Looking for a playful, well behaved, sweet adult dog that is ready to move into your loving home? Bela may be your girl. She has so many pluses on her side, mature, no puppy shenanigans, good house manners and keep reading for more. She adores the outdoors (as you can see by clicking here). She is at the ready for a walk with you or happily running around with a ball in your back yard. This sweetie is a 3 years young Boxer mix weighing around 50 pounds. Bela is a fan of parks: she recently visited Gettysburg Park.
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Bela is friendly and loves to cuddle and be cuddled, click here to see her interacting with a volunteer! She likes most dogs that she has met but likes to be the Queen dog. Bela is well behaved crate free so you don't have to worry about her chewing on anything but her toys. She has done well with kids that she has met and is even protective of them. Because of her size, however, she may be best with older dog savvy children. Bela is a great family dog and would do well in most any suburban home. Bela's singular condition is a cat free home. This happy girl has loads of love to give. And she sure enjoys getting love back especially by way of belly rubs! She's an easy low maintenance girl. She may look serious in some of her pictures but she is a silly happy girl!
She was previously in a boarding facility where the staff and the volunteers who visit her just love her. They have taken her on field trips to a farm and exploring the local parks. They report that she is so well behaved and a joy to be with. Bela's best owner match will fortify her for success with slow introductions to new people and dogs. Slow intros are best for success. Once she knows you, she wants to be best friends. If you're looking for a loyal, loving dog, beautiful Bela may be the one for you!
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This dog tested positive for heartworm disease before arriving to the rescue. The disease was treated while in foster care. Heartworm disease is transmitted to a dog through a bite from an infected mosquito. With monthly preventatives, the disease is completely preventable. Read about heartworm disease here: Read more about heartworm disease here