Bella Boxer   

In shelter Dog

Pacific Grove, Monterey County, Calif...
Boxer, Shepherd
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Bella Boxer
Looks like: Boxer Mix Female, 11 years old, 71 pounds If you're looking for an angel on earth, look no further. Bella Boxer is a beautiful dog with a sweet soul. She loves to snuggle, give you kisses and admire you when you're eating. Bella has Aortic Stenosis, so she does well with leisurely short walks, about 10 to 20 minutes at a time, but she won't say no if you take her out more than once a day. Her heart condition has improved significantly with a small dose of medicine that she takes twice a day in her nonfat yogurt "treat." Bella is gentle and gets along with all dogs and humans. She doesn't even bother cats! Sadly, she lost her forever home when her person got ill from dementia. Bella is hard of hearing but watches her person closely and will stick close, interrupting yoga sessions with kisses. She would love a home where she is with her human or humans a lot of the time. She will assertively get on the couch but won't mind if you squeeze in next to her. She also will put her paws on your legs when you're sitting and stand on you for attention, love and kisses. And she will smile as she does it. Bella does like other dogs and enjoys meeting her different "boyfriends" when out and about on walks. Bella came to POMDR after her person was no longer able to care for her due to dementia.


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