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Boxer puppies and dogs in Quincy, Massachusetts

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We'll also keep you updated on DUNKAROO's adoption status with email updates.
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DUNKAROO

Boxer

Female, 1 yr
Boston, MA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Dunkaroo!This dog came to us from a large group of dogs surrendered from a single property and we are looking for really special families for these dogs. Their life up to this point has been anything but normal and they’re going to need experienced, dedicated people to help them catch up on all the experiences that they have missed! These dogs love other dogs and take a lot of comfort from their company. With this in mind, we plan to prioritize families that can provide a home with a stable adult dog to help our new friends learn how to be a dog and feel reassured by their company. These dogs also have no experience walking on leash, nor have they seen most of the world. Families will need to be able to provide a secure outdoor space at home that won’t rely on leash walks initially for their exercise and potty breaks. Keeping their worlds small to start will help them get comfortable and adjust. Very young kids are likely to be too overwhelming for most of these dogs, but we know every child is an individual. Some of these pups can live with kids who are able to give the dogs the space they need to adjust. Toddlers or kids who have a hard time giving space will likely be too much for them. Most importantly, we are looking for families who are patient and dedicated. These dogs have a long road ahead of them with house training, leash walking and just general life but they have so much love to give. We are looking for folks who are ready to step up and put in a lot of work to get them where they need to be.If you think this dog could be a good match for your home and would like to learn more, stop by our Boston Adoption Center. These dogs will not be available for viewing and interested adopters will work with a matchmaker on site. We have open adoption hours Tuesday-Sunday from 12pm-3pm – no appointment needed to speak to a staff person regarding available dogs. Preparing your home for your new dog or puppy ahead of time can help ease the transition for your new pet and set you both up for success should there be a dog that’s a good match! To learn more about how to make the first few weeks with your new dog or puppy the most successful it can be, please visit www.mspca.org/petresources. For more information on our adoption process, please visit https://www.mspca.org/adoption-centers/how-to-adopt/ Please note, in an effort to keep the stress levels reduced for the dogs in our care, our dog kenne
We'll also keep you updated on TAKIS's adoption status with email updates.
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TAKIS

Boxer

Male, 3 yrs
Boston, MA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Takis!This dog came to us from a large group of dogs surrendered from a single property and we are looking for really special families for these dogs. Their life up to this point has been anything but normal and they’re going to need experienced, dedicated people to help them catch up on all the experiences that they have missed! These dogs love other dogs and take a lot of comfort from their company. With this in mind, we plan to prioritize families that can provide a home with a stable adult dog to help our new friends learn how to be a dog and feel reassured by their company. These dogs also have no experience walking on leash, nor have they seen most of the world. Families will need to be able to provide a secure outdoor space at home that won’t rely on leash walks initially for their exercise and potty breaks. Keeping their worlds small to start will help them get comfortable and adjust. Very young kids are likely to be too overwhelming for most of these dogs, but we know every child is an individual. Some of these pups can live with kids who are able to give the dogs the space they need to adjust. Toddlers or kids who have a hard time giving space will likely be too much for them. Most importantly, we are looking for families who are patient and dedicated. These dogs have a long road ahead of them with house training, leash walking and just general life but they have so much love to give. We are looking for folks who are ready to step up and put in a lot of work to get them where they need to be.If you think this dog could be a good match for your home and would like to learn more, stop by our Boston Adoption Center. These dogs will not be available for viewing and interested adopters will work with a matchmaker on site. We have open adoption hours Tuesday-Sunday from 12pm-3pm – no appointment needed to speak to a staff person regarding available dogs. Preparing your home for your new dog or puppy ahead of time can help ease the transition for your new pet and set you both up for success should there be a dog that’s a good match! To learn more about how to make the first few weeks with your new dog or puppy the most successful it can be, please visit www.mspca.org/petresources. For more information on our adoption process, please visit https://www.mspca.org/adoption-centers/how-to-adopt/ Please note, in an effort to keep the stress levels reduced for the dogs in our care, our dog kennel a
We'll also keep you updated on NECCO's adoption status with email updates.
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NECCO

