Dolly is a high-energy boxer who loves attention and is very protective of her family. She was born here at our house in 2019 and lives as an inside/outside dog along with our two other dogs, one of which is her mother�'�|that's where the problem comes in. When she was born, we were unaware that it could be a problem to have two female dogs that are related living together in the same home. For a while it was ok and we were able to make it work through some training and exercise. Later, we ended up having both females spayed, and that helped as well. Over time, it just keeps getting worse. The two boxers fight, and it has come to a point that it is dangerous for them to be together. Dolly needs a home where she is the only dog and she can get a lot of love and attention. She does not get along with other dogs. It's possible that when separated from her mother she may do better, but to be safe I'd say she needs to be the only dog in the house. She's great with kids, loves to have an open yard to run, and is currently trained to stay inside an electric invisible fence. We are really sad to have to rehome Dolly, but it seems like this is the best option for her safety. Please reach out with any questions you have.