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Boxer puppies and dogs in Danville, Indiana

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Scott

Boxer

Male, Adult
Fishers, IN
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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Neo (in foster)

Boxer

Male, Adult
Fishers, IN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Have you been looking for a pup to laugh with you, cry with you, and most importantly cheer you up during your worst moments? Well not to toot my own horn but I would make the perfect man for the job! Hi, I'm Neo and I've been waiting to find the human who compliments me the best. I am only two, but so far I have been rehomed at least once and then most recently I was found as a stray. While I have enjoyed the new digs here at HSHC, I think it's about time I graduate from a kennel into a forever home. I've quickly become a staff favorite, and many have said I have the softest fur in the universe, that I have the absolute best snuggles you've ever had, and that I provide constant companionship whenever it is needed. I guess you could consider me the staff therapy pup. I love to run around and be goofy but I also can settle down nicely and chill on the couch with you for hours. I'm not just looking for a new family, I'm looking for a new best friend, companion and someone to count on for the rest of my days. Do you think your the one for me?
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Flapjack

Boxer Mastiff

Male, 2 yrs
Nobleville, IN
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Flapjack! Looking for a forever furry friend? Meet Flapjack, a delightful 2-year-old boxer/mastiff mix weighing 60lbs, ready to steal your heart! Flapjack is a social butterfly who adores meeting new people and enjoys their company. He's great with kids and dogs, though he's uncertain about cats. While he may be a bit exuberant and prone to jumping in excitement, a standard tall fence will keep him safe and sound. Flapjack is up to date on all vaccinations and neutered. He's a playful pup who thrives with larger canine companions and loves spending time with children. If you're ready to open your heart and home to Flapjack, please reach out to us for more information or to arrange a meet-and-greet. Let's make Flapjack a permanent part of your family and give him the love and care he deserves!
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Izzy

Boxer American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Westfield, IN
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
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Story
This beautiful estimated 2 year old pittie mix just needs love and a home. Her foster family has been her saving grace. They've made a list of what she loves... Sleeping on fuzzy blankets/pillows Balls. We figured this out when she found a dryer ball and played with it! Loves to eat ice Walks, does well on leash Laying on the sofa... and chairs Cuddles, she's very affectionate They also say that she is potty trained and is crate trained. She's smart and learns quickly. She is good with other dogs and kids. NO CATS
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Peaches

Boxer Greyhound

Female, 9 yrs 5 mos
Tipton, IN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet sweet Peaches! She is sweet as peaches! Peaches is believed to be 6 to 8 years old and a Greyhound/Boxer pit bull mix. She is amazing. She loves every human she meets, big and small. She is an amazing athlete. Peaches enjoys agility, the outdoors, and runs. But when home, she's the biggest coach potato. She's the best of both worlds. Peaches is very athletic - she can leap a 10-foot wall if she wanted to but she doesn't so long as she has her people who love her. Peaches has been around kids as young as newborns and many special needs kids of all ages and she loves them all. She is a no-go with cats or any small critter but ok with bird flock, and good with dogs too. or she can be an only fur pup as long as there is someone with her for her most of the time. Peaches' biggest fear is rumbles in the sky so when it's thundering we do not allow her outdoors unsupervised just in case she panics. Sweet Peaches is house and crate trained, not destructive, loves toys and is very food motivated. She loves adventures, big and small. She loves food. Peaches does not need to be crated but does so ok. She enjoys hikes, swimming, boating, really anything indoors or outdoors as long as she gets to be with her people. Agility is her all-time favorite but again must be done with her people. Truly being with and pleasing her humans is her favorite thing in the world. Peaches is house and crate trained, up to date on all appropriate core vaccines including lepto, rabies, de wormed, fecal tested negative, micro-chipped, neutered, and on monthly heart-worm flea/tick prevention. Updated: 4/11/2023 www.animalhousesanctuary.org We believe training is an ongoing process that needs to be worked on daily. New issues that arise, need to be addressed and/or rewarded. Understanding that continued training is a lifetime commitment, is very important. Out-of-state adopters are welcome at the adopter's expense. Meet & Greets are a required before proceeding with an adoption. We DO NOT ship any of our pets.
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Peace Out

