Adoptable Dog of the Week- Mochi
There’s nothing cuter than a pooch in a tutu, and this girl is here to prove it! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Mochi, a 4 years old fawn Boxer female from Denver, Colorado. This insanely adorable pooch is spayed, fully housetrained, and up to date with her shots. She gets along with cats but would prefer a kid-free home.
Don’t let the tutu fool you- Mochi is not a gracious ballerina, that’s for sure. At 40 lbs, his gorgeous gal might not be the tiniest of doggos, but she’s just the right size to fit in your lap. And rest assured, she’ll try to! Mochi is an incredibly affectionate and cuddly canine that loves nothing more than giving little puppy kisses to her favorite humans. She is mild-mannered and has a wonderful temperament, but it doesn’t mean she doesn’t have a playful streak too! This Boxer will love to play fetch with you or entertain herself with a fun puzzle toy.
In addition to being pretty, Mochi is a smart cookie, too. Not only that she’s very well-mannered and fully housebroken, but this intelligent pooch even knows a few cool tricks and commands. Mochi has spent all of her life around cats, and she adores felines- which is not something that can often be said for dogs. Luckily, this particular cool canine won’t mind sharing her home with a snobby kitty friend.
If you love camping and lead an active lifestyle, Mochi will be a perfect companion. She loves going on outdoor adventures and riding the car. She even loves running alongside her foster’s bicycle. And after you tire from all that adventuring, Mochi will be there to snuggle up next to you on the sofa.
In case you are interested in adopting Mochi and think your family is a good fit for her, contact Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue for more information.
A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.
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