Say hello to Meadow! She is very sweet, but also very shy. She was saved off of death row and after being allowed some quiet time to de-stress from the shelter, she was so happy to meet the other doggies in her foster home. Her little butt wiggles, tail wags, and she play bows when she sees them. Her favorite thing to do is play with her bestie, another foster dog in the home. Meadow also likes to chew on her nylabone, but hasn't shown interest in squeaky toys or balls. She is very polite and quiet. Meadow is crate trained and hasn't had any accidents once she got over her fear of all the changes and learned to trust her foster people. She does prefer to do her business in the back yard, however, and not during her walks. She walks fine on a leash and also does great on car rides. Her foster peeps have taken her on outings and she does very well while still being quiet, polite and mellow. They just have to be careful about sudden quick movements or loud noises that will scare her. This little girl is an absolute gem and her beauty will continue to grow and shine in the right family who can provide the patience necessary and a gradual introduction to other pets in the family. Since she loves doggie friends and they seem to make her more comfortable, it is recommended that she have a doggie playmate in her forever home. Her foster people do not have children or cats, so her compatibility with them is unknown. We can venture to guess that small children would likely not be ideal in her forever home environment. Meadow is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on shots and heartworm/flea/tick preventions. She is a boxer mix approximately 2-3 years old and weighs 45 lbs. If you have room in your heart and home for this precious beauty, please respond via email with some info about you/your family. An application process applies. Meadow is sponsored by Heartstrings Rescue, a non-profit rescue organization, and she is located in the Kansas City area.