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AABR recently received a grant from the ASPCA Philly RAP for $2,050.  Thanks to the hard work and good relationship of AABR Philadelphia, PA area volunteer Colleen Kane, this grant will help AABR rescue and care for many of the dogs coming for the Philly area. 

Philadelphia, PA is one of the ASPCA's targeted Mission Orange Sites. You can read more about it by clicking on the link below:

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Taking an easy dog from someone who has to move and rehoming him/her is not a huge challenge. The challenge is transporting and caring for dogs like Marshall, Dude, and Hutch, Stella, Lucy, Mya and Hooch, Eve, Fred, Nick and now Mikey. The challenge is finding the funds to help the dogs in need of medical care.

Thatıs where YOU come in. We need donations to cover the medical bills for these special dogs. Remember we get no public or private funding. We rely on adoption fees and your donations to cover our expenses. 

Please read: Adopt A Boxer Rescue is going GREEN
We are going GREEN because we care for the EARTH, and we also want all your contributions to go to the care of the dogs and not administrative costs such as paper and postage stamps.  Each year, AABR prints out and mails donation THANK YOUs along with contribution TAX letters to our many contributors.  We would like to do this through email, which will save us a lot of money.  When you "MAIL" your donation to us using a check, please add your email to the memo portion on the check.  You will receive your Thank You/TAX letter via email.  Thanks!
Want to really "rescue" a boxer?
  1. Please, if you our considering adoption, and you really want to "rescue" a boxer, start your search at the bottom of the available dogs section (white background with paw prints).  There are some great dogs there and they have been with us the longest.  (Please don't go to the yellow section below the available dogs... These dogs have already been adopted and found their forever homes! Yeah!)
  2. We at AABR don't shy from challenges and hope that you support us in our endeavor.  Whether they are dogs with medical issues or behavior challenges, by your support you obviously agree with our mission to give each dog a second chance.  We have many adoption applications requesting the perfect boxer.  But if per chance you are up to rescuing a boxer that will require a little extra TLC, or maybe requires a strong leader to bring out the best in it, please fill out an adoption application and then contact us, mention that you read this, and let us know you are interested in rescuing one of our special boxers.
  3. And if per chance you yourself are starting to show a little gray in your hair or mustache, maybe you can relate to some of our slightly graying boxers.  It's the rare individual today that can see the gold in those senior dogs that through no fault of their own are in need of a forever home.  Those individuals who have adopted our older boxers have a special knowledge of the rewards that only rescuing an older boxer brings.  And consider what would happen to your older boxer should you not be able to care for them.  You would want some good home to step up and care for them... Wouldn't you? 
  4. Email AABR Special Adoptions...  I'm up for it! and tell us where you're located, and which "Special" boxer you are interested in.  See are Then and Now section for some follow ups.
 
AABR is in urgent need of foster homes!

AABR has several dogs right now in need of a foster home.  Many of these dogs are waiting in kennels.  Sadly, we have had to turn away many boxers that are in danger in shelters because we simply have nowhere for them to go.  Around holidays and vacation times our need is even greater. 

If you have adopted or fostered for us before, please consider helping one of our dogs in need of foster to get them out of the kennel and into a home.  If you have not yet been approved, just submit an online foster application. (The foster app is the same form as the adoption app... Just check off the box that says you would like to Foster). If you can not foster at this time, please consider sponsoring one of our dogs to help with their kennel bills.

Our boxers need you - foster homes are what allows us to save their lives!  Beryl, spotlighted below, is just one of our boxers in need of a foster home - look for the Needs Foster Home above the pictures of our available dogs to see others looking for a foster family! 

Needs Foster Home

Beryl

Beryl has been in the kennel since February and we would love to be able to find a foster or forever home for this sweet girl.  Beryl would do best in a home as any only dog.  Please offer to foster or adopt Beryl - she doesn't deserve to be in boarding for this long and would love nothing more than to get into her own home.

 

 
Needs Foster Home

Scarlet
02/26/14  Meet Ms Scarlet

Scarlet so deserves a home to call her own.  Please help us help Scarlet.

She's been at the shelter for too long and has become a favorite of the staff. She came in as a stray after eluding rescuers for two weeks in a field. She was real skinny when caught, but started wiggling her butt as soon as she knew she was safe.

The shelter named her Scarlet and they have given her wonderful accommodations up close to the front desk in a room with a couch and coffee table. She has a bunch of toys which she was quite willing to share with the AABR volunteers that came to meet her.

She's a little boxer and was quite active mugging for pictures and happy for the attention she was getting. One volunteer gave her a home made dog bed which she immediately took to and posed for additional pictures.

She doesn't mind passing other dogs, but would rather not have them in her face and lets them know that. For that reason, we thing that Scarlet would do best without other dogs. We are pretty sure that given the right circumstances she could learn to appreciate the company of another low key dog, but it would take some work. The shelter staff says that she has been good with all visitors, young and old, but she was taken in as a stray, and we have not much history on her.

This little lady is comical and eager to please. We just don't have any non-dog foster homes open or we would have taken her with us. She really is well cared for by the staff and not in any danger so we are working on finding her a forever home. If you are interested in being entertained by this easy going female, please consider giving a forever home to this sweety.

