, Florida.
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Kelsey

Boxer Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Plant City, FL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
If you are interested in meeting this pet, the first step is to complete the application on our website at https://www.rainingcatsanddogsshelter.com/adoption. Our adoption coordinator will reach out to you by email so please check your email for updates. We do meet & greets at our shelter by appointment only - we do not take walk-ins.

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These Boxers are available for adoption close to Plant City, Florida.
We'll also keep you updated on Captain F23-025's adoption status with email updates.
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Captain F23-025

Boxer

Male, Young
Central & West Florida, FL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Contact: Joanne/Alisa4/6/2024 - 3 y/o, 61 lbs. Bio:   I am 3 years old , full of energy, very lovable once I get to know you. A little insecure and over protective at times but working on that with my foster parents. Get along with my foster sister but not sure about other dogs or other animals. I get a lil anxious when I'm left alone. I will do better with older children and other people with proper introduction. Still working on being house train and crate train, but doing better. Evaluation Hold: 12/3/2023 - Captain is under our mandatory evaluation period, and is not available for adoption at this time. The foster home will have the opportunity to adopt once the evaluation period is complete.  If you would like to be a back-up applicant for Captain, please complete an application at:   http://flbr.org/application-form/.  Please also take a look at his available boxer friends as we get to know him better. May 26, 2024, 2:29 pm
We'll also keep you updated on Marlee F24-015's adoption status with email updates.
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Marlee F24-015

Boxer

Male, Adult
Central & West Florida, FL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Contact: SandraBONDED PAIR WITH NORAH 5/24/2024 -  Meet our bonded, boxer pair, Norah, 4 yo (5 in June), and Marlee, 5yo. Norah and Marlee came into rescue by owner surrender.  Norah and Marlee share the same father but different mothers and they are 6 months apart in age.  They have only ever been with one another, and they cannot be separated, however having both of them really is the same as having one pup.  They are each other’s ying and yang.  Where one goes, the other follows and when one eats, the other eats.  When one goes to bed, the other one goes to bed too.  And they do, in fact, put themselves to bed...in YOUR bed.  Both Norah and Marlee are great with children of all ages and with other dogs of all sizes.  The foster family has two children, ages 8 and 11, and a 10-year-old French Bulldog and they have done very well in the home.  Norah and Marlee would do well in a home with other dogs.  Cats are unknown.  Norah and Marlee are also submissive and perfectly ok with not being the alpha of the pack.  They do well with children but know that Boxers like to box when they play so care needs to be taken with small children that aren’t familiar with the way 70-pound boxers play. Norah loves toys and loves to play with them.  She will dig down to the very bottom of the toy basket just to find her favorite toy…which is the always the toy at the bottom of the basket.  She gives great boxer hugs, and she thinks she’s a lap dog.  She will crawl up on your lap and steal all the pets that you’re willing to give her.  Marlee has mastered the “Boxer Lean” and will steal any of the leftover pets that weren’t given to Norah.  Marlee loves to box when he plays.  He will also place his paw on you ever so gently when he wants attention and welcomes you with the best wiggle butt action any time you walk in the door.  He’s a late riser in the mornings and loves his beauty sleep.  Their favorite activity is lounging around and holding the couch down so it doesn’t blow away.  