Lino is a young, playful, energetic fawn male at about 2 years old. He has both male and female boxer friends, but he prefers the female boxers as playmates. He has not had any accidents in the house and is completely crate trained. He’s working on basic obedience training but will need additional work when he goes into his forever home. So far he has met several children and seems to do well with them. He likes to lean into older kids and roll on his back for attention and although he’s had no issues with small children, he does have a natural tail that wags constantly. This can be a little overwhelming for a small child. Lino does not like cats.
He hasn’t had any issues with food around other dogs and overall, he’s been nothing but an inquisitive puppy in his foster home. He is a young, energetic Boxer puppy who loves to please his people. He’s kinda gangly right now but as he grows he’s going to be stunning. He is heartworm negative and healthy. He’s really a big happy guy waiting for his next adventure and consistency with his forever family.
Lino was named by Lisa Whitaker in honor of Melinda Fischer’s birthday.
Thank you, Rick Armontrout, for virtually fostering Lino!