This beautiful boxer is Guinness, a 6 year old girl that would love a good, safe home of her own. Guinness was adopted out 5 years ago, but now finds herself in need of a home again. For the last several months, Guinness has been getting attacked by another dog in her home, so she was returned to us. Guinness has some open wounds that our veterinarians are treating, but she also has the scars to tell a tale of a living a tough life.
Guinness is a bit shy and confused as to why she is no longer in her home, but we can see that she is quite relieved to be safe and in good hands. This lovely lady just could not be any sweeter. She is a little bashful upon meeting new people but once she sees that you will cause her no harm, she will just love you forever. Guinness is very polite, well behaved, and mellow. She walks very well on a leash and is so ladylike. Her sad eyes and scars will just break your heart, but we're thankful that Guinness is on the road to recovery and that she is getting the help that she needs.
Guinness would love to start over with a family that will love and care for her, in a nice quiet home where she can relax. She would do best in a home with no other dogs due to her past, but Guinness will make a wonderful addition to any family that can offer her the lifetime of happiness that she deserves. Your donation will help us to find a lifetime of love for her.
Guinness is at the Society's Forked River facility. For more information, call the Society at 609-693-1900 or e-mail us and reference File#23553.
Update: Guinness finds a loving home!