at NBR, believe that a Boxer is just about the perfect
friend. However, he or she will demand a lot from
you. They'll rely on you for nearly everything;
food, water, shelter, protection, training, exercise,
grooming, veterinary care, and of course love and
companionship. While it is important to choose the
right Boxer for your needs, it is equally important to
ensure that you can meet theirs. You must prepare
for their arrival, and make them a well-mannered and
welcome member of your community. The
responsibilities of being a guardian of any dog are
great, but the love and friendship you'll receive in
return is priceless.
We are always in need of foster
THE ADOPTION PROCESS:
Applicants are not matched on a first come, first served
basis. On average, it takes between 3 weeks to 3 months to
adopt a Rescue Boxer, depending on your personal
circumstances and flexibility.
example; If you are looking for a young female, who is
good with other dogs, cats, and small kids, please know
that yours will be a hard application to fill and could
take several months.
get over one hundred applications a week. Matching
Boxers suitable for placement with younger children, other
dogs, cats, and special needs, yours and theirs, increases
the application review time and adoption time. We are all
volunteers and are doing the best we can with the
resources we have, please be patient.
We hope you feel that the right
Boxer is worth waiting for.
FOR 2015 CALENDAR MODELS! ITS NOT TOO
LATE... GET YOUR DOG IN THE 2015
BOXER RESCUE CALENDAR NOW!
OK, they're both boxers
and way cute, that's easy to
say. They both have black
noses, true. Both of them
love treats (you'll have to
take my word on that one).
Both are very handsome and
well behaved, but what else?
One is black, the other is
white, so it's not color....
HOW YOU CAN HELP
NBR is a Non-Profit organization, your
donations and volunteers are the only thing that
allows us to help our current animals and dogs
waiting to come into rescue. Please continue to
There are many ways
to help. We are all volunteers, and we
appreciate any assistance you can provide.
There have been
several misconceptions that have been brought to
our attention regarding Northeastern Boxer Rescue.We will
address these inaccurate comments one at a time,
since it is important that people have a better
understanding of our rescue program.
Tuck has been living in
kennels for 3 years..... Sadly, we have
not found appropriate
foster or permanent
home for him. The
most disheartening thing
about this situation is
that he has the potential to be
wonderful a dog, but he
can not seem to get a
Unfortunately boarding costs
are expensive and they
are draining our bank
you cannot help us by taking
Tuck into your
home, please help pay for
his expenses until
suitable placements can be
found. We often
take in dogs hard to place
and never give up on the. Every one of these
types of dogs would have been killed
if NBR did not take them
into our rescue program. We
feel that all of their lives
have meaning and we are
proud that we saved
them. You can share in that
pride by doing whatever you
can to help.
of WINSLOW For those
who have followed Winslow's
quest will to overcome all odds
in the past and for those who
haven't.. this boy will forever
touch your heart. Winslow
defines rescue, he will be
deeply missed and forever in our
worst news, my... our,
Winnie is gone. This is
the 50th time I've
started this letter and
the 50th time I break
down before reaching the
end of this sentence....