ID: A24-008
Status: Available
Age: 8 yrs
Gender: Male
Color: Flashy Fawn
Weight: 85 lbs
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Children: Older
Dogs: Unknown
Cats: No
Contact: Debra

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07/23/2024 – Codi is a beautiful, big, sweet bundle of love with soulful eyes and a cute slow butt wiggle. He is house trained, is not destructive when left alone, walks well on a leash, and an overall great boy. He is dog selective, but loves his humans and likes to be close to them as much as possible. At almost 9 years old, he is looking for someone to give all of his love to in his golden years. Adopting a senior boxer is a special thing to do; you won’t be sorry! Especially if you adopt this lovely boy!​03/21/2024 – Meet Codi, one of the biggest boxers we have seen. He weighs 86.5 lbs, and everything about him is big: his head, chest, and huge paws. We call him Codi Bear. He is very sweet-natured and craves human company. He is too big to get on the bed but is right there on the floor when you wake up. He sometimes likes to lie in front of you with his warm tummy covering your feet. He walks well on a leash and is not as spry at eight years old as he once was. Sedate would describe his walking speed as it allows plenty of time for sniffing and marking territory. He is suspicious of the dogs we meet, and we usually cross the road. He does live with another boxer, and they get along well. He loves car rides and is a favorite at the vet’s office.

Codi has lived with Piper A24-007 for many years however we have determined they are not a bonded pair.  They could be adopted individually or kept together and they would do just fine. 

01/15/2024 – Codi is bonded with Piper A24-007, and they must be kept together. He is friendly but a little reserved with strangers.  Codi is a little more needy with the people he knows and enjoys being close so he can touch you.

Codi is excellent in the car, enjoys bathing, and walks well on a leash.  When Dad sees another dog, they walk across the street, and Codi doesn’t react at all.  Walks are slow since he is busy marking the neighborhood as his own.  Codi and Piper sleep on dog beds in their foster parent’s room at night. They haven’t been left home alone yet, but there is no indication that they would tear the house apart if they were.