This page is offered to those who would like a purebred boxer but would like to be pass the little puppy stage. Listed are adult boxers only at this time.
Dave is a sealed brindle out of Zeke and Dolly.
DOB: May 16, 2018
Dave comes with full registration, current shot record issued by the vet, 4 generation pedigree and a small bag of food that he is currently eating.
Dave is a playful guy that loves attention.
Purchasing Adult Boxers
When purchasing an adult dog, there are several things that you need to be aware of.
Take the dog to the vet within 48 hours of receiving the dog. Sometimes there may be an issue that no one would be aware of except a vet thru an examination. Breeders may not be aware of an issue because the dog does not show any signs of one. Most breeders are not vets. After the vet exam, you can no longer come back on the breeder or the person who you received the dog from on health issues because it is not known where the dog has been to pick up a virus or anything else that may be causing an issue. This is part of being a responsible dog owner. Some vets may say the health issues are from the breeder even though the dog has been absent from the breeder's property for several weeks or months. If there is such an issue, have your vet contact the breeder's vet, if they have one, to find out more history on the dog.
Adult dogs have had time to have scrapes, cuts, scars, growths, chipped or broken teeth, scar tissue in the ears and etc. You are accepting the responsibility of a pre-owned, imperfect dog. Some may say, "As Is". This is part of the "Responsibile Dog Ownership".
Purchasing and caring for a dog is a responsibility, just like caring for children. Some issues are not seen in babies or children until they are examine by a doctor.
Adult dogs that have been neutered or spayed (as adults) may not lose those hormones for several months, at worst case, if ever. The boys may still lift their leg to urinate. They can be trained not to lift their leg. Check with some of the boxer rescue centers, as they get all types of situations with boxers. They have been very successful on teaching the boys not to urinate where they shouldn't and not lifting the leg. Check with the rescue place and get some advice if your dog has this issue. Also, keep in mind that even with a dog on heartworm meds, some dogs need to be wormed twice a month. But, the time isn't with heartworm meds.
If you were to purchase or adopt a dog from a shelter, you do pay some fees. You are expected to be a responsible pet owner. If a few weeks or months pass and your dog gets sick or may have other health issues, don't expect the shelter to reimburse you. They won't. The breeder is no different. They will not reimburse you for vet expenses. When you purchase the dog, he/she is your responsibility. If returning a dog, there are no refunds either.
If you request a health certificate, we can give you a discount on the fee and a copy.
Returning A Dog To Us
If you need to return a dog tous, the dog must have a vet issued health certificate and a statement from the vet of the total condition of the dog. Any and all medical expenses are your responsibility. All registration papers, certified pedigrees and all paperwork must be returned with the returned dog. The dog must be in a non-contagious condition. There are no refunds or reimbursements. If you have any questions, please contact us.
The materials offered on this website are intended for educational purposes only. Rising Creed Boxers does not provide veterinary services or guidance. Please contact your veterinarian regarding the care of your animals. Rising Creed Boxers Jack, Alabama
Owner: Will McMillan
AKC Boxers Fawns, Mahogany Fawns, Brindles and Sealed Brindles