Why rescue a Boxer?
You've heard it.  You may have even said it yourself:  "Why rescue a Boxer?  Won't I just be taking home someone else's problems?"  Here's the answer:  No, you might be taking home the best friend you ever had.

Dogs are surrendered for many reasons, but the result is the same: these dogs need loving homes; they need a second chance. Most people who adopt a rescue Boxer say their new family friend
knows he has been saved and is very grateful. He may have had a difficult time in the past but now he knows he's found his forever home. 

If you're looking to add a Boxer to your life, please consider a rescue.  Check out the rescue websites on
BoxerLife and find one near you.  Then talk to a rescue volunteer; ask questions; visit the dogs. Hundreds of great Boxers are waiting for your visit ... and your love.  Whatever you give, they will give back tenfold.

The Boxer Rescue Foundation raises money for Boxer rescue groups around the United States. The financial grants are to help rescue groups with the routine costs involved in caring for a rescue Boxer until he or she is adopted. These costs include veterinary care, food and supplies.  Click here to learn more about the Boxer Rescue Foundation and how you can help.  The BRF is designated not-for-profit 501(c)3 by the Internal Revenue Service.