We adopted Molly on 7-1-05 from a supposed rescue. We found her on pet finder and immediately fell in love with her. The ad read: 18 month old boxer girl house trained, altered,all shots and loves to ride in the car. Good in the house and excellent temperament, a gentle boxer . ONE of these was true. Molly as sick and afraid as she has been has not once shown any type of aggression, she is gentle. She was so afraid that she never left her blanket except to go out side (reluctantly). She has seen 2 different Vets and has alot of physical issues. She is approx 4 years old , had multiple litters, had both ears infected, high fever, pancreatitus and tons of hook and whip worms.I paid a premium price (400)to adopt MOlly but I felt it would help the rescue. So far my vet bills are over 400.00. I need to get her shots (rabies etc)once she is over all this other stuff. I was given no records when we picked her up . I have since learned from a legitimate boxer rescue(who happen to be some of the most wonderful and caring people), that this is a puppy mill thinly disguised as a rescue. It should have tipped me off when I saw so many pure bred dogs along with the others. Poor Molly was so sick and scared. Well needless to say We love her and she is in the best of hands with us. Beware there are many dedicated people doing rescue work but then there are the others.