They both love to be with their humans and love to play when they get their spurts of energy.  Norah and Marlee are the best snugglers and cuddlers and they really are the most chill boxers.   Norah can be a little nervous in new surroundings, especially when Marlee is not around.  With some positive reinforcement and lots of rewards, she becomes more trusting rather quickly.  Marlee likes to rummage through the bathroom trash can when he gets bored.  With keeping more toys out and closing the bathroom door, the issue is easily resolved.  The foster family has been working with them on manners, especially at the kitchen table during dinner time.  While they’re not thrilled, Norah and Marlee are now getting the hint that the food on the kitchen table is only for humans and not for them.    Both Boxers are potty trained.  They will go to the back door and wait patiently to be let out.  They have their potty routine down and they are like clockwork.  Basic commands of sit, stay and down are known.  They will even give the occasional “paw”.  Norah and Marlee don’t mind baths, nail trims, ear cleanings as long as they’re followed up with lots of pets and cuddles.  They love to go on walks and take in all the sights and smells.  Marlee is awesome on the leash.  Norah pulls slightly but has been making great progress to ease up while on walks with her foster family.  They have gone on many car rides, which they truly love, and have taken numerous trips to Pet Supermarket where they were treated like celebrities, and they loved every moment of it.  It is unknown if they are crate trained.  While living with their foster family, they are kept in the living room while they’re home alone and they are found in the same spot they were left in when the family comes home.    Norah and Marlee are in overall good health.  No fleas, ticks and tested negative for heartworm.  Both are updated on vaccines including Bordetella.  Marlee has sensitive skin and will need to be kept on allergy medication (Apoquel or Cytopoint injections) throughout his lifetime.  The cost for this medication can be anywhere from $135 - $165 per month.  Allergies can also be managed with oatmeal baths and a good diet but it’s best to plan on a consistent allergy medication regimen to help Marlee feel at his best.    Norah and Marlee would do great in any type of home.  They have both mastered the stairs so a multi-level home would be okay for them.  If you have a pool, Norah loves to get in it, but she cannot swim.  She just loves to sit on the sundeck or be held in the water.  Marlee wants nothing to do with a pool, or at least he has not shown any interest while staying with his foster family.  A fenced yard IS required for their safety as they love to run around and play.  A shared-walled living situation would be okay for them as they are overall quiet dogs unless they’re announcing the arrival of the lawn service or the postal service.  Norah and Marlee are people’s Boxers; they would love to go anywhere and everywhere with their family.  They would thrive in an overall active home where all family members would be involved in their everyday care and attention. They are overall happy, playful pups who thrive with a routine.  Norah and Marlee are very eager to please, love to be snuggled and cuddled, and just want to be around their family at all times! They are just the sweetest!   If you feel like your family might be the perfect forever home for both Norah and Marlee, please submit an adoption application for them today. Evaluation Hold - 5/15/2024 - Marlee is under our mandatory evaluation period, and is not available for adoption at this time. The foster home will have the opportunity to adopt once the evaluation period is complete.  If you would like to be a back-up applicant for Marlee, please complete an application at:   http://flbr.org/application-form/.  Please also take a look at her available boxer friends as we get to know her better.  May 26, 2024, 2:29 pm
We'll also keep you updated on Norah F24-014's adoption status with email updates.
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Norah F24-014

