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Meet Lucky the Cuddly Boxer Mix

3/2017: Still waiting for a home…

1/2017: Looking for a foster home or adopter. 6 years old, 80 lbs. Male Boxer / Pit Mix. Good with dogs and kids! Scroll to bottom of this post for contact info.

Lucky is a funny and outgoing dog. He loves to snuggle, is a bit of a snorer and will “talk” to you if he wants something (attention, potty break, walk, food, etc…) He is AMAZING around people, especially small children. He will always want to sleep near (or on!) you and loves being the life of the party! He handles large crowds well and will give a firm bark when someone comes to the door but will always greet people with a few licks to the face.

Lucky knows basic commands and listens well, tending to prefer a male lead but will take commands from anyone.

Lucky is AMAZING with children and is very gentle when playing with them.

In the home where Lucky is now he has free roam of the house when nobody is home and never has any potty accidents or problems with him chewing things while they are gone. Lucky needs a home with someone who is willing to exercise him after work because even at 6 years old, he still has lots of energy that needs burning off.

Lucky prefers large dogs and has lived 4 years with another big female dog. He would not be suitable for small dogs, cats and other small animals. Lucky is up-to-date on shots, neutered and microchipped.

Care of Beastly Rescue. Located in Fishkill, NY.

Email beastlyrescue@gmail.com, & CC Foster Dogs NYC in your inquiry email: info [at] fosterdogsnyc.com. Let them know you found this dog on FosterDogsNYC.com!

Things to keep in mind: $200 adoption fee applies if you plan to adopt, unless otherwise stated (Foster caretakers must pay adoption fee if they choose to adopt). You may be required to complete a foster/adoption application prior to meeting the dog. Please check with your landlord about your building’s pet policy and of course talk to your roommates. The dog is the legal property of the rescue organization until an adoption contract is signed.

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