Boxer

Female, 6 mos
Boston, MA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Necco!This dog came to us from a large group of dogs surrendered from a single property and we are looking for really special families for these dogs. Their life up to this point has been anything but normal and they’re going to need experienced, dedicated people to help them catch up on all the experiences that they have missed! These dogs love other dogs and take a lot of comfort from their company. With this in mind, we plan to prioritize families that can provide a home with a stable adult dog to help our new friends learn how to be a dog and feel reassured by their company. These dogs also have no experience walking on leash, nor have they seen most of the world. Families will need to be able to provide a secure outdoor space at home that won’t rely on leash walks initially for their exercise and potty breaks. Keeping their worlds small to start will help them get comfortable and adjust. Very young kids are likely to be too overwhelming for most of these dogs, but we know every child is an individual. Some of these pups can live with kids who are able to give the dogs the space they need to adjust. Toddlers or kids who have a hard time giving space will likely be too much for them. Most importantly, we are looking for families who are patient and dedicated. These dogs have a long road ahead of them with house training, leash walking and just general life but they have so much love to give. We are looking for folks who are ready to step up and put in a lot of work to get them where they need to be.If you think this dog could be a good match for your home and would like to learn more, stop by our Boston Adoption Center. These dogs will not be available for viewing and interested adopters will work with a matchmaker on site. We have open adoption hours Tuesday-Sunday from 12pm-3pm – no appointment needed to speak to a staff person regarding available dogs. Preparing your home for your new dog or puppy ahead of time can help ease the transition for your new pet and set you both up for success should there be a dog that’s a good match! To learn more about how to make the first few weeks with your new dog or puppy the most successful it can be, please visit www.mspca.org/petresources. For more information on our adoption process, please visit https://www.mspca.org/adoption-centers/how-to-adopt/ Please note, in an effort to keep the stress levels reduced for the dogs in our care, our dog kennel a
We'll also keep you updated on TOTINO's adoption status with email updates.
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TOTINO

Boxer

Female, 6 mos
Boston, MA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Totino!This dog came to us from a large group of dogs surrendered from a single property and we are looking for really special families for these dogs. Their life up to this point has been anything but normal and they’re going to need experienced, dedicated people to help them catch up on all the experiences that they have missed! These dogs love other dogs and take a lot of comfort from their company. With this in mind, we plan to prioritize families that can provide a home with a stable adult dog to help our new friends learn how to be a dog and feel reassured by their company. These dogs also have no experience walking on leash, nor have they seen most of the world. Families will need to be able to provide a secure outdoor space at home that won’t rely on leash walks initially for their exercise and potty breaks. Keeping their worlds small to start will help them get comfortable and adjust. Very young kids are likely to be too overwhelming for most of these dogs, but we know every child is an individual. Some of these pups can live with kids who are able to give the dogs the space they need to adjust. Toddlers or kids who have a hard time giving space will likely be too much for them. Most importantly, we are looking for families who are patient and dedicated. These dogs have a long road ahead of them with house training, leash walking and just general life but they have so much love to give. We are looking for folks who are ready to step up and put in a lot of work to get them where they need to be.If you think this dog could be a good match for your home and would like to learn more, stop by our Boston Adoption Center. These dogs will not be available for viewing and interested adopters will work with a matchmaker on site. We have open adoption hours Tuesday-Sunday from 12pm-3pm – no appointment needed to speak to a staff person regarding available dogs. Preparing your home for your new dog or puppy ahead of time can help ease the transition for your new pet and set you both up for success should there be a dog that’s a good match! To learn more about how to make the first few weeks with your new dog or puppy the most successful it can be, please visit www.mspca.org/petresources. For more information on our adoption process, please visit https://www.mspca.org/adoption-centers/how-to-adopt/ Please note, in an effort to keep the stress levels reduced for the dogs in our care, our dog kennel
We'll also keep you updated on JUNIOR MINT's adoption status with email updates.
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JUNIOR MINT

