Tyson is 9 yrs old. He is neutered and has had regular innoculations throughout his life.
Sadly for Tyson, his owner passed away and he is now looking for a forever loving home.
He is currently on temp foster and is mixing so well with the family. He adores the children and greets them all enthusiastically.
Laid back and happy to chill in the home, but enjoys a good bound about the garden with a ball or two.
Tyson is non reactive when greeting other dogs, although his size is a little off putting to other doggies as he is a stunning example of a boxer.
NO HEALTH problems other than a little stiff on his back legs which most 9 yr olds have.
We would love him to be adopted as with no obv health issues he will give many more years yet of love and companionship. Walks very well on the harness.
Leroy currently lives with a family and a young child. He is a very happy lad, but is strong on a lead and the owner cannot exercise him as much as she thinks Leroy deserves.
He is Neutered, up to date innocs and microchipped and a very good lad in the home.
He has never been very happy around other doggies and loves you all to himself.
He adores his toys and cuddles and loves.
Anyone would be proud to have him in their lives and he adores driving in the car.
Leroy does have dermatitis which is managed with a gluten free diet and regular flea treatments. The charity will continue to pay for his medication regarding this condition only.
Boxers end up in our care for numerous reasons but never through any fault of their own. More often than not it's due to changes in a family's circumstances, work commitments or sadly because their owners didn't realise what a Boxer requires of them.
We are often asked what food we recommend. Burgess Sensitive is a fab food we use it for all our rescues in foster. It is a great start for those icky tummies and a great nutritional food for boxers in general. A sack will last 1 whole month for an average 33kg dog. please follow link.
Many thanks for considering a rescue boxer dog.
If you would like to rehome a boxer, please contact us using the form, or phone us and we will go through the proceedures with you.
We will carry out a homecheck and go through our homecheck form with you, although there is one on the site that you can print off and go through yourselves. If a homecheck is not possible due to location, we will endeavour to get someone from another rescue to homecheck you or have a vet reference.
At the time of adoption we ask for a non refundable standard donation fee of £170.
We ask that you are patient with us as not all the dogs in our care are suitable for your situation, but will endeavour to find the right dog for you. We do have contacts with other charities that also have lovely boxers needing homes and are always willing to work closely with them for the sake of the boxers.
We work really hard and spend a lot of time and effort to ensure that all dogs are rehomed into loving and suitable homes.
This is what we are here for.
Just to let you know, we will pass on any information as we have it regarding how the boxer is settling. But wish people to rest assured that we do keep in touch with the new owners and report back every so often if requested. We do check in on the boxer regularly, but believe in leaving the new owners to enjoy their new charges and always being there for guidance and support when needed.