theboxerrescuehomepage130021.gif theboxerrescuehomepage130016.jpg
theboxerrescuehomepage130015.jpg theboxerrescuehomepage130014.jpg theboxerrescuehomepage130013.jpg
Back to available dogs
theboxerrescuehomepage130012.jpg theboxerrescuehomepage001043.jpg theboxerrescuehomepage130011.jpg theboxerrescuehomepage130010.jpg theboxerrescuehomepage130009.jpg
"The Chase" Photography by:
Patrick McArdle
"The Chase" Photography by:
Patrick McArdle
Friends of
The Boxer Rescue
theboxerrescuehomepage130006.jpg theboxerrescuehomepage130005.jpg
Happy Tails
Please support
The Boxer Rescue
Pertinent Information
2.5 year old female                       
UTD:   yes                     
Weight: 60 lbs Good with Other dogs: yes                   
Color:  White Good with Cats: No
Ears: Natural
Children:     Older
Tail:   Docked Microchipped:  
Neutered/Spayed:  Yes Training required:  Yes
 Surrender:  owner Adoption Donation:  $350.00
Application in Process

May 22, 2013


Molly is doing good.  Although she gets along with our resident senior Boxer most of the time, we feel Molly would do best in a home as an only dog, where she can get the training she needs and the attention.  She has an amazing amount of energy, so her new home should be an active family, so that Molly get's the daily walks she needs to burn off some of that energy.  She is true snuggle bug and loves to cuddle with her humans.  With a bit of training and exercise, Molly will make a wonderful companion.  She's just full of Wiggles!


May 12, 2013


Molly Girl is a little Diva when she is in the house!   She has turned into quite the snuggle buddy. Outside is go, go, go! I have tried to take pictures of her running and playing with our resident boy, but she it so fast they are just white blurs! So I   She loves empty milk jugs, of all things! She will run around the yard tossing them around for hours! If she jumps on the fence to bark at the neighbor dog, we just call her and for the most part she is stopping, sometimes it take a few reminders but she is getting there. Her barking at EVERYTHING is a little better. We are working on that also. She is a great girl. I think she has also realized our resident boy is older and she doesn’t try to play as rough as she use to! 


May 5, 2013


Molly is a great girl! She is not crated during the day and I have had no issues with her being destructive at all (She went in the bathroom and ate soap once! But "it all came up") and we do not keep anything "edible" on the counters in the bathroom or kitchen.  I take her for short walks after supper, the neighborhood is very quiet, but, if she sees someone she usually barks, (not growl) and I can get her attention with the training treats and say "leave it" Cat and dogs are very hard to distract her from as she can be a little reactive. I have actually taken her back in the house a few times when she wouldn’t calm down after seeing a dog. Her barking when someone walks by is getting better, telling her to leave it or to come here.  We have a fenced in yard and dogs on the other side that will instigate Molly by barking, so we have found that the fence is the most trying of all. She is distracted by balls, tug toys, frisbees, but she actually goes to the fence corners looking for something to bark at and if she hears even the smallest noise, she is up at the gate.  So her new home will need to work with her on getting her refocused in the real world with distractions.   She also has issues “sharing” toys with the resident dog, and will resource guard, so if her new family has another dog, they will need to work with her on that.   Molly will need an active family that will work with her on training and give her the long walks she needs every day to burn some of her energy off.  Molly is a great dog and makes us smile and laugh all the time.  She will be a wonderful companion to the right family.


April 9, 2013


Molly is doing great. We have taken her in the car a few times and she rides nicely in the back.  We have recently found that she is possessive of her toys with our resident Boxer boy, Tyson, so they only play with toys when they are not together in the yard or if we all outside closely watching. Tyson still doesn't want her around when there is food involved so I feed the two of them separate. (That is all him - not her).   In addition to basic obedience class, Molly's new family will need to help her with her possessiveness with toys and other dogs. 


March 10, 2013


Molly has been with us for one week and is fitting in wonderfully. She seems to prefer men over women, which is good because my son and husband have fallen in love with her! Her personality is starting to come out and she loves to run in the yard with Tyson and chase snow balls! She is not a fan of the cold weather so, this spring will be fun  For our first foster, Molly has been a joyful experience.


March 3, 2013
Molly arrived at her new home today and seems to be settling in nicely.  She has a new fur brother and they are getting along wonderfully!  Molly loves to play and is a very sweet girl.  Please check back soon as we get to know this beautiful girl..
February 23, 2013

Meet Molly!  Molly is a beautiful 2.5 year old female.  Molly is coming into the program as her current owner is no longer able to care for her. She has not been well socialized, so she gets a bit excited when she first meets other dogs, but seems to enjoy their company and loves to play!   She is currently living with a few cats, and will chase them, so due to the fact that she likes to chase, we will be placing Molly in a home without cats.    She also lives with 4 children ranging from 2-10 years old, but because of Molly’s high energy and jumpy behavior, we will be placing her in a home with older children or no children.  Molly is not currently getting walks or enough exercise. She is use to a fenced in yard and is often put outside to exercise herself.  She is currently used to having someone home with her during the day, but she is crate trained and will go into her crate when needed.


  Molly is a jumper, so her new family must be willing to attend an obedience class with her and work with her on proper manners.   She is very playful, like a puppy and high energy.   We are sure that with the proper walks and exercise, she will burn a lot of that energy off and calm down quite a bit.   She knows some basic commands and listen wells.   Molly is a sweetheart that just needs the right home to give her the exercise, love and attention that she deserves.