Boxer

Female, Adult
Central & West Florida, FL
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Contact: SandraBONDED PAIR WITH MARLEE 5/24/2024 -  Meet our bonded, boxer pair, Norah, 4 yo (5 in June), and Marlee, 5yo. Norah and Marlee came into rescue by owner surrender.  Norah and Marlee share the same father but different mothers and they are 6 months apart in age.  They have only ever been with one another, and they cannot be separated, however having both of them really is the same as having one pup.  They are each other’s ying and yang.  Where one goes, the other follows and when one eats, the other eats.  When one goes to bed, the other one goes to bed too.  And they do, in fact, put themselves to bed...in YOUR bed.  Both Norah and Marlee are great with children of all ages and with other dogs of all sizes.  The foster family has two children, ages 8 and 11, and a 10-year-old French Bulldog and they have done very well in the home.  Norah and Marlee would do well in a home with other dogs.  Cats are unknown.  Norah and Marlee are also submissive and perfectly ok with not being the alpha of the pack.  They do well with children but know that Boxers like to box when they play so care needs to be taken with small children that aren’t familiar with the way 70-pound boxers play. Norah loves toys and loves to play with them.  She will dig down to the very bottom of the toy basket just to find her favorite toy…which is the always the toy at the bottom of the basket.  She gives great boxer hugs, and she thinks she’s a lap dog.  She will crawl up on your lap and steal all the pets that you’re willing to give her.  Marlee has mastered the “Boxer Lean” and will steal any of the leftover pets that weren’t given to Norah.  Marlee loves to box when he plays.  He will also place his paw on you ever so gently when he wants attention and welcomes you with the best wiggle butt action any time you walk in the door.  He’s a late riser in the mornings and loves his beauty sleep.  Their favorite activity is lounging around and holding the couch down so it doesn’t blow away.  They both love to be with their humans and love to play when they get their spurts of energy.  Norah and Marlee are the best snugglers and cuddlers and they really are the most chill boxers.   Norah can be a little nervous in new surroundings, especially when Marlee is not around.  With some positive reinforcement and lots of rewards, she becomes more trusting rather quickly.  Marlee likes to rummage through the bathroom trash can when he gets bored.  With keeping more toys out and closing the bathroom door, the issue is easily resolved.  The foster family has been working with them on manners, especially at the kitchen table during dinner time.  While they’re not thrilled, Norah and Marlee are now getting the hint that the food on the kitchen table is only for humans and not for them.    Both Boxers are potty trained.  They will go to the back door and wait patiently to be let out.  They have their potty routine down and they are like clockwork.  Basic commands of sit, stay and down are known.  They will even give the occasional “paw”.  Norah and Marlee don’t mind baths, nail trims, ear cleanings as long as they’re followed up with lots of pets and cuddles.  They love to go on walks and take in all the sights and smells.  Marlee is awesome on the leash.  Norah pulls slightly but has been making great progress to ease up while on walks with her foster family.  They have gone on many car rides, which they truly love, and have taken numerous trips to Pet Supermarket where they were treated like celebrities, and they loved every moment of it.  It is unknown if they are crate trained.  While living with their foster family, they are kept in the living room while they’re home alone and they are found in the same spot they were left in when the family comes home.    Norah and Marlee are in overall good health.  No fleas, ticks and tested negative for heartworm.  Both are updated on vaccines including Bordetella.  Marlee has sensitive skin and will need to be kept on allergy medication (Apoquel or Cytopoint injections) throughout his lifetime.  The cost for this medication can be anywhere from $135 - $165 per month.  Allergies can also be managed with oatmeal baths and a good diet but it’s best to plan on a consistent allergy medication regimen to help Marlee feel at his best.    Norah and Marlee would do great in any type of home.  They have both mastered the stairs so a multi-level home would be okay for them.  If you have a pool, Norah loves to get in it, but she cannot swim.  She just loves to sit on the sundeck or be held in the water.  Marlee wants nothing to do with a pool, or at least he has not shown any interest while staying with his foster family.  A fenced yard IS required for their safety as they love to run around and play.  A shared-walled living situation would be okay for them as they are overall quiet dogs unless they’re announcing the arrival of the lawn service or the postal service.  Norah and Marlee are people’s Boxers; they would love to go anywhere and everywhere with their family.  They would thrive in an overall active home where all family members would be involved in their everyday care and attention. They are overall happy, playful pups who thrive with a routine.  Norah and Marlee are very eager to please, love to be snuggled and cuddled, and just want to be around their family at all times! They are just the sweetest!   If you feel like your family might be the perfect forever home for both Norah and Marlee, please submit an adoption application for them today. Evaluation Hold - 5/15/2024 - Norah is under our mandatory evaluation period, and is not available for adoption at this time. The foster home will have the opportunity to adopt once the evaluation period is complete.  If you would like to be a back-up applicant for Norah, please complete an application at:   http://flbr.org/application-form/.  Please also take a look at her available boxer friends as we get to know her better.  May 26, 2024, 2:29 pm
We'll also keep you updated on Chester's adoption status with email updates.
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Chester

Boxer Mixed Breed (Large)

Male, 7 yrs 9 mos
Lakeland, FL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Woof! Chester here but let's be clear: I wasn't named after Gunsmoke's Marshall Dillon's sidekick Chester, who had a pronounced limp. My all fours are just fine, even though I'm middle-aged at seven years. I'm an indoor dog who luvs humans and anything chewy. I still exhibit puppy behavior such as high energy, intelligence, and luv when balls and tug ropes litter the landscape. In between frenzies of play, let's enjoy a cuddlethon- pet me all over my 54-pound bod- before I zone out in my crate or hopefully, your bed. My previous owners mentioned I'm like Velcro- want to be glued to your side all the time. Before I was put up for adoption, the pawsome medical folks here treated me for an anal glands issue but all is OK now with my butt. Not a fan of thunderstorms but the rainy season is winding down so we'll deal with that next summer. So I'm waiting for you to stop by spcaflorida so we can get to know each other.
We'll also keep you updated on Simba's adoption status with email updates.
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Simba

