Baxter is VERY TINY. 7 pounds at 12 weeks. He was actually the first puppy from the litter that was sold, but he was doing poorly for a while so we returned their deposit until we knew for sure that he was going to be healthy.
Our vet said that he was a "preemie" and his digestive system was immature, so he was not doing well for a while on solid food and we had to start him back on milk until he could catch up.
He is now eating normal dog food, and running around with the rest of the pups, so sadly it is time for him to find a home. We had contemplated keeping him, but as you can see from the cut on his nose (that his grandfather gave him)-- we simply cannot keep another male Boxer in our home right now.
Baxter has received A TON OF SPECIAL ATTENTION. Basically everything he does is cute. He couldn't be a more friendly and socialized puppy.
We are only looking for the best home. Must be in driving distance, we do NOT want to ship this puppy. Prefer no small chi