This is just to let you know that
these are two great boxers. I call them the Dynamic Duo and my husband
calls them Frick and Frack.
They get along great together, and
even though they are sharing a kennel space, they don't fight over food.
They share nicely... well Sam takes and Sally lets him. It's a typical male
female relationship. = )
Anyone who gets these two is in
for some boxer fun, and no dull moments around the house.
Sam & Sally
Sam and Sally
are the sweetest brother and sister. They were surrendered by an older
couple. When we picked them up and transported them home, Sam just wanted
to give kisses as soon as he got in the car and all the way home. Sally was
scared, but as soon as we got her home and took them into the fenced-in
yard, she warmed right up and she couldn't stop her boxer wiggle. We fell
in love with them overnight and found it hard to turn them over to their
kennel in the morning (if not for the two we already have, we just might
have kept them).
Sally should definitely be kept together...they are very close. They seemed
well behaved with their food -- they were perfectly well behaved waiting for
their treats -- no food aggression apparent. They were not so well behaved
on their leash, however, they were scared and excited, so it may not have
been a true test. They are super sweet and respond very well when you call
them or give them direction. We don't have details yet on whether they are
good with children or cats.
As I said, we
fell in love with Sam and Sally immediately. It is hard to imagine someone
could let them go. This brief description cannot fully explain how cute and
loving they are. They are wonderful dogs and will make a wonderful addition
to some lucky family.
Here's Sally, the other half of the
Sam and Sally combo. She's 3 yrs old, and has
a sweet disposition. She gets along well with Sam and let's him have all
the treats he wants. She and Sam really would like a new home for
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