We usually select dogs from a local shelter, where there are plenty of dogs who need help. But occasionally a special situation happens.

Boz is from Sarajevo. He was flown here by the family of one of our adopters. When we met Boz, we couldn’t believe he could be so sweet. He was healing after being injured (we’re not sure how), and today has gorgeous, fluffy black fur with tuffs of white.

Boz smiles, takes treats gently, and is just like any teenaged American dog: “full of beans.”  Boz seems fine with some dogs (not little dogs, who stimulate his street-days’ prey drive) and people. He is like a big puppy on a learning curve.
As far as we’re concerned, Boz is just about perfect, and we are honored to help him find his home, ideally with a fenced yard and definitely no other pets.

To see Boz on YouTube, click the following link:

Brogan teaching good student Boz to play!

For more information on Boz, or any of the other wonderful DAWG dogs, please submit an online application. There is no obligation. Once your application is received, a DAWG volunteer will contact you.