in 1977 by Ursula Sauthier out of a love for the breed and a
fierce determination to improve the conditions of these homeless
animals. We received non-profit status in 1997. Over the last
many decades, Ursula and her volunteers have saved and placed thousands of Boxers. About 700-800 Boxers find homes through BRLA each year. Our goal has always been to save Boxers and place
them in loving homes that understand the requirements of the
breed. These dogs deserve love and attention, regular exercise,
and a bed to sleep inside the home each night.
While in the
temporary care of Boxer Rescue LA, dogs are spayed or neutered, given vaccinations, microchipped
and provided any other medical attention if required. They are fed, exercised,
and loved until we find the right human companion for them. Dogs are evaulated to determine the best potential home situation.
Our placement coordinators carefully screen potential pet owners
to ensure that they are the right match for each dog. Boxers
consider themselves a family member and need to be treated as
such. In return, you will receive unconditional love, a loyal
companion, and lots of laughs from these four-legged comedians.