Dogs Trust Shoreham dog of the week Boycee is an exuberant boxer

Boycee is a bouncy boxer cross that has stolen the hearts of his carers at Dogs Trust Shoreham.

Tuesday, 16th June 2020, 1:22 pm

At eight years old, he may be entering his senior years but this charming chap has never let go of his puppy-like ways.

He is playful chap and likes keeping active, either when playing a game with his toys or exploring on his walks. Most of all, Boycee loves spending time with people and staff at the rehoming centre say he will make for a loyal and loving best friend, once he knows you well.

A multi-person household would be ideal and as Boycee is an avid sunbather, his dream home would have a garden.

Embrace his exuberant boxer traits and Boycee could make a great companion

He will need to be the only pet in the household but can live with older children, aged 12 and over.

Adel Burnett, rehoming centre manager, said: “This beautiful boy will make a fun new addition to a family who will embrace his exuberant boxer traits and who can dedicate lots of time to him.

“If you think you could be the perfect companion for Boycee, then you’ll be pleased to know that he is currently available to meet potential adopters through Dogs Trust’s latest appointment-based, rehoming process.”

To register your interest, telephone 01273 915100.

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