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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by keagan, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. keagan

    keagan Little Dog

    Hello everyone!

    I am new to the pit community, but not new to dogs. Currently, I share my home with a 2 year old boxer and now a new boxer pit mix puppy. My boxer is a rescue from the county shelter, and the puppy came from a friend of a friend that wound up with a whoops litter.

    I was originally planning on getting a boxer pup when spring rolled around since my boy gets a little lonely at times. Then my friend came into work with pictures of his new puppy (my pup's brother), and I just couldn't help myself. Anyway, my pup looks probably the least boxerish of the whole litter.

    I'm here because this would be my first pitty type dog and I'm sure I'll have questions and benefit from everyone else's knowledge. Hopefully, given that boxers are also strong, stubborn, hyper, dominate dogs, my experience is not inadequate to bringing the new boy up right.

    Anyway, that's about it. I'd post more pics, but I'm doing this from my phone which is annoying. Also, the pup is usually either moving a mile a minute, or sleeping. Haha! The pic attached is my boxer and the puppy - he's wrapped up in the blanket because we had just been on a potty trip in 30 degree weather and he was shivering. :)

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  3. JoeBingo

    JoeBingo Banned

    Hello and Welcome !!!
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    CallSignOWL Good Dog


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