Hi ya’ll, I’m Smokey. I am a happy go lucky boy that would love to find a family of my own that will love me furever. I was found tied to a fence,
dirty and covered in fleas. Thankfully a kind lady found me, brought me home and cleaned me up. She found a safe place for me to go and I’m
very thankful. Now that I’m safe, my personality is coming out. I love to talk when I want something, you know, like food, treats or couch
I’m a big, strong boy. I never got much attention and no one took time to teach me basic manners. Sometimes foster mom says I’m like a bull in
a china shop, what ever that means. How rude, I tell I’m adorabull but she doesn’t listen. I’m learning so much now. When I hear that treat bag
open, I come running. I know have to sit to get one. My foster mom is also teaching me leave it, off and down. I’m getting pretty good at
those but sometimes I really like to lie across the entire couch. It feels so good to have a warm, soft place to snooze.
If you have room for me to cuddle with you, please contact the folks at
BRBR. Paws & Kisses, Smokey
● Breed: Boxer Mix
● Sex: Male
● Age: 5-6
● Weight: 70lbs
● HW Status: negative
● Tail: Yes
● Ears: Natural
● Spay/Neuter: Neuter
● Good with male dogs: Yes, needs slow intros
● Good with female dogs: Yes, needs slow intros
● Good with small dogs: Yes, depends on the dog
● Good with cats: unknown
● Good with children: Yes. Smokey is a big baby and doesn’t know his size.
He does well in his foster home with older kids. When he is excited he may
jump or run and accidently bump you.
● Energy Level scale 1-9 (sleepy –energetic): 6 He just spurts of energy but
is also happy to cuddle on the couch with you.
● Intelligence scale 1-9 (silly-genius): 6
● Friendliness scale 1-9 (aggressive-affectionate): 8
● Playfulness scale 1-9 (not playful-very playful): 7
● Disposition scale 1-9 (anxious-calm): 5
● Favorite food/toy/treats: Smoke likes to play with the tug rope and will
chew on nyla bones or stuffed bones. He hasn’t shown much interest in
the balls or Frisbee.
● Must be in a home that has the following: A home that is willing to continue
his basic obedience training.
● Is a fence necessary or is leashed exercise sufficient?: A fence is
preferred. He is very strong. He pulls on the leash and is working on basic
obedience skills. A fence would help with his exercise needs.
● Medical issues: No known medical issues
● Needs work on: Basic obedience. He has quickly learned sit. He is
working on his leash skills and house training.