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Boxer puppies and dogs in Osage Beach, Missouri

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These Boxers are available in Osage Beach, Missouri.
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Ray

Boxer

Male, Adult
Osage Beach, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Ray is a 6 year old boxer mix that has been at the shelter the longest of any of our dogs. He has completed his training at Jeff City Correctional Center and ready to go! Here are a few things they learned about Ray. He seems to have some vision problems with his right eye. It comes from his difficult past before he came to the shelter. It is best to feed him treats from the left so he can see you clearly and get the treat and not your fingers. He LOVES a good game of fetch, but hates giving up the ball when he gets back. If you show him another ball, though, he will release the first one. He does enjoy attention and affection. He is ok with people and dogs, but need to learn to trust and take some time to warm up to strangers and new dogs. Once he does warm up, he is very attentive and likes to learn. Primary Color: Brown Weight: 56 Age: 5yrs 9mths 1wks
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Simpson

Boxer

Male, Young
Osage Beach, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Primary Color: Brown Weight: 45 Age: 1yrs 0mths 3wks

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Ruby

Boxer Labrador Retriever

Female, 2 yrs 7 mos
Lebanon, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
She is a very sweet dog, loves people. She would make a great addition to your family
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Boston (prison)

Boxer Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Jefferson City, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Name: Boston Age: 1-2 years Breed: Boxer mix Gender: neutered male Current Weight: 52lbs Estimated weight when grown: Full grown House broke: Unknown Good with Dogs: Unknown Good with Cats: Unknown Good with Children: Unknown Heartworm Test: negative Adoption Fee: $100 Misc. Information: Boston was brought to the shelter as a stray so little is known about him at this time. He has been a little nervous while here but seems to be a very sweet boy. He came in with Brooklyn. Boston has a Grade 2 out of 6 heart murmur What is a heart murmur? A heart murmur is an abnormal sound heard when listening to a heartbeat with a stethoscope. Normally, two distinct sounds are heard when listening to the heart of a normal dog or cat. These are often described as lub and dub. Murmurs most commonly occur between the lub and the dub and have a shooshing or whooshing quality. What does it mean for the animals health? It's difficult to say by just hearing a murmur, as it's only a hint that something may be wrong, not a final diagnosis. Hearing a murmur is reason to consider more discussion and tests to determine the cause of the murmur. Knowing the diagnosis and severity of the cause of the murmur allows your veterinarian to provide you with a prognosis regarding how this heart problem may affect your pet in the future. Hearing a murmur is not a reason to panic. Many dogs and cats with murmurs live normal lives and never need any treatment for heart disease. But the only way to know for certain is to work with your veterinarian to determine the cause, and severity of the cause, of the murmur. No diagnostics other than a physical exam have been performed on this animal, and it's the adopters responsibility to follow-up with their Veterinarian regarding any further diagnostics. This animal has been deemed apparently healthy, and the murmur does not appear to be a serious health risk. What is a benign or innocent murmur? Some heart murmurs are called benign (or innocent), meaning there is no apparent heart disease that explains the murmur. These murmurs are often seen in puppies, and can occur in cats of any age. They are uncommon in adult dogs. Benign murmurs are usually soft and can be intermittent. Benign puppy murmurs will generally disappear by 12 to 15 weeks of age. Murmurs associated with anemia or excitement are also considered benign murmurs. What is a congenital murmur vs. an acquired murmur? A congenital murmur is a murmur in a pet that is present from birth (or near birth). Congenital murmurs are associated with heart defects that the pet was born with. However, some congenital murmurs may be missed in puppies or kittens and only detected later in life. An acquired murmur is a murmur that a pet acquires during their life. These can be benign, but more often (especially in dogs) are associated with developing heart or valve disease. How is a murmur treated? The murmur itself is not treated. The underlying cause of the murmur may or may not be treated - this depends on the cause, severity, and other circumstances (age, well-being of the pet, cost of treatment etc). Your veterinarian is best suited to discuss specific treatment options with you. The shelter provides a 5-day health guarantee for adopted animals. This includes health conditions not present or known about by the shelter at the of adoption, which adopter becomes aware of within 5 days. Injuries or accidents that occur at the adopter's home are not covered. The shelter is not responsible for incurred costs from local veterinarians due to non-compliance. ALL adoptions are final! Animals can be returned to the shelter for any reason, however, there are NO refunds or exchanges.

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Buddy

Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Osage Beach, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Buddy is a four year old, 70lbs pit mix. We just passed his two yearanniversary with us. He was originally found as a stray, and his finder saidhe would have loved to have kept Buddy ... but he and the existing dogdidn't get along. So, he brought Buddy into the shelter. When we hadposted Buddy on social media, Buddy's original owner came forward. Theyshared a video of Buddy playing with a young child- blowing bubbles andpopping them ... but sadly his original owner never came for him.Buddy IS an intensely powerful, and dominant dog. He has never shown any aggression towards people- however he can be disrespectful in the sense of invading your space, jumping on you,refusing verbal correction. But if you give him an inch, he'll take a mile.So, his new owner needs to be confident and able to enforce boundaries. Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 67.8 Age: 4yrs 10mths 2wks
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Augie

Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Adult
Osage Beach, MO
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
This little guy brings me back to the 60's show The Little Rascals and their dog with the patch around one eye. This is your chance to adopt a great little dog who is bound to give you countless fond memories. He is a happy go lucky boy with a heart of gold. He just want to be part of your gang. Come and meet Augie and see what makes him one of a kind! He has TONS of energy so a fenced back yard would be great as long as you are willing to throw the ball or interact with him.UPDATE: Augie just returned from Jeff City Correctional Center where he was in the Puppies for Parole program. He passed his mock Canine Good Citizen test with flying colors. His handler notes that he is a happy, loving, playful snuggler. He loves everyone he meets. He is highly trainable. His biggest drawback is his energy level. His handler walked him 5 miles, twice a day, just to tire him out so that he would relax! He can get along with another dog, but it would have to match his energy. Augie as an only dog would probably be the best situation for everyone. Primary Color: White Secondary Color: Black Weight: 60 Age: 2yrs 6mths 1wks
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Charity

Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Osage Beach, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Charity was abandoned in the parking lot at Dogwood Shelter when she was very pregnant. After about a week here, she had her puppies, 11 of them! Most of them are here awaiting adoption as well as Mama. She will do best in a home with no other dogs as she did not do well in her dog test. She is friendly with people and the volunteers enjoy walking her. Primary Color: Tan Weight: 48.3 Age: 2yrs 11mths 3wks

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Boxer shelters & rescues in Osage Beach, Missouri

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Dogwood Animal Shelter

1075 Runabout Dr., Osage Beach, MO 65065

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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31.6 miles

Claws & Paws Animal Adoption Center

18705 Gateway Rd, Lebanon, MO 65536

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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35.9 miles

Jefferson City Animal Shelter

2308 Hyde Park Road, Jefferson City, MO 65109

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

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