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

Boz is from Sarajevo. He was flown here by the family of one of our adopters.  When we met Boz, he was healing from injuries (probably from being beat up by other stray dogs), and he had just started learning how to respond as a normal “pet.” 

Today, not only does Boz sport a gorgeous black coat with tuffs of white, but he has a virtual diploma in good dog behavior. He even initiated play with another dog his size recently.  As for smaller dogs and cats, they may stimulate his street-days’ prey drive. (All dogs have prey drives, but some have quicker triggers than others.)

Boz is a goofy, flop-in-your-lap, teen-aged dog who has absorbed our professional trainer’s guidance…an eager student and sweet-natured guy. As far as we’re concerned, Boz is just about perfect, and we are honored to help him find his home!

Please note that we require a fenced yard for Boz.

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.