 

Please take a second look...

If you are interested in adding a new member to your family, and have decided to rescue a boxer, please take a minute to understand what rescue is.

Rescue is taking in a dog in need, no matter what age, sex, color, cuteness, etc..  AABR does that.

What that means is that if most of the adoption applications we get, are for females, under two years old, flashy fawn, and good with kids, dogs, cats, etc.. then what do we do with all our three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve and thirteen years olds?

And what do we do with all the white and brindle dogs? Or the males and females that don't meet your wish list? Granted we try do are best to match the "good with kids, dogs, cats, etc.. " for safety sake, but many dogs, if given the right training and time, can fit into many complicated households.

And consider the following... What would happen to your own dogs, if for some reason you needed rescue to take your dog, or worse, your dog became a stray and ended up in rescue.  Would people overlook your dog because of their age or color?  Or maybe you have not successfully trained your current dog to be "good with kids, dogs, cats, etc.. ", limiting their appeal to someone looking to adopt a dog. What would become of them?

So we ask you to take a second look at the 60 to 70 dogs on AABR's available dog page.  Maybe they are a bit older then you may think you want, or the wrong color, or have a bad picture that doesn't show their true beauty, but they are all beautiful.  Consider what RESCUE really is, and please take a second look at the dogs outside of your original criteria.

 

 

04/13/14:

We are Sorry!! AABR's adoption application program was not working from Friday 04/11 ~ midnight, until 1PM Sunday 04/13. Please re-submit if you did so during that time period. We apologize.

 

Available Dogs
If you recently brought home a new dog of any age, or have an existing pack... OR are thinking about adopting one soon... Just as a present to your dog and yourself, now is the time to read or re-read our training philosophy article Nothing In Life Is Free (NILIF)

DOGS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

Click on the Boxer's name for more info on each Available Dog. Read each bio very carefully, as not every rescue Boxer is suited for every home. If you feel that a certain Boxer is a good match for you and your lifestyle, then click here for our ONLINE APPLICATION.

And yes, please realize that the Boxer you may have your heart set on, may be adopted before you're approved.   Should your first choices all ready have found their forever home, let us suggest a few that we feel will match your home.  That is what we are good at.   And be happy for the ones that have been adopted... and know that there are way too many fantastic dogs waiting in their place.  We hope you feel that the right Boxer is worth waiting for. 

Please include your state and town in any and all correspondences to AABR.  Without this we can not dispatch your question to the correct volunteers.

 
Needs Foster Home

Ace
I Am A


Sarge
Update 4/12/14

Izzy MD
Update 4/12/14

Bailey
Update 4/12/14

Buster
Update 4/12/14

Rosie
Update 4/12/14

Oliver
Needs Foster Home
Update 4/12/14

Bruiser


Maggie
Needs Foster Home

Kirby


Duncan


Rockie NY
Update 4/10/14

Champ
Update 4/10/14

Brandy
Needs Foster Home
Update 4/10/14


Peggy
Update 4/6/14

Bruno


Bella NY


Zavier
Update 4/3/14

Bo
Update 3/29/14

Jonah
I Am A

Update 3/29/14

Anneliese
Update 3/23/14

Snickers
Update 3/23/14

Trouble
Update 3/23/14

Daisy D
Update 3/15/14

Moose


Miranda
Update 3/19/14

Lydia
I Am A

Update 3/15/14

Izzy
I Am A

Needs Foster Home
Update 3/10/14

Beryl
Update 3/15/14

Oscar
Update 3/01/14

Rocko
Update 3/01/14

Chloe
Update 3/03/14

Ginger Lynn
Update 3/01/14

Lady Erin
I Am A

Update 2/23/14

Jerry


Mason
Update 2/24/14

Eva
Needs Foster Home

Tabitha
Needs Foster Home
Update 2/26/14

Scarlet
Update 2/06/14

Thor
Update 2/19/14

Gretchen
Update 2/09/14

Taylor
I Am A

Update 11/27/13

Greta
Update 10/31/13

Jasmine


Roxie NY
Update 1/15/14

Cash
 
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Luna

Update 11/27/13

Tater

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for the Boxers!

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Update 8/4/13

Mushky
Update 11/27/13

Precious
Great Idea!
Have a family conversation, and discuss fostering a boxer for the any upcoming holidays. 
If you aren't going away for the holidays, we could use your help.  Some kennels and even some of our existing foster homes are not available to us during these times of year.  What gift could be greater than to save a life!
Update 8/4/13

Petey
Update 6/23/13

Dempsey

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Update 5/8/13

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PO BOX 270551
West Hartford, CT 06127

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West Hartford, CT 06127

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No Longer Accepting Applications
For the Dogs Below this line...

(We are no longer accepting applications on the following dogs.  These dogs have been matched with a new home but have not yet been officially adopted.)

Update 4/10/14

Lucy
Update 3/28/14

Benji
Update 3/15/14

Winnie



Snoop

Update 9/25/13

Jasper


Jack

On Hold

   

Spencer
I Am A

Update 5/31/11

Myrtle


Bruno
Update 6/12/11

Max NY
 
End of Available Dogs...

