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In shelter Dog

Hewitt, TX, 76643
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Manning is a 4 yo fawn male boxer, 55 lbs, natural ears and a longish docked tail. Hes all about food and water - loves to drink, and his second favorite is food! Hes such a good boy - he has learned to sit for food and water! He prefers to be out rather than in his crate, but hes doing better with being in it. He is not a fan of storms and rain. He loves to jump on the couch and food out is fair game - counter surfing is a work in progress. Overall he is doing well and is learning his manners. Manning does well with his five year old skin foster sister. He has a calm demeanor and doesnt jump. Manning also does well with his senior female fur foster sister. On walks he is interested in other dogs- he pulls but doesnt bark. He hasnt shown any aggressive behavior. Overall he is calm, sweet and chill. He is heartworm positive and neutered.

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