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Meet GG, our our adorable 4 YO F Boxer girl. She is white except for the patch around her right eye that is brown and black. And super cute spots underneath her nose. GG came in from a shelter in LA where she was found as a stray with her boyfriend, BB. Unfortunately, both GG and BB are heartworm positive, but they have already started treatment. L4P will cover all costs of treatment, so we would like for them to go to a local family because a few more visits to the vet's office will be necessary. About them: BB is good with other dogs, although GG not as good as BB. She can be fine but then will react to a dog she was hanging out with an hour before. It may be an energy thing too. We would suggest they be the only dogs in the home, but it may not be necessary if you're an experienced dog / Boxer person. Although they were strays, they are housetrained and crate trained. They take treats very gently and are very loving. Both appear to be great with kids; BB definitely so; GG is good but a little more reserved. Again, both are super sweet and enjoy attention and love but are also very easy keeps. They have both received all of their vaccines, are microchipped, and been sterilized, but as mentioned previously, will still need 3 rounds of injections for heartworm treatment. Of additional note, during the time of injections, they must have limited exercise which means can be leash walked only. The adoption fee for both dogs is $600. If you are interested in meeting them to perhaps foster to adopt, please complete the adoption application at If you have any questions, please send an email to


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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