re: buster thank all of you who contacted me a bout buster we found him a great home and lots a room to play he even has a friend to play with i know he will be happy thank you tani
We are very excited to see an organization that commits itself to helping boxers. Thank You.
I haven't put my name, I want to be as ananymous as possible. I'm sure you've heard this story before thousands of times, but there is a Boxer living not too far from where I live. He is living in very neglectful, sad circumstances. He gets out regularly, and I'm afraid he may one day get hit. He's a very sweet, boy who's starved for affection, and he's only about a year old. If the people ever agreed to give him up, would it be possible for you possibly help him get adopted????????? P.S. These people had a very beautiful Golden Retriever that died at 4 years of age, and I hope this little guy is not headed the same way. Thank you for even bothering to read this email, I just felt that I wanted to at least make an attempt at helping out. The man who owns the dog feels that he is a piece of propery.
I miss my boxer. Erika and I had just adopted her from a young friend and his family, who over the course of several months had been drawn into the slavery of meth addiction. This family knew they were so deeply dependant on "glass" that they couldn't give a boxer-littlegirl the kind of love she needed. We left the darkness of their garage that day with the most loving and compassionate spirit I would ever know. She kept the name she had grown into over the seven months of her life. I remember running and playing, training her to recognise authority, firm commands and her soft sigh. It was the day I fell in love with her. Before this day began, I would have dismissed the sentimentality that causes people to call their dogs "their childeren" as pitiful and maybe it is, but; I don't think so anymore. It was durring this realisation when two very gentle figures, determined and apprihensive in there approch smiled. The oldman slightly ahead of his wife were both smilling, more open and freely than I had ever seen strangers smile. oI began to see wouldn't
Hello, I'm looking for information as where to purchase and affordable boxer puppy. Could you please point me in the right direction. Thank you. Ron
I just wanted to thank Ursula for being of great help to me earlier. In mid-March I lost my Boxer pup. Her name is Mercy....she is fawn in color, white chest, black mask, and a white spot right next to the right side of her nose. She was wearing a pink collar and did have the microchip implanted. Her michrochip number is 061029349. She was lost in the Palmdale, Ca area. If anyone sees her or finds her...PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE contact BRLA so they can in turn contact me.
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You have an amazing site! My husband and I are looking to adopt an adult boxer and a puppy. We are so looking forward to it. Thanks for all your amazing work!!!
I just wanted to thank Ursula for my first boxer. My father Mike Boffo adopted Rocky in 95 and he passed away in 97. Ever since Rocky I have rescued only boxers. Anna Robinson
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I really enjoy coming to this web site, and reading diffarnt storys about how Boxers have touched peoples lives. Soon I will have the chance to rescue a Boxer from you, and get to share my story with others too! Thanks Dawn.
IF ANYONE OWNS A OLDER FEMALE BOXER BY OR FORMALLY BY THE NAME OF DUCHESS PLEASE CONTACT ME.
I am looking for a boxer that will be ok around my young grandchildren. They have a boxer at home that is very gentle. I might be interested in providing a foster home. Where can I see some of the Boxers that are available for a foster home or adoption?
I WOULD LOVE YOU TO HELP ME FIND A HOME FOR MY DOG THANK YOU
WELL I JUST FINISHED FILLING OUT AN ADOPTION APPLACATION..MAYBE WE CAN START ADOPTING AND HELP THESE BELOVED BOXERS.I WILL START DONATIONS TO BOXER RESCUE I DID TODAY AT THE TORRANCE RUMMAGE SALE.WE WILL GIVE AS OFTEN AS WE CAN TO HELP WITH ALL OF THE COSTS FOR THESE POOR BOXERS.HOW CAN ANYONE PART WITH THEIR COMPANIONS...?
I would love to add our boxers picture to the happy ending page. We adopted her from you almost two years ago! Tell me how to put her on the page>
I have 2 boxers, a 3 yr old flashy fawn named Gracie, and now a 9 week old white boxer puppy named George. I could not imagine life without a boxer in it. These are the most creative, imaginative, loving, playful, loyal dogs in existence. When I brought George home a week ago, Gracie was dubious at first, but now loves him completely (though she has learned that she should eat her dinner in one sitting, because if she walks away, George finishes it for her). If he gets too rambunctious, she simply throws a leg or two over him and pins him in a half-nelson until he calms down. She even shares her toys with him (Amazing, since her full name is "Princess Gracie the Spoiled). It is beyond me how anyone could ever abuse or abandon a boxer (or any dog for that matter). Boxers are so loyal and loving. And they have incredibly expressive faces! They may not speak our language, but they have no problem conveying whatever message they want us to know.
