MARTA NETTLEFIELD OF BOXER RESCUE IN ALBERTA GAVE US YOUR WEB SITE ADDRESS WE LOVE YOUR PICTURES AND INFORMATION.THANKS THE AMEY'S
Please let me know about how to adopt from Boxer Rescue--What are the costs? What are the requirements? Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Thank You!!
THERE IS A BOXER IN THE ANIMAL CONTROL IAM GOING TO TRY TO ADOPT I THINK THERE IS A 72HR. HOLD AFTER BEING FOUND HE WAS DATED FRIDAY THE 9TH SO HE SOULD BE AVAILABLE WED. BECAUSE SUN. WOULDNT COUNT . HE IS A REAL SWEETHEART. BUT DONT TAKE ME OFF THE ADOPTSON LIST JUST YET HIS OWNERS MAY FIND HIM. THANK YOU BETTY
I just lost my boxer Holly of 9 years to cancer in October 2000. The loss still has me in disbelief, but Holly enters my mind or I talk about her I am always smiling and talking about er with a lift in my voice. I couldn't imagine another breed of dog to have such personality, independance and so bonding. I have treid to contact Boxer Rescue in SD and have never gotten a response. I would like give a boxer a great home, I search the adoption pages but could use your assistance and offer mine.
Two yrs. ago I adopted Cameo from Boxer Rescue. My vet had her brought to Vancouver and after only one visit I was sucked right in. She was overweight and hyper when I saw her at the vets. No way was that dog coming home with me! She jump kissed your face and raced, leaping over furniture, hated all other dogs and chased anything small that moved. My vet (smart lady that she is) asked me to please do her a favor and at least walk the dog, so I did. After a 45 min. walk, we had bonded and there was no way that I could leave without her.
She no longer jumps up to kiss faces, but is still her exuberant self. We did obedience training and she did quite well. We still need to work on some commands and she's on what looks to be a permanent diet. She weighs 80lbs and is a large boned dog. Our whole family and neighbors love her to death, we hope she has a long, happy life as a member of our family...
If she wasn't an "only dog" we would have a friend and companion for her!
Thanks so much boxer rescue, if my vet wasn't so smart I would never have had another dog let alone the perfect dog we have now. fran.
Dear Ursula and Associated Volunteers,
In January 1992 we adopted a little female fawn from Boxer Rescue in LA. My son (he was 2 at the time) named her "Puppy". By October of 1992 we were back and adopted a huge brindle male...this one he named "Big Dog". Both are now deceased (we lost our last one in August 2000) and we have a big empty space in our hearts and our home.
Now, 9 years after that first adoption, we're coming back. All the way from Phoenix this time. All of us with high hopes of gaining a new family member..(or 2) Ha-Ha!
Thank you so much for caring about, and saving these dogs, that have added sooooo much love and laughter to our lives....
We are forever grateful for you all!
Jennifer, Graham (now 11) and Grayson.....
We adopted a brother and sister from your organization the end of last summer. Thanks to Ursula's time showing us dogs that she felt would fit into our horse life style, I have two of the most wonderful companions at the ranch. We will be forwarding pictures of their new life to be included in your happy endings asap. Thanks again for our new family members. teri cagle
I am so glad I found this website! I recently was blessed by an 8 week old, abused but full of love, boxer. Unfortunately he was abused very badly, but fortunalely for him and I, I found him wandering around. His name is Denali. I have had him now for almost 3 months and he has changed my life. My fiance, and everyone else who has ever met him absolutely adores him. He has changed my life and I cannot imagine not having him. I truly beleive that dogs know when they have been rescued. I cannot tell you enough how wonderful he is and how much we love him.