Purebred boxer looking for a family to love

Posted: Updated:
By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland

PHOENIX -- Somehow, this purebred boxer ended up on the streets and a good Samaritan summoned Emergency Animal Medical Technicians to rescue the starving stray who had broken his paw and was spotted hobbling down the road.

Vets from the Arizona Humane Society were unable to repair his mangled paw and the dog, now known as Tyrone,  underwent a leg amputation surgery and made a fabulous recovery.

Now the 4-year-old is ready to embark on a new life and is looking for someone to shower with unconditional love. His adorable looks 9that face!), short muzzle and a nubby tail that furiously wiggles the moment you touch him gives Tyrone away for the softy that he really is. This gentle giant is as loving as they come.

His love abounds for kids of all ages. He simply can’t resist the urge to shower children with sloppy kisses. He also likes dogs and cats and would be a great addition to any family as long as he’s loved.

Tyrone is available now at the Sunnyslope Campus located at 9226 N 13th Avenue in Phoenix. His adoption fee is $110 and includes his neuter surgery and vaccines.

For more information call 602-997-7585 x2045 and ask for animal ID number A484753.