Age: 4 Years Sex: Female Weight: 26-50 lbs
|Home:North Carolina, South Carolina ||[I have a diary!] |
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Nylabones. Wren also likes to steal socks just to toss them in the air.
8.1.2010 - EXCUSE ME. YES, I AM TALKING TO YOU. I see you peeking at me. You know you want to know more. Well let me tell you some stuffs. My name is Wren and I am 16 months old. I have been in my foster home for a few weeks now and I am really learning the ropes. I go for a walk almost every morning and my foster mom laughs at me because I prance and wag my tail and look up at her with a smile. Mostly, she just ties the lead around her waist and off we go! I love all the other dogs. I am somewhat timid with peoples but eventually warm up. I like to jump up and snuggle next to the peoples on the sofa in the evening. Hee hee, I am allowed to do that because I am only 40 pounds, small enough to get away with it. Plus, I really know how to give sad puppy eyes. I am mostly calm, except when I am let out of my kennel in the afternoon, then I bounce and pounce! I take treats and gently share my toys. I sometimes hide under the bed or behind a chair, and I dont always come when called. But I am learning to trust the peoples more and more every day. I have been hearing about 'forever homes' from the other foster kid in the house. I heard that there is a family out there who is looking for me. And that they have the love and time and cookies and love and a soft bed and love, all for me! Are you my forever family? Because if you are looking to adopt me and bring me home, I am ready to come to your house. I am a good girl like that. If you want to know more about me or see some more pictures, just send an email. Until next time...Love, Wren
Wren is 16 months old, weighs 40 lbs and is hw negative. Wren has no health issues at this time.
Wren must be adopted to a home that has other dogs.
Wren does need work on obedience commands and leash training.
How To Adopt:
If you are interested in adopting any of our rescued Boxers please fill out the Adoption Application at WWW.BLUERIDGEBOXERRESCUE.COM
Requirements to Adopt:
Applicant(s) must be 21 years of age / Applicant(s) must be able to assist with transport of your new dog / Applicant(s) must agree to a homevisit and follow-up homevisit / All personal pets must be spayed/neutered and current on vaccines and on heartworm prevention./ Adopted boxers are required to be kept on heartworm prevention and current on vaccines for the duration of their lives./ Boxers will only be adopted to indoor homes.
Blue Ridge Boxer Rescue's adoption fee is between $250 & $350, unless otherwise noted. All of our Boxers are fully vetted (including:neuter/spay, rabies vaccine, HW test, dhlpp vaccines, fecal and worming) as well as treated for any injuries or illnesses prior to adoption. All of our Boxers are on heartworm prevention.
Details on individual dogs will not be discussed until we have received and approved your application and your home visit. After both of these requirements are met a Representative will contact you and answer any questions you may have.
We only adopt our boxers to indoor homes located in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virgina - Thank you for considering adopting from Blue Ridge Boxer Rescue
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|June 11th 2010
||More than 3 years!
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June 22nd 2010 6:21 pm
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Sex - Female, spayed
Age - 14 months
HW Status - Negative
Good with all dogs
Good with all kids
Good with cats - Unknown
Energy Level - 7; Needs exercise daily
Must be in a home that has other dogs
Needs to be crated when left alone
Has medical condition - Unconfirmed diagnosis of sarcoptic mange. Has been
on treatment since 6.10.10.
Needs work on house breaking, obedience commands, leash work.
HELLOOO EVERYBODYYY! My name is Wren and I am 14 months old and weigh 40
pounds and I am spayed and heartworm negative. I am itchy on my ears and
neck because of the sarcoptic mange they tell me that I might have, but the
vet couldnt be sure. So I am taking some medicine (*gross*) and getting
lots of baths (*sigh*). I have been in my foster home for a couple of days
and am trying to get used to all this new stuff. See, my former life wasnt
very good and I spent most of my time in a cage. I am adjusting to being in
a house and will have to learn all about potty training. I do my business
when I am taken outside, but I dont know how to tell my foster mom when I
need to go out. I really want to be with the other dogs, but I cant just
yet. My foster mom says she thinks that once I am able to be with the other
dogs in the house then I will calm down and not be as anxious. She also
says that is when I will begin to learn my manners, whatever the heck those
are. Right now I am unsure of most things, but I do like to be talked to
and petted, I just dont stand still very long, soooo catch me if you can! I
like to watch tv and look at myself in the mirror. There are balls and
ropes and bones all over this crazy house but I dont yet know what to do
with them, so I sniff them and move on. I am looking for a forever home
with another dog who can be my friend. My foster mom says I will make a
great pet one day because even though I have had a hard time in the past, my
spirit is not broken and its good times from here on out! If you think you
have some extra love for me, send me an email, I promise to respond! Until
next time....Love, Wren
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