Boxer

Male, 6 mos
Boston, MA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Junior Mint!This dog came to us from a large group of dogs surrendered from a single property and we are looking for really special families for these dogs. Their life up to this point has been anything but normal and they’re going to need experienced, dedicated people to help them catch up on all the experiences that they have missed! These dogs love other dogs and take a lot of comfort from their company. With this in mind, we plan to prioritize families that can provide a home with a stable adult dog to help our new friends learn how to be a dog and feel reassured by their company. These dogs also have no experience walking on leash, nor have they seen most of the world. Families will need to be able to provide a secure outdoor space at home that won’t rely on leash walks initially for their exercise and potty breaks. Keeping their worlds small to start will help them get comfortable and adjust. Very young kids are likely to be too overwhelming for most of these dogs, but we know every child is an individual. Some of these pups can live with kids who are able to give the dogs the space they need to adjust. Toddlers or kids who have a hard time giving space will likely be too much for them. Most importantly, we are looking for families who are patient and dedicated. These dogs have a long road ahead of them with house training, leash walking and just general life but they have so much love to give. We are looking for folks who are ready to step up and put in a lot of work to get them where they need to be.If you think this dog could be a good match for your home and would like to learn more, stop by our Boston Adoption Center. These dogs will not be available for viewing and interested adopters will work with a matchmaker on site. We have open adoption hours Tuesday-Sunday from 12pm-3pm – no appointment needed to speak to a staff person regarding available dogs. Preparing your home for your new dog or puppy ahead of time can help ease the transition for your new pet and set you both up for success should there be a dog that’s a good match! To learn more about how to make the first few weeks with your new dog or puppy the most successful it can be, please visit www.mspca.org/petresources. For more information on our adoption process, please visit https://www.mspca.org/adoption-centers/how-to-adopt/ Please note, in an effort to keep the stress levels reduced for the dogs in our care, our dog ke
We'll also keep you updated on POP TART's adoption status with email updates.
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POP TART

Boxer

Female, 6 mos
Boston, MA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Pop Tart!This dog came to us from a large group of dogs surrendered from a single property and we are looking for really special families for these dogs. Their life up to this point has been anything but normal and they’re going to need experienced, dedicated people to help them catch up on all the experiences that they have missed! These dogs love other dogs and take a lot of comfort from their company. With this in mind, we plan to prioritize families that can provide a home with a stable adult dog to help our new friends learn how to be a dog and feel reassured by their company. These dogs also have no experience walking on leash, nor have they seen most of the world. Families will need to be able to provide a secure outdoor space at home that won’t rely on leash walks initially for their exercise and potty breaks. Keeping their worlds small to start will help them get comfortable and adjust. Very young kids are likely to be too overwhelming for most of these dogs, but we know every child is an individual. Some of these pups can live with kids who are able to give the dogs the space they need to adjust. Toddlers or kids who have a hard time giving space will likely be too much for them. Most importantly, we are looking for families who are patient and dedicated. These dogs have a long road ahead of them with house training, leash walking and just general life but they have so much love to give. We are looking for folks who are ready to step up and put in a lot of work to get them where they need to be.If you think this dog could be a good match for your home and would like to learn more, stop by our Boston Adoption Center. These dogs will not be available for viewing and interested adopters will work with a matchmaker on site. We have open adoption hours Tuesday-Sunday from 12pm-3pm – no appointment needed to speak to a staff person regarding available dogs. Preparing your home for your new dog or puppy ahead of time can help ease the transition for your new pet and set you both up for success should there be a dog that’s a good match! To learn more about how to make the first few weeks with your new dog or puppy the most successful it can be, please visit www.mspca.org/petresources. For more information on our adoption process, please visit https://www.mspca.org/adoption-centers/how-to-adopt/ Please note, in an effort to keep the stress levels reduced for the dogs in our care, our dog kenne

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MSPCA - Boston Adoption Center

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

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MSPCA - Boston Adoption Center

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

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MSPCA - Boston Adoption Center

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

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7 miles

MSPCA - Boston Adoption Center

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

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

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7 miles

MSPCA - Boston Adoption Center

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

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

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7 miles

MSPCA - Boston Adoption Center

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

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

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7 miles

MSPCA - Boston Adoption Center

350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130

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

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7.5 miles

Animal Rescue League of Boston

10 Chandler Street, Boston, MA 02116

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8.3 miles

Animal Rescue League of Boston - Dedham

55 Anna's Place, Dedham, MA 02026

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8.3 miles

Animal Rescue League of Boston - Dedham

55 Anna's Place, Dedham, MA 02026

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