In shelter Dog

Hurst, Tarrant County, Texas, United ...
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Legacy Boxer Rescuewww.savetheboxers.com | info@savetheboxers.comHi. My name is Kapono. My name means righteous in Hawaiian. My foster Momma felt this fit me because I am filled with pure joy and love despite the life I lived prior to LBR saving me. My foster Momma calls me her tiny dancer as I will dance in place from excitement when I see her. She also tells me I should have been named Besos (kiss) as I LOVE to give kisses! I believe the world can be made peaceful with boxer kisses, so I am working on this one human at a time.I love everything in this world but birds. I just do not trust anything that can defy gravity and travel in the sky instead of the ground. Cats and squirrels also cannot be trusted. Anything that can climb a tree is once again defying gravity, which is just not natural.  Some of my favorite things to do are riding in the car, going for walks, getting my belly rubbed, and giving kisses!  I like other dogs but would prefer they just be friends that do not live with me. I only have time to give and receive love from my humans. My ideal life would be to go for daily walks then lay on the couch snuggled next to my human.I am ready for my furever home. Please contact your adoption counselor to talk to my foster Momma about me. I will be more than happy to go on one of my favorite things to do, car rides, and greet you with another o w of my favorite things to do, give kisses and let you run my soft belly. Sending lots of Boxer kisses!Kapono     If you are interested in adopting me, please fill out our adoption application to begin the process. If you aren't able to adopt at this time, please consider making a much needed, tax-deductible donation to Legacy Boxer Rescue by clicking here.


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