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Chief

Listed February 02, 2018

Age: 5 yrs.

Gender: Male

Weight: Not Specified

Adult Size: 26-60 lbs.

Fixed: No

Shots: No

Breed:Boxer

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Description

Boxer / Pit Bull Terrier

Special Needs

?There?s more to me than just the good looks!? No, seriously? you cannot walk in public with Chief without receiving tons of compliments. That aside, Chief is the epitome of loyal. He will instantly find his place in your family, and once he does, he makes sure everyone is accounted for and knows where every family member is at all times. He is a wonderful watch dog and we feel very safe having him. He loves to be loved and will gladly return the love back with plenty of kisses. When he wants your attention, he usually rests his head on you when you are sitting. Ear rubs are his favorite! Chief is a true athlete and has an enormous amount of energy to burn. He loves to go on walks and absolutely loves to run. Playing chase with other dogs is one of his favorite activities. He is super social and loves to be around other dogs. He does really well at dog parks. When at home, Chief would really benefit with another canine member that can match his energy level. When we are out on walks, he could use a little extra training when a cat or squirrel comes into view. They are his favorite thing to chase and he will happily keep them out of your yard for you. He is also eager to please and knows his basic commands, like sit, stay, down, and shake. Chief would benefit with an owner who is home most of the time or a canine companion to keep him company. This would help with the separation anxiety which he experiences when left alone. If you do decide to leave him alone in your yard unsecured, a standard 6 ft. fence would not be sufficient to contain him. He loves to explore when bored and believes the grass is greener on the other side. A kennel or dog run would be beneficial.

Adoption Fee Details

Generally, Cats are $175.00 and includes a Microchip and Dogs are $300.00 and includes a Microchip. The fee can vary depending on extra veterinary care that some animals may require.

 

Dogs receive the following before available for adoption: •Spay or Neuter with pain medication for 5 days after surgery and recovery time
•Flea Treatment
•Intestinal Parasite Exam
•De-worming, including Tape worm treatment
•All age appropriate vaccinations
•Bordetella
•Blood Parasite exam and prevention
•Microchip
•A free checkup and all vaccination required for the first year as long as you use our veterinarian.


Cats receive the following before available for adoption: •Spay or Neuter with pain medication for 5 days after surgery and recovery time
•Flea Treatment
•Intestinal Parasite Exam
•De-worming, including Tape worm treatment
•All age appropriate vaccinations
•Feline leukemia and Feline Aids combo test
•Blood Parasite prevention
•Microchip
•A free checkup and all vaccination required for the first year as long as you use our veterinarian.

 


The average cost of the above veterinary care is approximately $800.00, so every penny of your adoption fee is money well spent on the high quality of care each of our animals is given. It's also worth adding that all of the above care is backed by a receipt from our veterinarian and at no time do we do any self-diagnosis, procedures, treatments, tests or vaccinations. All of EBARR animals are cared for by a licensed veterinarian. We will only administer medications if ordered by our veterinarian. 

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