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Smidge, AdoptedAnimal ID: 17365

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About Smidge, Adopted

Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

'I will be ready to start meeting potential adopters August 21, 2018. I can't wait! I have had a long road to being able to be adopted. I came in with an injured hip that took several months to recover, I had to be spayed, then heartworm treatment and then some behavior training. But I'm finally ready to meet my forever family. I hope they are ready for me because I'm a big bundle of love. I love to be the center of attention and will snuggle any chance I get. My foster mom and foster brother have been working with me on healthy boundaries and learning what is appropriate. I am sometimes unsure of myself and I sometimes get to be a little controlling, but setting boundaries for me has made me feel very secure. I hope my future forever home will do the same for me. I am super smart and I love treats so I have picked things up super quickly. I have learned to sit, lay down, stay, wait for doors to be opened, how to stay on my place, and walk nicely on the leash. My foster mom took me to manners class and I just loved it. I get so excited when it is class night. I love to play with toys and carry them around but most of all I love to be outside and sunbath. I get like to play chase with my foster brother but he is so fast I can hardly keep up. But I've learned some tricks to cut him off at the pass. I am fully potty trained and I go in my crate easily but I really prefer to hang out with my people. I have never had an accident in the house or in my crate, even when my foster mom has to work long days. I have so much love to give, I can't wait to meet my forever family! ' See my complete bio at If you are interested in adopting me, please fill out our adoption application to begin the process at If you aren't able to adopt at this time, please consider making a much needed, tax-deductible donation to Legacy Boxer Rescue at

Tarrant County
Hurst, Texas 76054


  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Most Cats
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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