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Rescue Me ID: 18-06-19-00431Delilah (female)

Boxer    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Male Dogs Only, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Courtesy Post - This beautiful girl is Delilah, a 5 yr young Boxer. She currently has a wonderful mom who sadly realizes that Delilah needs more than she can give her. We are hoping to help her find the perfect forever home for a dog that certainly deserves to have a wonderful life. Delilah's story - 'I am seeking to rehome my beautiful 5 year old Boxer, Delilah. She is an amazing dog, but I am unable to provide the resources she needs to live a happy life. I adopted Delilah in October 2015 from the Humane Society. I lived in rural North Carolina at the time of adoption and had help caring for her. In the last year, I've moved to DC for ... (Read More)work-so it's just me and Delilah now. Unfortunately, being in the city has caused her to develop some leash-aggressive issues toward other dogs and, more recently, overall general aggression toward other dogs. We've been working with a trainer, but things have continued to spiral. I was determined to keep pushing, until a few weekends ago when I was out of town for business. It turns out, Delilah still loves some other dogs-she was introduced to three dogs while staying at her caretaker's home, all of whom became her best friends. She ended up having the time of her life, showing her playful puppy side that I haven't seen in over a year, and retreated into what appeared to be a depressive state when we left. I just don't have the time or resources to get her the help she needs, but I want for her to find a home where she can be as happy as she was that weekend all the time. She is an amazing and intelligent girl-one of the happiest dogs I've ever met, who loves humans and children endlessly. She deserves to have a home with another dog whom she can trust and befriend. And she needs a fenced in back yard where she can be free to roam outside, without endangering herself or others. I believe the perfect home must be out there for her.' Delilah is spayed and up to date on vaccines. She appears to react more positively to male dogs than female dogs. To find out more or arrange to meet this pretty girl, please email jwoodson1@catamount.wcu.edu or call her 704-207-6532. Short share for Delilah - Courtesy Post - This beautiful girl is Delilah, a 5 yr young Boxer. She has a wonderful mom who sadly realizes that Delilah needs more than she can give her. WAAAG has been asked to help find the perfect forever home for a dog that certainly deserves to have a wonderful life. To find out more or arrange to meet this pretty girl, please email jwoodson1@catamount.wcu.edu or call her 704-207-6532. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $100 Animal Location:

District of Columbia D.C.

Contact:
Joanna Woodson 704-207-6532

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Boxer in D.C.
    Boxer Dogs can make good pets in D.C. if they match your IifestyIe. Boxer dogs are energetic, playful and intelligent animals, they like to clown around a lot and will keep you laughing. Boxers learn new things quickly, and, at the same time, can be clever and stubborn. Boxer dogs bond well with a family, are very affectionate and get along well with children. Boxers need a lot of exercise, and will be well-behaved as long as they are taken on long walks every day. If kept confined without a lot of exercise, however, boxer dogs can become destructive. Boxers require lots of human companionship and should never be left alone for long periods of time.

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lnteresting Boxer Trivia Low-Cost D.C. Spay & Neuter Clinics
    The name boxer originates from the fact that boxer dogs look like they are actually boxing when they play using their front paws. Boxers were first introduced at a dog show in Munich, Germany in 1895. Approximately 1 in 5 boxers are born white, and almost 20% of white boxers are deaf.

Related pages:

Boxer Rescue

D.C. Animal Rescue
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District of Columbia - Washington, DC 20002
D.C. Animal Shelter 202-576-6664

District of Columbia - Washington, DC 20011
Washington Animal Rescue League 202-726-2273

District of Columbia - Washington 20012
Washington Humane Society 202-882-5837

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