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I hadn't wanted to jinx myself by saying anything sooner....After we left the boxer meetup, we went to meet a breeder that the Pattersons had put us in touch with....Angel is a 15 mo old brindle cutie that was a breeding prospect until she had her first season and she had a prolapsed uterus.. Consequently she had to be spayed, so her breeding career is over before it started..The breeder was looking for a good home for her and she chose us as Angel's new home....We toured her facility and saw the rest of her boxers, played with them and also met a 10 wk old male that we both fell in love with...Not sure if we are going to get him also, but Angel will be coming home as soon as she has a surgery to correct her problem....

Here's a couple pictures we took of her yesterday enjoying her freedom, romping in the pens...
angel & buddy


angel going full tilt


striking a pose


3 gorgeous boxers
 

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Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!  YOu are well on your way to having an entire herd!  Angel is a suiting name for her- how is Samson doing with her so far?
 

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I forgot to ask, when does Angel come home?
 

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Congratulations....she is a beauty!! When does she have her surgery and get to come home?
 

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Willow....what exactly is prolapsed uterus? I've never heard of that. Is that similar to perforated uterus or pyometra? Is that actually part of her uterus you can see in the picture coming out? It looks kind of painful! Not to her though, she is just running around having a grand old time. She is absolutely stunning and the name Angel suits her perfectly!  :D  

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That is a part of her uterus you see in that one picture of her...It was a lot worse guys..According to the breeder it was the size of your fist..Poor girl.. Apparantly it's not painful, or so the vet says, just uncomfortable...The breeder is calling the specialist today to set up a surgery date, then we'll see what care she needs, so as far as when she will be coming home.. We don't know yet...Soon I hope.....
 

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I bet you can't wait! At least she will be a lot more comfortable once she's had the surgery, and I bet she'll be thrilled when she comes to live with you!

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