PEANUT

STATE: NY
AGE:  1.5

DOB: Unknown
WEIGHT: 30
SEX: Female
NEUT/UTD: 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: Yes
CRATE TRAINED:  Yes
HOUSE TRAINED:  Almost
OBEDIENCE TRAINED: No
LEASH TRAINED: No

MICROCHIPPED: Yes

ADOPTION FEE: $475

09/07/20 Peanut is doing great. She has been here for 10 days now and she is getting more comfortable everyday. She didn’t know what to think about her leash at first but with the encouragement of her foster brother she now loves her walks. She is not completely housebroken yet but knows when she has done something wrong. So I don’t think it will take much longer. She is very inquisitive and is breaking out her shell. She will great everyone but is just a little unsure still why all these humans are giving her so much loving. But she absolutely deserves it. She has the cutest little face as you can see from the picture and the tip of her tongue is always sticking out!

 

08/31/20 Peanut has been with us for two days now.  She doesn't know her name yet, since she didn't have one when coming to us. 

 

She is a very shy little girl with humans, but loves all the furry friends that she meets.  Once she realizes that we are there to love and care for her she is a cuddle bug and her tail never stops wagging.  She hasn't jumped up on the furniture yet, but when she wants to cuddle she will let you know.  When you pick her up on your lap she settles in for her naps. 

 

She has tons of energy and gets along great with our resident boxer who is much larger than she is.  But she is not opposed to putting him in his place when she has had enough. 

 

She is a typical boxer and plays with everything that she can reach.  I am not sure she knew what a toy was, but is learning with the help of our other dog. 

 

She had a few accidents in the house the first day, but hasn't had a problem since then.  She is a very smart girl and a quick learner. 

 

8/28/20-Peanut is a 1 1/2 year old boxer that came into rescue today from a puppy mill. The mill owner said she had a slight heart murmur, so they probably decided not to breed her. When we had her spayed the vet said it sounds like a grade 3 heart murmur. This may require future testing or medication by her new owner in the future.