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7 years old, neutered male
Boxer/Mastiff mix weighing in at 95lbs
Fostered in Battle Ground, WA
My name is Jaxon but they call me Jax. They say I'm seven years old, but don’t let the age fool ya. I still love to play with other dogs and I have a lot of spunk.
I may not be full Boxer (I am a Boxer/Mastiff weighing in at 95 lbs), but with my sunny disposition and my heart full of love, you will fall head over heels in love with me.
My favorite pastime is laying on the floor (or the bed/couch if I am allowed) next to my humans and just enjoying the company. All I really want is to be petted and loved on. It makes me feel so good!
Right now, I have two Boxer foster-siblings, and they are pretty great. We hit it off right away. They are a little intimidated by my size but I showed them I could play and I was a nice guy. We box and chase each other in the yard. I think I'd love to have a doggy sibling in my new home. I love kids but they just need to be aware I have a huge tail and I don’t mean to hurt anyone but when I am excited and wagging it may accidently get you. I do need to be honest with you about something but please don’t judge me. You see I am a chicken killer and that is how I lost my home. I don’t mean to, but they run and I thought it was a game to chase them and catch them. I didn’t realize my own strength when I caught them and it ended badly. I just wanted you to know I probably shouldn’t be in a home with small creatures. I'm not too picky about my new home as long as I'm loved!
I am completely house broken and do not have any accidents in the house. I am also crate trained and go right in when I am told.
My foster family has taught me that it's good manners to sit and wait when I'm being let in/out of my crate, going inside/outside, for meals, when we come to a stop on a walk, and when I want to get loved on. I do pull on leash a little but I am trying hard to learn. I am super smart and know a few commands already. I am learning to shake and if you have a treat I will try harder.
When it's time for bed or while my foster parents are away, I go in my crate. I am happy to have my bones and a couple soft toys to keep busy with but honestly I will just lay down and go to sleep. I am fine hanging out in the house alone, but until my foster family is 100% sure that I won't get into things, the crate it is. Fortunately, I go happily into my crate if you ask, and especially for my meals or treats!
Despite my long tail and my big body, I hope I am the one for you. I have a lot of love to offer and just ask that it be returned. My foster family has been really great and I really love them. But I am ready to find my forever people and a place to call my home!
Phone (360) 723-0219