Would like to adopt a Boxer its just my wife and I now thekids are gone off to college most of thew year .We have a 2 year old grandson so we have to have very mild mannered dog that does not bite.We unfortunately had to put our dog to sleep last year then out other dog missed the dog we had put sleep she got sick and died soon after she was prety old Thanks Jim
I wanted to share a story about our beloved Sierra. She was just a pup when we bought her from a breeder in Marion, NC. Our friends had bought two from the same breeder, so we felt we were going to get a healthy boxer. Sierra was a wonderful puppy- she did all of the usual things- played, ate, slept, and chewed shoes. We loved her sooooo much and she slept with our son every night for 3 years. She was protective of him, always had her eye on him outside while he would play. We then moved to Colorado. We lived here for about a year and a half when she became extremely ill. She broke out with a rash that covered her entire body. She shook all the time. She cringed when we would try to love on her because her skin hurt so bad. The sores would grow on top of more sores until she was one huge scab. We took her to several doctors who did everything from thyroid tests to change of diet to finally, huge doses of prednisone. The pred. worked for a short while and then the rash came back, full forced. We are trying everything not to have to put her to sleep because she is part of our family. The other day, she fell over from a seizure. I suppose it wasn't her first because we have had to start putting her outside a lot more and don't see her as much. She has colonitis from the prednisone and has had terrible accidents in the house and she sheds these aweful scabs and clumps of hair in the house which has become a problem, so we have to leave her outside. She doesn't get the attention she once did because she is so sick and it is sometimes hard to stomach even looking at her. We have come to the conclusion after a year of battling this that it is time to put her down. We will likely do it next week and the whole family is so sad that we pace around her trying to figure out what to do about her. We love her intensely. We have tried modern medicine, we have tried holistic medicine. We have prayed for her, we have cried over her. We don't know what is more selfish...keeping her alive because we love her so much...or, putting her to sleep because we love her so much. I want to just say this to others: The breeder that we bought her from mass produced puppies with a male dog that looked like he was one foot in the grave. They had several females and one male that impregnated all of the females. The pen they lived in was covered in feces and the puppies all smelt terribly because they had been raised in this pen with unsanitary conditions. Sierra had to have several baths when we first got her to get the smell off. This is something we should have been hesitant about. We should have left there after seeing this without buying a puppy from them. We are left with heartache now because, likely, these people were terrible breeders. We think that she was imbred too many times down the blood line. SIerra was mostly a white boxer with a few brindle spots. Please be weary of boxer breeders. Be weary of the boxers that are prodominately white. White boxers have a history of health problems. Thanks for listening to me air. ~Stephanie~
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My ladie is a fawn,7 yrs old,and very flashy(very spoiled)and my third boxer
My family has invited a boxer puppy into our home about 5 weeks ago. His name is Jax and he is now 14 weeks old. I'm on the hunt for any and all information I can get about this breed.
my name is tonya and i have just lost my bestfriend of 13 years ,my boxers name is gaia it means mother earth.she was my life..we never spent a day apart she was always by my side,and still is.gaia touched many peoples lives,she is what love is,worth living.gaia will always be in my heart and in my live....just wanted to say goodbye.... may 19th about 9;15am im laying on the couch ,on the other couch is my friend andy and my mom and gaia..gaia got up from the couch came over to me and gave me a kiss,so i was talking to her about needing some lovin we gave each other kisses ,then she went back to lay down next to andy and my mom.andy said to "gaia that was a loud hiccup",i got up ran to her she hiccuped again ,more like a gasp of air.i picked her up, put her in my arms and ran outside,she had started to let go of her body.gaia took two more deep breaths and then died in my arms,i tried to save her,my heart was broken.i held her for along while crying.it has been the saddest day in my live.i miss gaia very much. gaia is now in albuqerque n.m in my parents back yard.her home and mine.....so what happens now..maybe someday i will have another chance to share my life with a tri colored runt of the litter female boxer again.dont have money but i do have alot of love.just wanted to plant a seed out there for anyone to water.on my way back to denver alone..i miss you gaia
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I am looking to adopt a Boxer (pup if possible) or a young Boxer that could easily adapt to my home in Montrose. I live alone and the Boxer would be indoors in the evenings, have ample yard also for out door exorcize.
We adopeted a boxer, actually we rescued a boxer from the pound. We brought him home, he attacked out Beagle and we were afraid that we just couldn't keep him. We decided to return him to a Rescue shelter, as we packed up his kennel and toys, we were unable to put him into the car due to his loving disposition and attitude towards my husband and I. We instead went to the yellow pages and researched for three hours on trainer and obedience schools. Some trainers were accepting to our bringing him to their facility to give us a consultation, some were just throwing tuition figures out fro so much training for so many weeks. SOme just plain didn't answer the phone or return our calls, to this day. AFter speaking to several people who just didn't seem like they could reassure us that our efforts would be put to good use, JJ ANINMAL Training aswered the phone and said she would come to us, to our environment and train our wild boy. She also said she would continue to come untill he was fully trained. Jody came to our house three times a week and had hour sessions with our bad boy, who now not only loves our Beagle but he is perfectly obedient and has overcome an amazing transformation. Jody sold us with her training when she showed us her portfolio which has a picture of her walking a Syberian Tiger next to a pasture of horses. SHe has amazing experience in training all animals including exotic birds and animals. WE are indebted to her for allowing us to keep this amazing creature as a family memeber, and he no longer has to sleep in a kennel, where he has been for over a year. Before that he was bascicaly shunned in backyard,after backyard, with owners just not having the patience or resources to work with him. He is so happy! What I am trying to say is, if you go to a rescue shelter, and your just not sure about a big lug of a dog that just so happens to pull at your heart strings, it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks. Our KAiser came to us at 6 years old and he behaves as if he has been here all of his life. If you would like to reach jody, you can reach her