just surfed by to your excellent site. have two boxer pups shannon and ella sisters 3 months old. keep up the good work!!!!
I think it is wonderful that you care so much for these wonderful dogs and try to place them in good homes. I have two of my own. We definetly need more people like this!
I adopted my first boxer, "Schultz", two years ago from Ursula. He was skin & bones at the time, sick with kennel cough, and had just been separated from his brother the day before (he was adopted first). Schultz seemed to pick me out rather than the other way around. He leaned against me right away and stared at me with the most pleading look he could muster. That was all it took to convince me I couldn't leave there without him.
Today he is a gorgeous, perfectly behaved gentleman. He goes to my office with me everyday (I work for a small software company) where he is the center of attention.
It hasn't been an easy road, as he does suffer from separation axiety and food allergies, however I wouldn't trade this experience for anything in the world. He is the best dog I have ever had, and I can see the appreciation in his face everday for the second chance he has been given. As soon as I move to a larger home, I plan to adopt a "sister" for him. Thank you Ursula!
It is so bad that we live in the Netherlands, so we are probably to far, because we want to adopt. We have now a 1 year old streamed brown boxer named Flappie ( it is a dutch name for big ears). We are crazy about him and we are thinking about taking a second. It is so sad to see all these boxers. I hope they will find a nice place to live cause they deserve it!!!
I adopted Jenny from Bay Area Boxer Rescue, and was told that she had been a special baby to Ursula. If you would like updates on her, I would be more than proud (as any mother is) to tell you all about her adventures. I would like any additional information that you may have regarding her becoming a "rescue" baby. All that I know is that she used to live with an Australian Shepherd, and for some reason she lifts her leg like a male and marks her territory, it's a hoot! Please write to me.
Great site !! I have a male brindle boxer that I rescued a year ago from the League for Animal Welfare in Batavia, Ohio. He is almost 2 and he's a great dog !! Boxers are my favorite and I was glad to adopt him. I highly recommend adoption and my dog is living proof that you can have a wonderful, loving, companion through adoption.
We really enjoyed looking at the pretty pups. We would like more information about the adoption process.
PLEASE SEND ME INFORMATION ON RESCUES FOR THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, PERFERRIBLY SOUTH JERSEY
We adopted a brindle male, 5 years ago from Ursula! At the time, we lived in Long Beach. Well, T-Rex is doing very well after 5 years. He has been the best! He is the happiest, most spoiled boy. He loves sleeping in bed, with his head on a pillow, taking long walks, and loves car rides. When we first saw him, he was only 35lbs. Ursula wouldn't recognize this beautiful 65lb boy compared to 5 years ago. We only hope we have another 5 years with him!
Hello, Last year in December we adopted a boxer by the name of Lexie. She has been a joy. I also helped out at the Pomona fair grounds back in April for the pet show. My husband and I also donated a dog run back in August. We are very much interested in helping out in the year 2000. A while back you mentioned something about picking up stray boxers and holding them until someone from boxer rescue could come and pick them up. Could you give or send some more information on that. We would also like to volunteer this year at the pet show in Pomona.
We have 2 very spoiled boxers, they are the joy of our lives. Our male brindle boxer is "Mulder" and he is the baby of the family at 70Lbs. and still growing. Our female is "Scully" and she is just a sweatheart. She mines so well and is a lover and she is the one we adopted from you.
We wish you a "Happy New Year" we are very much interested in helping out. Please let us know.
Jim,Sylvia,Mulder and Scully