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Name:
Shawneen Raab
E-mail Address:
msdambo@aol.com
Location :
Orange County, CA
Date:
02 Sep 2004
Time:
20:37:55
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We are looking for a dog. Both of us like what we have seen in the boxer dog. But, we are taking our time and researching various breeds at this time. Please keep me updated on your group!


Name:
trish spencer
E-mail Address:
tirisp1@yahoo.co.uk
Location :
harare zimbabwe
Date:
03 Sep 2004
Time:
03:54:19
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in addition to a very interesting issue on your bravado and the great care you are taking for them dogs its also interesting that we share the same name. i would like to get in touch with Trish thank you


Name:
Vivian Isaak
E-mail Address:
vivisaak
Location :
Thousand Oaks
Date:
03 Sep 2004
Time:
11:37:41
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Name:
MaryAnn Beaman
E-mail Address:
merryann33@aol.com
Location :
Riverside
Date:
03 Sep 2004
Time:
16:14:33
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Dear Ursula, Joni, and all! Just wanted to give you all an update on the boys, Foster Freeze and Harley D. All the hounds (Jolly included) are getting along much better with one another since we've been in obedience class. The boys only scuffle if there are dog treats involved, so I'm very careful about separating everyone before indulging them in bisquits or raw hide chewies. Unfortunately, Foster and I had to drop out of intermediate obedience after he crashed through a window trying to protect our house from the evil meter reader. He lacerated his leg but has fully recovered thanks to the skill of our vet. We'll be reenrolling in the class this fall. Harley is doing very well. When I brought him home last December, he was a scant 65 lbs. He's now topping the scales at 80! That boy LOVES his food! He's now on a diet to lose a few pounds, which will be better for his joints. He's on a daily regime to help with arthritis and is spunky and sparky as ever. His colitis is completely under control. Harley's had a couple of minor siezures (when he gets overly excited) and our vet, Dr. Michaelson, is monitoring that with us. Harley continues to be one of the quirkiest dogs I've ever known. He does a funky jump-n-spin dance when it's time for breakfast and dinner. The other day while bringing in groceries, he got into one of the bags, pulled a bag of tomatoes and ate every single one (five in total) in the time it took me to carry in the second load of bags. I've posted a few pictures of the gang which you can view at the following URL. I'll post others as I take them. <a href>http://f1.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/merryann33/album?.dir=/7d7f&.src=ph&store=&prodid=&.done=http%3a//photos.yahoo.com/merryann33</a> Thanks again for all of your hard work and for giving me the chance to give two very deserving Boxer's a happy and comfortable home. MaryAnn


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cayla.W
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Date:
03 Sep 2004
Time:
19:07:22
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Name:
danny
E-mail Address:
casablancko@msn.com
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Date:
07 Sep 2004
Time:
01:49:41
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BOXERS RULE!


Name:
Daniel Ruiz
E-mail Address:
jacqueslk@aol.com
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Date:
07 Sep 2004
Time:
14:42:42
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Name:
Sandra Florian
E-mail Address:
sandraflorian@sbcglobal.net
Location :
Santa Clarita, CA
Date:
09 Sep 2004
Time:
20:40:53
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I enjoyed reading your website. I have a boxer of my own and he is wonderful. I would really like to have an opportunity in providing volunteer work for the rescue center. If I can help I would like to assit in the Santa Clarita or San Fernando Valley area.


Name:
alex guidry
E-mail Address:
thafonze2002@yahoo.com
Location :
beaverton
Date:
10 Sep 2004
Time:
03:48:12
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i am currently looking to adopt a boxer. nothing older than 2 or 3. my roomate has a yellow lab that is almost 2,loves to play with other dogs, and really needs a playmate. if you can help please let me know.


Name:
JUDY FISHER
E-mail Address:
R-FISH@PACBELL.NET
Location :
rocklin, ca
Date:
10 Sep 2004
Time:
21:38:50
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we had butkus, a fawn male, who lived until 1 month before his 15th birthday. we miss him and enjoy looking at the pictures of the boxers. some day we will be able to have another dog but right now is too soon.


