This beautiful, sweet, tiny female Boxer is named in honor and memory of Anne Daly and all she did for homeless Boxers. In part because of her, her namesake is safe and secure today while she looks for her forever family. She has a pretty fawn coat with a touch of white and one burn mark on her neck, probably from a rope that tied her outside. She lives with an older male Boxer who is twice her size and they are best buddies.
This Anne Daly is affectionate with a capital A. She is learning that she’s shared enough kisses when her foster mom says “Stop”. She also likes all manner of activities from cuddling to walking, playing fetch and catch, and playing with toys with her buddy. She is house, crate and leash trained and really likes her walks with foster mom and her buddy.
She is heartworm positive but not symptomatic and treatment does not have to be difficult with ABR’s help. She does get monthly heartworm preventive like all ABR dogs. She loves car rides and doing whatever her human does. We do not know how she relates to cats or kids as she does not live with either right now. This wonderful, loving girl could certainly fill that empty spot in your house.
Anne Daly is named in honor and memory for everything Anne Daly did over the years for homeless boxers.