Taking an easy dog from someone who has to move and rehoming him/her is not a huge challenge. The challenge is transporting and caring for dogs like Marshall, Dude, and Hutch, Uma, Lucy and now Stella. The challenge is finding the funds to help the dogs in need of medical care.

Thatıs where YOU come in. We need donations to cover the medical bills for these special dogs. Remember we get no public or private funding. We rely on adoption fees and your donations to cover our expenses. 

If you would like to help please mail a check to:
 Adopt A Boxer Rescue
PO BOX 423
Harrison, NY 10528

or use


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RECENTLY ADOPTED DOGS BELOW- Thank You!
THE DOGS BELOW ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE
If you had your heart set on one of them, please be happy for them, and know that sadly, we never run out of AVAILABLE DOGS
(see above for Available Dogs)

April 2014  ADOPTED BELOW 09
Update 4/10/14

Cindy


Cammie


Cooper


Gloria
I Am A

Update 3/29/14

Lexi


Lady
Update 3/31/14

Laayla
Update 3/29/14

Joyce
Update 8/16/13

Noah
March 2014  ADOPTED BELOW 38
  Update 2/19/14

Blaze
Update 3/23/14

Megan


Storm
Update 10/31/13

Boss
Update 3/23/14

Junior
Update 3/23/14

Petty
Update 3/23/14

Cam
Update 3/23/14

Biffle
Update 3/23/14

Newman
Update 3/23/14

Talladega
Update 3/23/14

Chevy
Update 3/23/14

Bristol
Update 3/23/14

Racer
Update 3/23/14

Charlotte


Scarlet CT
Update 3/19/14

Molly
Update 3/23/14

Genie


Madison
MEMORIAL

Rocky NY3
Update 3/10/14

Charlie
Update 3/03/14

Sweetie
Update 2/23/14

Maximus
Update 2/24/14

Henry
Update 3/01/14

Ryder


Spirit
Update 3/03/14

Amber
Update 2/19/14

Kirsten
Update 2/19/14

Rodeo
Update 2/24/14

Barbie
Update 1/25/14

Macey
Update 3/07/14

Randy ("Beau")


Alladin
Update 2/19/14

Kane
Update 3/01/14

Mugsy
Update 2/23/14

Princess
Update 2/19/14

Rocky PA
Update 2/19/14

Carla


Sam
February 2014  ADOPTED BELOW 27
    MEMORIAL

Sydney
Update 2/19/14

Bruno


Beizer


China
Update 2/19/14

Doc
Update 2/06/14

Jasmine 2


Duster
Update 2/12/14

Nina


Apple
I Am A

Update 2/09/14

Emmy
Update 2/09/14

Ace
Update 2/06/13

Simon
Update 2/06/14

Nora
Update 1/28/14

Tee
Update 2/09/13

Bailey
Update 2/06/14

Mugzzy


Mason


Gismo
Update 2/09/14

Amadeo


Layla
Update 12/23/13

Bruiser


Jameson


Paige
Update 1/20/14

Honey
Update 12/30/13

Lacey


Charlie
Update 1/02/14

Dallas


Bentley
January 2014  ADOPTED BELOW 13
    Update 8/8/13

Sunshine


Stella
Update 11/27/13

Homer


Ginger
Update 12/09/13

Susie
Update 12/16/13

Bullet
Update 11/13/13

Sydney


Clipper
Update 1/15/14

Margie
Update 1/15/14

Eby
Update 11/9/13

Merlin


Brenda
Update 11/27/13

Joe

 2013 and earlier ADOPTED Click on link below

Adopted 2013 Adopted 2012 Adopted 2011 Adopted 2010 Adopted 2009 Adopted 2008   Adopted 2007 Adopted 2006 Adopted 2005 Adopted 2004
2014  Other Placements BELOW
    Kept by owner

Jackpot
Placed by Camp Papillon Rescue

Donovan
Update 1/20/14

Butch
Kept by owner

Rocky NY
2013  Other Placements BELOW
Kept by owner

Ace
Update 8/4/13

Zeus MD
Update 10/25/13

Rocky
Placed by owner

Brutus


Jackie
Mostly Muttz Rescue

Freida
Mostly Muttz Rescue

Samson
Mostly Muttz Rescue

Maxine
Placed by Phoenix Animal Rescue

Honey
Placed by owner

Oscar


Kept by adopter


Tyson
I Am A

Kept by adopter

Mindy
Placed by shelter

Poncho
Placed by West Hartford Animal Control

Precious CT
Placed by owner's family

Joey
Placed by Phoenix Animal Rescue

Mary Jane (MJ)
Memorial

Duke
Placed by BARK Rescue

Buddy
Placed by Windy Pines Rescue

Vermie
Placed by owner

Jersey
Kept by adopter

Mac
Kept by owner

Lance
Placed by owner

Sebastian
Kept by owner

Marli
Adopted at Perry County Animal Rescue

Aye Aye
Adopted at Hillside SPCA

Roxy
Placed by owner

Max
 
 
 
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