Boxer Boston Terrier

Female, 2 yrs 6 mos
Tipton, IN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Peace Out!!! This girl is 2 years old and weighs about 40 pounds. She could be a Boston Terrier/ Pug/Lab/Hound/pointer pity mix. Honestly, your guess is as good as ours. She has the hound, the terrier, and the lab as she loves water, is sporty as a pointer, and the boxer love wiggles snout and has a loving personality. She is always up to something, waits for no one and her wiggle butt goes a million miles a minute. She loves her doggie foster siblings in her foster home. This girl is all about play and fun, fun, fun but also very sweet and mellow until you put her in a group and she is spunky, happy, playful, and always something to explore. She is a lonely soul and easily impressed by other dogs which makes her a follower and easily influenced by other dogs. Put her in the wrong group and it gets her in trouble. Almost like she seeks approval and does things that she sees others do as if that makes her cool. If the pack is quiet she is up to something. Why I have partnered her with Maddie and the more mature dogs who are more of a positive role model or at least won't add to her troubles? On her own, she is quiet, reserved, and unsure, but add her to a group of dogs and she is the life of the party. She is bossy, on the go, an explorer, and will try anything and everything. Always ready for whatever as long as it's fun and even better if it's something she's not to be doing. She will try to push boundaries just to make sure her people can step up their game. I swear she is the dog version of Dennis the Mannis. She loves swimming in the mud and stealing all the toys and hiding them. She can be super boring and dramatic when it involves something she couldn't care less for like bath time, practicing basic training, having to work for treats, photo shoots or not being included in play groups. Peace Out needs dogs to be happy so a home with another pup or 4 is a must. She does well with cats too, especially if they are willing to wrestle with her. Peace Out is pretty even energy as well as even-tempered. But if you currently have a troubled child you will be adding to it as Peace Out is just that. Unless she has a more mannered pup to mimic. Peace Out rides well in cars but needs a dog for comfort. She's quite the adventure pup once in her comfort zone. Peace Out will need a home with puppy-raising experienced adopters. An active, patient home that will continue her training. A nice fenced-in yard as well. Daily walks and plenty of exercises physically and mentally while having fun is the key. She just loves to be out and about experiencing the world. Peace Out is not hyper just boards easily. So basically this girl is sweet and the pain in your ass who you will love life with because she makes the best sidekick in life. Peace Out is house and crate trained, up to date on all appropriate core vaccines including lepto, rabies, dewormed, fecal tested negative, microchipped, neutered, and on monthly heartworm flea/tick prevention. FREE TRAINING FRESHERS and lifetime support from us. Updated: 7/1/2023 www.animalhousesanctuary.org We believe training is an ongoing process that needs to be worked on daily. New issues that arise, need to be addressed and/or rewarded. Understanding that continued training is a lifetime commitment, is very important. Out-of-state adopters are welcome at the adopter's expense. Meet & Greets are required before proceeding with an adoption. We DO NOT ship any of our pets.

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Boxer shelters & rescues in Danville, Indiana

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Rescue

15.7 miles

Waldo's Muttley Crew

P.O. Box 421798, Indianapolis, IN 46242

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

17 miles

Indianapolis Animal Care Services

2600 S Harding St, Indianapolis, IN 46221

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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17 miles

Indianapolis Animal Care Services

2600 S Harding St, Indianapolis, IN 46221

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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17 miles

Indianapolis Animal Care Services

2600 S Harding St, Indianapolis, IN 46221

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Shelter

17 miles

Indianapolis Animal Care Services

2600 S Harding St, Indianapolis, IN 46221

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Rescue

17.5 miles

S.O.A.R. Initiative, Inc.

4025 W 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46222

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

18.8 miles

IndyHumane

7929 N. Michigan Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46268

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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18.8 miles

IndyHumane

7929 N. Michigan Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46268

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18.8 miles

IndyHumane

7929 N. Michigan Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46268

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

18.8 miles

IndyHumane

7929 N. Michigan Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46268

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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