We have been inundated with applications for Tux and he is now on hold as we go through them all.
Tux – (Male/1 year old) – Foster Carer required with the view to adopt
Location: Cardinia Shire, Victoria
Tux requires no introduction…he’s an absolutely stunning young man, who is a reverse sealed brindle with white chest and face markings making him look like hes wearing a tuxedo!
A little bit of information about this gorgeous boy…
• He’s looking for a foster home with a view to adoption.
• Tux is an incredibly affectionate young man who loves everybody and everything.
• He is able to be left outside during the day and loves to run around a large backyard.
• He loves to do all the usual boxer nutty things as well as ‘talking’ to you, playing with fetch with sticks and balls.
• We are told that he also like to tell the lawn mower off but will eventually stop.
• He is super friendly with other dogs and whilst can be very playful and occasionally rough too, he is never aggressive in the slightest.
• The best home for Tux is a home that has a large backyard and a family with older children and possibly another dog to keep Tux company and help socialise as he is still young.
Tux’s current home is on a big block with plenty of space to burn off energy and play. He needs to be included in daily family life and will benefit from structure and boundaries…being an young boy his heart is in the right place but extra ‘guidance’ every now and then will not go amiss….
We know we will be inundated with applications for him, but we know exactly what we are looking for and what Tux needs and we will not settle for less….
If you think you are able to give Tux a loving new home, please complete an application today by following this link:APPLY NOW
Make sure you state Tux’s name in the application.
Please note: Because we are incredibly busy behind the scenes finding homes for all our dogs, we are only able to contact shortlisted applicants.
Our rescue has the policy that all does need to be vet checked, microchipped, desexed and up-to-date with their vaccinations before they can be adopted. This happens while in foster care (we pay the vet) and once the vet work has been done the dog will be available for adoption.
If the dog is happy, the foster family is happy, it is a good match and we are happy, we usually give our foster carers the first chance of adoption.