Captain America

We get to know these Boxers more as they settle in and feel more secure in their foster homes, so it is with Captain America:

Captain America was once Kaiser, but then, things change. He came home to ABR now there’s a new skin kid in the house, and he was kinda pushy with his fur sister about who gets to protect whom. So, rather than have a big mistake that no one wants, Captain America is looking for a new family. He’s a healthy 7 year old guy in a fawn coat with a docked tail and natural ears. He is heartworm negative. He has a gorgeous Boxer face with a white t-bone on his forehead and a white chest. And those eyes!

Captain gets along with people just fine, and he usually got along with his fur sister unless there was something special involved like a new kid or food. He could eat by himself of course, but the kid moved around. He is house, crate and leash trained and he does just fine not being destructive at home while his foster dad is at work.

Captain America’s a typical Boxer boy who hates to get his feet wet or go out in the rain. He loves affection, attention, scratches, pets and snuggles. He needs slow introductions with other dogs, and may not choose to be friends with some. He may be most comfortable as an only dog  or with a companion he is comfortable with.

Captain America has  been in a foster home for a while as of mid March and he’s doing fine. He likes to play with his human or his toys, look out the window, announce visitors and intruders, snuggle up on the couch or in bed, and take naps. He likes his walks but this big, strong boy needs an experienced handler. He’ll do best without cats or kids, but he’s a big, handsome loving guy on his own.