Name:
Andrea Moore
E-mail Address:
drearenee@comcast.net
Location :
Petaluma
Date:
12 Sep 2004
Time:
21:18:04
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Name:
Diane Graham
E-mail Address:
dcgssg@yahoo.com
Location :
Laguna Niguel
Date:
12 Sep 2004
Time:
23:31:44
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Do you guys have a white boxer with brown spots about 3 years old named BINDY????The humane society would have dropped her off there at the rescue foundation about 3 weeks to 1 month ago.I really don't have too much info other than the old owners saying she is there....Iam looking for her !!!!Please respond ASAP


Name:
Edward Contreras
E-mail Address:
optix68@yahoo.com
Location :
Echo Park,ca.
Date:
13 Sep 2004
Time:
01:30:20
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It's great what your doing with the boxers and I hope to adopt a boxer in the very near future. Keep up the good work and many thanks to all of you who support organizations like BRLA.


Name:
Samantha Frick
E-mail Address:
scallison@yuroktribe.nsn.us
Location :
Orick, California
Date:
13 Sep 2004
Time:
18:07:22
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I am very interested in adopting a boxer I already have one and you know what they say " two are better than one."


Name:
Karen
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Location :
USA
Date:
14 Sep 2004
Time:
09:51:14
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Do you scare easily? Check out www.appletreedrive.com to find out about a real haunted house with two resident ghosts (one is a dog). I also need help solving a ghostly mystery, please help. www.appletreedrive.com PEaCe OuT!


Name:
Debbie Flynn
E-mail Address:
dsteeger@aol.com
Location :
las vegas , NV
Date:
14 Sep 2004
Time:
16:17:07
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I just wanted to comment on your web site. I currently own a 1yr old white boxer who I could not love any more than I do. The lady I purchased him from was trying to push me out the door with him, rather than taking one of the fawn puppies. She said if you take the "little puppy" (who i did not see yet) I will pay for a vet visit and all shots for the first year. Of course, my first question was whats wrong him? he is just small and well see for yourself, was her answer. I immediately fell in love with him.I took the dog and told thanks for the offer But I think I will take responsiblity myself. I have been a vet tech for 10 years, one of the vets I work for always hunts out white boxers because of what people think of them. I want to thank you for what you do to gods most special breed of dog. It truly takes a dog lover to love the white boxer.thank you.


Name:
Angie Larios
E-mail Address:
angielarios@cox.net
Location :
orange county
Date:
15 Sep 2004
Time:
11:48:19
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I read the story about Jackson, who looks just like the Boxer I had for 11 years. He passed away in February of this year and had lung cancer. I think these dogs are proned to tumors and cancer unfortunately. I kept my dog very healthy. My vet says I was lucky to have him as long as I did. I know so many people that are losing them earlier 8 & 9 years. Jackson looks like the Boxer I had and it is still very painful. Your story really brought back all of the emotions of losing my dog. Keep up the good work. I love to see the pictures and am always looking at your website.


Name:
Kenny & Rochelle McCluney
E-mail Address:
romccluney@yahoo.com
Location :
Torrance, Ca
Date:
15 Sep 2004
Time:
20:42:36
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Name:
claire jordan
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Location :
worcetser, England
Date:
16 Sep 2004
Time:
17:12:46
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this site is very good and would very most probably visit this site again.the pictures in the tributes part brought a tear to my eye, all those dogs very cute.i would love to adopt a boxer but we haver already got a dog a guinea pig and 2 cats so i dont think we could cram anymore in. yours sincerly claire jordan


Name:
Wendy Greenberg
E-mail Address:
michaelg@skechers.com
Location :
Manhattan Bch
Date:
19 Sep 2004
Time:
11:50:28
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Looking for a female Boxer good with children and like the water.


Name:
christpher davis, sr.
E-mail Address:
daydada1@msn.com
Location :
fayetteville, n.c./ i.e. fort bragg
Date:
20 Sep 2004
Time:
11:16:03
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I just recently purchased a boxer that is deaf, Sasha. Sasha is 9 months old and my family and I just love her to death. We are just looking for ways to train her. Good luck with all of your boxers.


Name:
OCTAVIO ARIAS
E-mail Address:
VOXPISCIS33@HOTMAIL.COM
Location :
LYNWOOD, CA
Date:
20 Sep 2004
Time:
16:21:08
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I read the article on "Why Adopt", and I completely agree, I had thoguht about breeding my Boxer (Cali), but after reading the article, I'm more for adopting a rescued dog. Thank you for all the information provided. Regards, Octavio Arias


Name:
Misty D. Burt
E-mail Address:
mburt7@msn.com
Location :
Long Beach
Date:
20 Sep 2004
Time:
18:50:15
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Thanks for all you do


Name:
Jessie
E-mail Address:
nerske@tds.net
Location :
Kenosha, WI
Date:
24 Sep 2004
Time:
11:37:50
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I am working on a webpage for my White Boxer, Zoe, and I wanted to find links to other webpages that had information about the white boxer in hopes to educate people about the white boxer. I will add this site to my list, if you don't mind. Great website.


