We are dedicated volunteers that open our homes to abandoned, neglected, and injured Boxers. We are an “in-home” rescue and do not operate a brick and mortar kennel facility. Some of our rescued Boxers are placed in temporary “foster homes” which allows us to learn about their needs, personality and temperament. We can then communicate those needs to our prospective adopters to establish a baseline that will ultimately help us determine adopter/Boxer compatibility.
Most of our volunteers have full time jobs but find the time to schedule and transport our rescued Boxers to local veterinary clinics. Our volunteers review applications and perform home visits. Our volunteers transport surrendered and rescued Boxers around New Mexico. Our volunteers also spend many days and nights in our local veterinary emergency clinics.
Our volunteers face death for those Boxers that have been in our hospice care. Our volunteers also attend our adoption events twice a month. Bottom Line: Our volunteers are instrumental in the journey of our rescued boxers and we could not do what we do without their support and dedication. Every one of our volunteers plays a very important part in a rescued Boxer’s “happily ever after”.