Regina - 10 years old (Fostered in Wilkesboro, NC)

Regina - 10 years old (Fostered in Wilkesboro, NC)

100.00

Hello, everyone! My name is Regina. Foster dad picked this name for me from the Name a Nub program just for me. You see, the name Regina
means “Queen,” and that’s me!

First time foster dad could not have asked for a better foster than Regina. He was a little worried that his first time foster was thought to be blind, but that is not the case with me. I hope you can see past my cloudy eyes, because I sure can. He says I act like every other Boxer that he knows that can see.

I’m super sweet, house broken, and about 10-years old. I’m supposed to be a “Senior.” For me, all this means is that I sleep more than a puppy and have better manners. I still act like like I’m young at heart—especially on my walks. I’d walk all day long if I could and I have good manners on my leash.

I love to be with my people and I follow them like a shadow around the house. I like all of the people that I have met so far, including the neighborhood children that came to meet me. We’re not too sure about how I am around other dogs yet—foster dad says he’ll keep you all updated once I have a chance to meet a few. I can’t wait to meet you!

6/26/18:

Hi again, it’s me—Queen Regina! Which of course foster dad says suits me to a T. He also says that he can’t believe that I’m still here waiting on my forever home.

Foster Dad says that it would probably be best if I were the only dog in the home—it’s not that I don’t like other dogs, but I don’t seem to have ever been around them enough to understand how dogs play together. He is working with me on that, though. There is a big Cane Corso puppy just down the street that I’ve gotten to know and play well with.

FD is also working with me on a few other things. You see, my eyes are a little cloudy and foster dad is not exactly sure how well I can see. I may be a little sight impaired and because of this, have a tendency to bark at people and dogs that I don’t recognize. Foster dad thinks that I may be barking out of fear, and he is working with me on that as well. Whoever gives me a forever home will need to continue to work with me on my trust issues and to feel secure. I have absolutely no problem seeing treats though!

FD says that I am the perfect house dog. I would love to have someone around all day for me to hang out with, but I am perfectly happy being by myself most of the day. I alert my foster family when something is out of place, but otherwise I hardly make a peep. Most of the peeps that I do make are when I’m asking for food. Because I peep like that FD sometimes calls me “Peeper.” Get to know me and you’ll see why.

I love long walks and being with my foster family. FD thinks that I would be best in a home with older children, although I have liked all of the children that I have met so far. I’m really pretty easy to get along with once you get to know me. I know all sorts of tricks—I can sit, shake, lay down, and give sweet kisses! FD says that I am a diamond in the rough and will really shine with the right kind of attention and consistent training. Won’t you take me home? Adopt Regina!

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Dog's Name: Regina

Dog's Approximate Age: 10

Gender: Female

Dog's Size: Medium

Good with small dogs?: Don't know yet

Good with big dogs?: Don't know yet

Good with cats?: No

Good with kids?: Yes, all ages

Any medical issues?: No

Crate trained?: No

House trained?: Yes

Heartworms?: No