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Ramona

Female Adult Mastiff Boxer Yes (mixed)

Ramona is a large lady on the search for her forever home! With Ramona, you won’t be dealing with any puppy-nonsense like tearing up fur... show more

Ramona is a large lady on the search for her forever home! With Ramona, you won’t be dealing with any puppy-nonsense like tearing up furniture or using your house as a bathroom, cuz as a 5y/o adult, she understands how to conduct herself in a home. She is a very laid-back gal who appreciates things like dog beds, blankets to lay on and bones to chew. She enjoys her morning walk (walks great on leash, but do note she is very strong and can pull you over to something if she wants to), and then happily naps the rest of the day. Ramona has never met a stranger; she loves everyone she meets! She would be an excellent candidate for a take-to-work companion (rides well in the car), or even doing therapy work! Additionally, since Ramona loves people so much, she would love a home with some kids (cuz it’s that many more hands to pet her)! Though with her clumsy ness and her totally-unaware-of-her-size-ness, she may accidentally knock over littles; so kids aged 5 and up would probably be best. Ramona would be excellent as an only dog, so she can get all of the attention! She could also go to a home with other pets, as long as they respect her space. She only wishes to coexist and not be a play-partner. Do consider the slobber factor with the mastiff-side of her makeup! She is a messy drinker and will need her mouth wiped after she drinks, along with your floor by the water dish. Ramona also takes a daily medication (Proin) for bladder control, but she does still have occasional accidents while sleeping. Ramona is NOT a dog park kind of gal. She does not appreciate strange dogs getting in her face with all kinds of energy, and would just prefer go on a walk with her people! She has no interest in playing with other dogs;  that kind of environment only stresses her out and puts her on the defense of her personal space. Not all dogs are dog-park material, and that’s ok!She was found as a stray, and was quite skinny at intake; she is working on gaining weight as well as growing back fur in patches she lost due to flea allergies. Ramona is spayed and microchipped, and will be a wonderful addition to any family that loves XL breeds! Her adoption fee is $250. To adopt Ramona apply at www.rescueofhope.com/adopt show less