Boxer American Staffordshire Terrier

Male, 4 yrs
Lakeland, FL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
I know, I know. My name Simba, is Swahili for "lion." While I don't have the shape or markings of the king of beasts, I do have the edge when it comes to living with humans. I luv water so if you have a pond, pool or garden hose, I'm there. I have the oomph to splash around and play in water. So, unlike many canines, I'll bond with you at bath time. Farm critters and I don't see eye to eye but felines are OK, but not as roomies. Please let me be your one and only four-footed dog and I'll be your loyal protector. It's been said my legs are like pogo sticks since I'm an accomplished fence scaler. Just sayin'. It takes me time to warm up to strangers. I hide until I feel comfortable with them. I luv to talk so let's have a one-on-one to get acquainted. Let's arrange a playdate before you adopt me into my furever home. See you soon!
We'll also keep you updated on Copper's adoption status with email updates.
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Copper

Boxer Pit Bull Terrier

Male, 2 yrs 6 mos
Riverview, FL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Stormy

Pit Bull Terrier Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Plant City, FL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
If you are interested in meeting this pet, the first step is to complete the application on our website at https://www.rainingcatsanddogsshelter.com/adoption. Our adoption coordinator will reach out to you by email so please check your email for updates. We do meet & greets at our shelter by appointment only - we do not take walk-ins.
We'll also keep you updated on Betty's adoption status with email updates.
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Betty

American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Senior
Plant City, FL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Sweet, Shy Betty was found in a ditch in a Strawberry Patch in January 2022. She was very thin, was covered in fleas and loaded with worms. Betty is healthy, heartworm negative and is now fully up to date with vaccinations. Betty is a timid lady, she requires some time to decompress in a home. We have been working with her and she has done wonderful in her foster - really coming out of her shell. She is still a little afraid of new things but walks well on a leash with proper equipment, is crate trained and housebroken. Betty is 9 years old and 55lbs. *She will need a secure, fully fenced yard* We recommend no kitties for her and no other dogs. Betty attended obedience classes and learned how to sit / stay. Located Tampa, FL ~ Adoption fee $200 Apply at www.secondchancefriends.org
We'll also keep you updated on Ralph's adoption status with email updates.
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Ralph

American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Senior
Plant City, FL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Have you ever wanted to live with a parkour enthusiast? Like the sounds of an amateur stalker who still gives you space for whatever you're doing? Don't believe a dog can bark with his whole body? Do we have the ginger boy for you. Ralph loves making new people friends, but wants to be the only fur baby in your life. He is potty / crate trained and knows all of his basic commands. This boy is a people pleaser who is happiest while learning new things you teach him. Ralph loves his balls and stuffies and wants a furever partner who will dedicate time to play with him every day. Ralph insists on playing with older children as his zoomies can sometimes be mistaken for an out-of-control ballistic missle. He loves bacon and understands it might take an eight-hour day to bring some home. That's why he is non-destructive and completely comfortable spending time in his crate. Over the last six months, Ralph has improved his daily stroll around the neighborhood but would like to spend more time working with you on his pulling on leash. Ralph is also a busy guy who would prefer that you manage his toy collection to avoid any issues with guarding or overstimulation. His heart is so full (of worms) but treatment will be finished this fall. If Ralph sounds like the pawfect partner for you or your family, act now because supplies are limited. Submit an application to adopt today! Located - Tampa FL Apply at www.secondchancefriends.org

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Raining Cats and Dogs Shelter

2708 E State Road 60, Plant City, FL 33567

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Florida Boxer Rescue

Central & West Florida, FL 33584

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Florida Boxer Rescue

Central & West Florida, FL 33584

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10.3 miles

Florida Boxer Rescue

Central & West Florida, FL 33584

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12.1 miles

SPCA Florida

5850 Brannen Road S, Lakeland, FL 33813

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SPCA Florida

5850 Brannen Road S, Lakeland, FL 33813

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14.8 miles

Howling Hounds Sanctuary Rescue Inc

Lovers Ln, Riverview, FL 33579

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Howling Hounds Sanctuary Rescue Inc

Lovers Ln, Riverview, FL 33579

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Howling Hounds Sanctuary Rescue Inc

Lovers Ln, Riverview, FL 33579

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Oasis Pet Rescue

779 Lauren Court, Bartow, FL 33830

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