All of the dogs that come into the charity are first of all vet checked and assessed. It is important to us that the right home is found for each dog so we operate a waiting list system of potential homes, all of which have been home or vet checked, in order that when the right dog and right home can be matched the dogs spend as short a time in foster care as possible.
All of the dogs in the picture have been rehomed in the last year.
If you are interested in adoption please read the adoption notes below and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss adopting a rescue boxer.
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 procedures 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 complete 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 £250 - £400 (dependent on age etc)
We ask that you are patient with us as not all the dogs in our care may be 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. All adopters must become charity members for the lifetime of the dog, and we encourage that they keep the charity updated as to how the boxer is settling in. We like to see pictures and news of the boxers we rehome whilst leaving the new owners to enjoy their new family member, but we are always there for guidance and support where needed.
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.