Norfolk Boxer Rescue NEEDS YOU !
From time to time boxer dogs come to us at
very short notice, it usually happens when we do not have a prospective adoptive home immediately available. In these
circumstances we have no alternative but to place the dog into kennels. This is very costly as well as being an added
and unwanted disruption in the life of the rescued dog. However, there is an alternative!We are, therefore, looking
to compile a list of people willing to foster, on a short term and perhaps at short notice, a boxer, who through no fault
of its own, needs a home. We have had such wonderful people in the past, but experience has shown that these foster
carers become so attached to the dogs that they very often go on to adopt them. This of course is wonderful, but it
does result in our foster carer list diminishing.We are now starting a new list can
we put your name on it? If you feel able to help and want more information please forward your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
BRUNO - is a 7 year old white with a brindle eye patch, male boxer. He is housetrained, neutered, vaccinated and chipped.
Bruno has lots of energy which would suit an active family with older children. He is good with other dogs although
he hasn't been off the lead. He has never lived with cats and doesn't like thunder or fireworks but has a lovely
temperament with good mannners. He is being rehomed through no fault of his own but for family health reasons.
Bruno has been handed in due to a death in the family. He is proving to have a delightful personality
but is unhappy in kennels. It appears he has had little formal training and has a lack of understanding of
commands. All dogs he has met so far he just wants to play with, he has never been let off his lead so has little idea
of how to behave towards other dogs. Bruno needs plenty of human contact and he requires an experienced boxer
owner who perhaps has a middle aged bitch to teach him some doggy etiquette. Due to previous severe lack of exercise
he needs building up on a good quality food and some steady exercise. An alternative would be for a foster
home to start his training.
NBR regrets that, due
to the difficulty of arranging home visits and subsequent aftercare, they can only consider homes within
NORFOLK and SUFFOLK.
when Boxer dogs are given to us for rehoming, we can check our records of those people who have already
expressed an interest in adopting a rescue Boxer and a match can be found. If you would like to be added
for when a dog becomes available please complete the online application so that we can
contact you or call Sue Fox on 01603 890655. Occasionally the preferences or circumstances
of our registered potential adopters do not match exactly with those of the dog to be rehomed
and we have to re-advertise. We are doing so now for the following dog(s).