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Meet Our Rescued Boxers

We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Donations of any amount are welcome. Your generosity is what keeps us able to rescue abandoned Boxers and provide them with a second chance at life.

Boxers in Need of Forever Homes

Meet our loving rescues who are looking for their new forever families. These pups are currently being cared for by wonderful folks who have agreed to open their homes to provide a stable environment to help them flourish.


Nora - Is Looking For Her Forever Home!

We’d like you to meet Nora.  She is a flashy brindle female born March of 2016 in Bremen Germany. She is not spayed and we are in the process of scheduling that very soon.  She is about 60 pounds, microchipped and is current on vaccines.   She is described as active and loving, but she can be reactive to other animals and small toddlers. She is blind in one eye due to a soft palate injury/infection at age 3.  There have been no other health issues and is routinely cared for at Del Norte Animal Clinic.  She does not have any destructive habits and can sleep in a crate or on the bed with her owner. She’s happy with her daily walk or playing fetch in the yard and in true Boxer fashion will not bring it back to you. She really enjoys movies & snuggles with her owner.

A re-home is necessary due to her current owner's age and extensive shoulder surgery requiring more than a year long recovery.

She is a good sleeper in bed with her humans which  include pet sitters watching her for only a couple of days. She craves attention and bonds quickly to whomever is taking care of her.

If you are interested in learning more about Nora, please contact us.

Oliver - Is Looking For His Forever Home!

Hi, my name is Oliver (although my foster mom calls me Ollie).  I am a boxer mix that was rescued after being found as a stray in Valencia county.  They think I’m probably about 6 months old.  I was pretty scared of everything at first and just wanted to hide, but I’m learning that the world isn’t so bad.  My foster brother has been teaching me that walks are fun.  I also like play time with him, but only if I get to be in charge.  My foster mom says says my name should be Chewbacca because of how I sound when I play. I like squeaky toys and snuggling on the couch when I’m done playing. My foster mom said that school would probably help me build my confidence too. And she says that since I like cookies, I will probably learn fast.  I already know how to use the doggy door and sit for cookies.  I like to use my big boy bark when I see the neighbors or the mailman, but if you come in, I’ll warm up to you pretty quick.  While I’m glad I’m off the street, I’d love to meet my fur-ever family.  Let’s meet!

If you are interested in learning more about Oliver, please contact us.

Rosie & Daisy - We Found Homes For Both!

Rosie Has Been Adopted And Daisy May Be Also!

Hi all. We are on another emergency need for these two sisters. They are just under a year old and are needing a foster or permanent home. Neither of them are currently spayed so we will take care of that once we can find them a place. They are located on farm land and like to chase the livestock which is a problem for them. The livestock gets stressed out with these two although they are not aggressive with them. The concern is that neighbors would not like it if they got on their property and they would be in danger. We are hoping to get them out by this weekend.

Rosie is the boxer with dot on her head and Daisy is the other one. They are crate trained and house broken (although we always advise new owners/fosters to help them acclimate within the first few weeks). They are currently not updated on their shots. There is a clinic this Sunday at Pet Vet Market in Albuquerque this weekend where we start their vaccinations.

Rosie and Daisy are both shy and fairly quiet. Rosie is more open to new people while Daisy takes a little more time to know someone. They normally sleep in a pen outside in the barn (but again, they are allowed inside too). They are both attached to each other but we are not necessarily looking to adopt them out together.