Name:
Nancy Domino
E-mail Address:
nancydomino@aol.com
Location :
Irvine
Date:
25 Sep 2004
Time:
01:01:52
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My candles are lit and I'm trying to find a peaceful calm place in my mind. I had to place to rest my beautiful Brutus after months of a difficult battle with Lyphnoma. Brutus was brave, rarely sharing his pain, and always trying to be there as part of the family. When he couldn't, we were with him, giving him water, food and even sleeping with him. We got Brutus 4 years ago from you. Skinny, fearful and almost a dog. I would pick up a broom or garden hose and he would run trying to find a place to hide, urinating all the way. Our first attempt at a walk around the block stopped at the end of our lawn as he folded his front legs in and buried his head in the grass. Riding in the car the first time, I had to get both my older sons to lift him up and try to get him in the back set but that was a struggle since he would spread his legs apart and arch is back. Being probably abused by a male before we adopted him, I would have friends over (only males by the way) and the moment they would move their arms, he would lunge at them. The only one he really bit was the phoneman but he as usually understanding (thank goodness). It took us almost a year of lots of love, patience and a new couch for Brutus to learn that no one would ever hear him again. We had 4 beautiful, loving, fun years with him. His were the first eyes a would see every morning, and the last I would see at night. I visited your website to ease the pain of our loss. I thank you for that. Reading of loss, of love and of the need of other dogs...I look forward to adopting again. Thank you for all the devotion you and your staff give to these wonderful,special creatures.


Name:
Nancy Domino
E-mail Address:
nancydomino@aol.com
Location :
Irvine
Date:
25 Sep 2004
Time:
01:03:30
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My candles are lit and I'm trying to find a peaceful calm place in my mind. I had to place to rest my beautiful Brutus after months of a difficult battle with Lyphnoma. Brutus was brave, rarely sharing his pain, and always trying to be there as part of the family. When he couldn't, we were with him, giving him water, food and even sleeping with him. We got Brutus 4 years ago from you. Skinny, fearful and almost a dog. I would pick up a broom or garden hose and he would run trying to find a place to hide, urinating all the way. Our first attempt at a walk around the block stopped at the end of our lawn as he folded his front legs in and buried his head in the grass. Riding in the car the first time, I had to get both my older sons to lift him up and try to get him in the back set but that was a struggle since he would spread his legs apart and arch is back. Being probably abused by a male before we adopted him, I would have friends over (only males by the way) and the moment they would move their arms, he would lunge at them. The only one he really bit was the phoneman but he as usually understanding (thank goodness). It took us almost a year of lots of love, patience and a new couch for Brutus to learn that no one would ever hurt him again. We had 4 beautiful, loving, fun years with him. His were the first eyes a would see every morning, and the last I would see at night. I visited your website to ease the pain of our loss. I thank you for that. Reading of loss, of love and of the need of other dogs...I look forward to adopting again. Thank you for all the devotion you and your staff give to these wonderful,special creatures.


Name:
Sheri McNellys
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Location :
Rialto,Ca
Date:
26 Sep 2004
Time:
12:52:41
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I would like to know more about Bogey and Bacall# 2037


Name:
Aram Jafari
E-mail Address:
pdoxsys@aol.com
Location :
Orange County, Ca
Date:
26 Sep 2004
Time:
21:36:01
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Name:
julian hernandez
E-mail Address:
julianamtb2004@yahoo.com
Location :
san deigo
Date:
27 Sep 2004
Time:
23:24:14
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Name:
janice hanley
E-mail Address:
janice_hanley@hotmail.com
Location :
st. kitts
Date:
29 Sep 2004
Time:
16:58:42
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HEy i enjoy your site. please to keep up the good work.


Name:
Michelle Bull
E-mail Address:
bullm3@juno.com
Location :
glassboro, NJ
Date:
30 Sep 2004
Time:
16:49:08
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I enjoyed everything you said about boxers I have an english boxer and he is everything that you described. Champ is his name and he is my best friend. I look forward to seeing him every day. Even when I'm down in the dumps he just finds a way to make me laugh. Champ is very playful.

 

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