Boxer/Australian Shepherd
Picture of SETH, a male Boxer/Australian Shepherd

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Age: 6 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

July 2nd 2009

Shredding newspaper

Favorite Toy:
Plush toys

Arrival Story:
Seth's Mom, Beth, a purebred Boxer, was found ready to go into labor, wandering the streets of Bethlehem, Indiana in search of a place to give birth. (Sound familiar?) She was taken in by a nice lady named Bethany (Are you picking up a pattern yet?). Seth and his 4 siblings were born in the wee hours of the following morning. At 2 weeks old they were all brought up to ARF-IL to stay in a foster home. When Fostermom took them to the dogter for their 1st shots, his new mom saw them and fell in love. She brought her family over to meet the puppies and Seth had great fun playing with the little girls. And Seth and his new dad became great buddies right away!

Seth is the only male & the only pup who's a gorgeous brindle like his mom. He's as curious as he is spunky!

Forums Motto:
I'm a big tough boy!

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My Momma's Dogster Profile:
********** My Momma, Beth********

I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 21st 2009 More than 6 years!

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My furever home

August 24th 2009 11:06 am
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Well, I left my fur Momma and sisters yesterday to go to my new home. I now live with a great family with 3 young children and no other pets in the house. My new human mom is a Vet at Wheaton Animal Hospital which is ARF's designated Veterinary service. We were not officially up for adoption yet, but she saw my sisters and I at WAH and fell in love with all of us right away. So she brought my new dad and 2 of my new human sisters over to meet us. I really liked my new family right away, 'specially New Dad. But I still had to meet their oldest daughter, so we set a date to bring me to their house.

My sister Heidi and I went on the trip, as the family wasn't sure they wanted a boy dog. Heidi was afraid at first, where I was fearless and friendly. I ran right up to all the kids and adults, and to the neighbor's big German Shepherd. Very quickly they decided I was the one for them. Heidi got comfortable after a little timeout in the crate, and we had one good last romp together in the yard. Then, she and my foster parents gave me one last kiss and hug and were gone.

My sister Flora (now Bailey) was also adopted yesterday, by a neighbor of my foster parents. My other sisters will be up for adoption this coming weekend.

I'll miss my Momma and sisters for a little while, but there's lots of new people and smells and neighbor dogs to get to know at my new home. I have a wonderful furever family and I'll have a great life here.

My next diary entry will be entered by my new family. Thanks to Bethany for saving my Momma's life, and therefore mine, and my ARF fosters for loving and caring for all of us.

Confident yips,


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