RAIDER
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STATE:  Western New York
AGE: 2 years (approx)
DOB: unknown 
WEIGHT: 50 lbs
SEX: Male
NEUT/UTD: Yes/Yes
COAT COLOR: Brindle
DOCKED TAIL: Yes
CROPPED EARS: No
CHILDREN under 4: No (no history)
CHILDREN OVER 4: Yes
SEPARATION ANXIETY: No
OTHER DOGS: Yes
CATS: No (No history)
CRATE TRAINED: Yes
HOUSE TRAINED: Yes
OBEDIENCE TRAINED: No
LEASH TRAINED: Yes
     ADOPTION FEE: $375

10/9/2016    Another great match made by SCBR. Raiders new Mom is everything he needs and more. He jumped from the second seat to the passenger side in jiffy to greet her with licks, kisses and just laid his head on her shoulder....Norman Rockwell moment for sure. She was delighted, He was over the moon engaging with her and I....well....He was sitting in the front seat, intently gazing at me, face pressed up against the window, until they were out of sight.  He will have the best life.
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8/31/2016  Raider is a major love bug !!!! He loves car rides and having his face held and ears rubbed. He is VERY RESPONSIVE to his name and comes when I call him.  I can't say enough good things about him........please step up to adopt him before we get too attached to this baby....he is a real gem. 

8/28/2016  -This boxer is delightful....curious, playful, and greets everybody with whole body wiggles.  He is very active with my two boxers and plays very well.  The first couple of days he was educated  as to how to act in a pack. I think he was very overwhelmed with the whole concept of being with other dogs and what was accepted behavior.  He gets it now !!  His other stellar qualities include, no chewing on objects, no counter surfing, quite affectionate yet gentle when seeking it and no jumping when greeting people.  Going into his crate was not  his favorite thing to do but he adapted quite well.  He is not a barker but is a good "knock at the front door alarm"  As gentle as he is I think he would be all right with little ones and he would do very well with another dog and/or active kids in his new family. 

8/24/2016  - Raider came to us on Friday from a great shelter we work with. He is friendly, affectionate, playful, inquisitive, and has a big, black, mushy mask to top off his boxer attributes.  No chewing, no counter surfing, no fence jumping attempts and  plays very well with the two resident boxers. Raider would be a wonderful family dog in my opinion.

 


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