These sweet Denver-based canines are up for adoption and in need of good homes

These sweet Denver-based canines are up for adoption and in need of good homes
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on March 20, 2020.

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are loads of cuddly canines up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Denver, so you won't have to search far to find the perfect new pal.

Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of dogs available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)

Brix, boxer

Brix is a lovable male boxer dog being cared for at HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue.

Rest assured: Brix is already house-trained, vaccinated and neutered.

Read more about Brix on Petfinder.

Nemo, boxer and American bulldog mix

Nemo is a cheeky male boxer and American bulldog mix currently residing at HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue.

Nemo loves other dogs, but would prefer to be placed in a cat-free household. His vaccinations are already up to date, and he is both neutered and house-trained.

Here's what Nemo has to say for himself:

I am a three-year-old, black and white, male American bulldog and boxer mix. I am the sweetest boy you will ever meet! I am what humans call a gentle giant.

Read more about Nemo on Petfinder.

Sully, boxer

Sully is an endearing male boxer dog being cared for at HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue.

Sully gets along great with other dogs, and would love to be placed in a home with another canine to have as a companion. No need for concern: He's already house-trained, neutered and vaccinated.

About Sully:

I am a four-year-old male brindle boxer mix. Despite my past, I'm incredibly loving and affectionate with my people. My foster mom calls me Silly Sully, because I'm always goofing around and looking for fun. The one quirk that persists from my past is my fear of stairs. Something about those things just freaks me out! I'm sure I can overcome this eventually with love and patience, but for now I think a home without lots of stairs would be best. 

Apply to adopt Sully today at Petfinder.

Opal, boxer

Opal is a winsome female boxer dog currently housed at HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue.

Opal would prefer a forever home without cats or small children. She's already house-trained, spayed and has had all her shots.

Meet Opal:

Hey there, my name is Opal, and I am two years old. I am extremely sweet and very loyal to those I do know. I am a very smart girl, so I do know my basic commands and will be really eager to learn more from my new family! I've also heard people describe me by using words like beautiful and gorgeous. I can neither confirm nor deny this, so you'll just have to take another look and see if you would agree! Do you think you might be the family I've always dreamed of having? 

Read more about how to adopt Opal on Petfinder.

Garth, boxer

Garth is an adorable male boxer dog being kept at HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue.

Garth enjoys socializing with other dogs. Don't worry: He has mastered his house-training etiquette. He is already neutered and vaccinated, too.

A bit more on Garth:

I am a very friendly, two-year-old male boxer mix. I do have heart worm, so I need a family that can help keep me quiet and calm through treatment. 

Apply to adopt Garth today at Petfinder.

Statler, boxer

Statler is a handsome male boxer dog being kept at HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue.

Statler is seeking a forever home that is free of small children. Have no fear: He's already vaccinated, house-trained and neutered. 

A few words from Statler:

I am a male fawn boxer that is around six to eight years old. I was brought to the shelter with my brother, Waldorf. He got adopted, and now I am waiting to find my forever home! I am looking for a quiet home, where I can spend my days with my people. 

Read more about how to adopt Statler on Petfinder.

Gertie, boxer

Gertie is a darling female boxer dog being cared for at HO-BO Care Boxer Rescue.

Gertie gets along swimmingly with other dogs. She is already spayed, vaccinated and house-trained.

Get to know Gertie:

I am a two-year-old fawn female boxer. I love to run! I'm very well-behaved, too. I know sit, lay down and shake, and am always gentle when taking a treat from your hand. 

Read more about how to adopt Gertie on Petfinder.

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