Penny Lane was named through ABR’s Name-A-Boxer program to honor a dear friend, a very fitting tribute for a dog loving friend. This little bundle of fawn energy is about 2, maybe 3 years old but still acts like a puppy. At about 40 pounds she’s tiny for a female and even though her broken front leg never healed quite right, she’s game for whatever comes her way.
Penny Lane lives with a couple older kids and regularly entertains her neighbor preschooler. She is dog friendly but needs a little time to get to know them first. She is good with her host male Boxer but we don’t know how she is with cats. Once she knows her fur buddies it’s playtime! Penny Lane is house, crate and leash trained and short walks are fine but she tires on longer walks. Penny is a bit shy with strangers but her fur buddies show her the way so she would do best with a fur buddie or two.
Penny Lane is a kisser once she gets to know you and be sure she’s safe. She is heartworm positive but routine medication that she has been on for 9 months can take care of that and ABR will help with treatment. She loves her people, her dog buddy, her toys and Boxer burns. So, let her add some joy and smiles to your family. It’ll only take a few minutes and she’ll be showering you with kisses.
Penny Lane was named by Janet Plentl, in honor of her sister Susan’s rescued King Charles Cavalier spaniel who is forever in Susan’s heart.