Mars (blue collar, brindle with white feet and chest) and Ares (orange collar, bridle with two white back toes and a white star on his chest) are 5 year old 50 Ibs. boxer/lab mixes. They have lived all their life with each other and don't really like to be apart. Especially Mars, he gets really worried when he's separated from his brother. Even more seriously, they both don't like being away from their human family. After living with their first family for 5 years, they developed separation anxiety after moving to their new one. They have been with their new family for 4 months and whom of which are away from home for 8+ hours a day frequently. When they are away for only a few hours, Mars and Ares have no problems, as long as they are exercised for 20+ minutes. They deal with being alone by chewing, most of the time on plastic and despite lots of toys, things they aren't supposed to. They used the bathroom in the house, but usually only if their human family are away for more than 4 hours. They both get along with their adoptive 9 Ibs. cat sister and adoptive 100 Ibs. Golden Newfie sister very well and previous family had children. They love to run, especially Mars. Ares usually just lopes after Mars, but Mars runs with a purpose. They can jump a 6ft fence but since they currently are on a farm, they have plenty of room to run without a desire to escape. They don't like to be in a cages and destroyed their metal crates within a couple weeks. They mostly like to sleep and cuddle all day, but will play outside all day if you let him. They're both fully vaccinated, micro-chipped, and neutered.