The way we work is, firstly dogs are vet checked and anything that needs to be done or updated is, such as vaccines etc. Then, they are assessed and we go through our forms to see who matches the dogs needs, such as some dogs may not be suited to be in homes to which have other dogs etc. We then contact those who are suitable and go from there. So therefore, if you have not been contacted yet, then you do not match the current dogs needs which are in our care, but would be contacted if/when you do.
Harry was in a terrible state when he came to us, with his twin brother, but boy did they fight, so we rehomed them seperately, so now Harry is enjoying a retired life near the sea and get visits and walks from the granchildren. He soon made his mark and changed from being a foster to a failed foster and got adopted x
Billy, now Jaffa
Jaffa came in to my home like an explosion, being
such a young pup. But he soon found his forever home with previous boxer owners who had the year before lost their beloved boxer. He stole their hearts and destroyed most of their home but they love him to bits and came back for more as you will see above...(Bella) x
Bracken was quite a sad case when she came to us, she had been shared by a few breeders and then sent to our rescue when she was no longer needed for breeding purposes. We had Bracken spayed and all her vaccinations, worm, flea, kennel cough brought up to date. She now lives with another CSDBR boxer, Niall, they adore each other and are adored by their owners, very spoilt as it should be x
In December 2018 I decided that we were ready to give a boxer a forever home. I contacted a rescue centre and the lady asked me the following day if I would take a dog over xmas. I was shocked but said yes, this dog was not checked in any way etc. However having rushed around and got everything ready I heard nothing. I called...nothing. In Jan I called and was told the dog didnt come in...thanks for letting me know ! This happened 3 times and then I looked at the Cornwall and South Devon Boxer Rescue. I completed a form, contacted a week later, was home checked by the lovely Deb and Logan xx and then offered Mickey. Well Mickey is mad, boxer mad, he is amazing, he makes us laugh non stop. He is big and an idiot but thats what we wanted. He is the most beautiful boy and I want to say THANK YOU to Angie and everyone at CSDBR. What you do is amazing and you are very caring. I would never contact the other centre again. Having found you, you now hold a special place in our hearts. Thank you all so much XXXXXX
My name is Maddie and my Mummy and Papa adopted me from Cornwall and South Devon Boxer Rescue. Their 12 year old dog Boris died and my humans didn't think they'd ever have another dog. All that has changed thanks to CSDBR. I am the best thing thats happened to them in years. I am adorable, loved so much and I give wonderful kisses and cuddles! At first, I was terrified of a ball and didn't know how to play with toys, all that changed and I'm so happy. After 5 months, I barked for the first time last week and scared myself so much I ran indoors! Thank you so much Lynsey and Angie at CSDBR for making us all so happy xx
Very happy to say that Jenny is very
settled in her new forever foster home, she has a new best friend Tom to love and care for her. Thank you so much to Tom and his family for taking on Jenny and giving her the perfect home she needed.
We will miss Jenny as she has been with us a while and has been such a pleasure to have around.
Hope to catch up with you at a boxer meet sometime.
Good Luck Jenny and have a happy new life.
Dowson was adopted by Philip and Lewis in 2014, on one of his stays with our welfare officer, he met Poppy and the two got on really well. Philip had been wanting a friend for Dowson for sometime and just had to win Lewis around. Poppy returned to Exeter with Dowson after his stay and soon won Lewis over, fitting into ther lives perfectly. A few days later they asked if they could adopt her.
We know she'll have an amazing life and so much fun with Dowson. Thank you Philip and Lewis we couldn't wish for a better future for her.
KC has been rehomed and is a forever foster. This is due to his cruciate ligament being damaged and the repair work was not done when it happened several years ago, meaning he would be uninsurable so the charity pays for his medical care for life.
KC has gone off to his forever home with Tom, Jade, and Mylo. Thank you for giving this fantastic boy the home he deserves.
Buddy all settled in his new forever home, his new owners say it's like he's always been there. We are so pleased for Buddy, he's one lucky boy.
If anyone is interested in rehoming one of our wonderful boxers, please fill out a home finder form. This form can be found on the forms section of our website on the home page.