Available Boxers

All the following dogs are currently in foster care or are in need of fostering. If you are interested in any of these dogs, please email us and let us know exactly what/who you caught your interest.

We also ask that you complete an online application (Click here) so that we can contact you directly. Also, if you have any questions (including our adoption fees) you can check out the FAQ page.  Please be sure to check your email (and junk mail) for any replies!

 Please check us out on facebook.  Former adopters can look for the facebook group "Boxer Rescue de Albuquerque" and everyone can like our facebook page: "Boxer Rescue of Albuquerque" - we have all our newest dogs on this page!

Albuquerque Boxers - Available - Need Foster Homes For Our Roswell Dogs!!!

Bella



Bella and Bandit came in together from Abilene.  Both were left in a pen to fend for themselves and they were starving.  Once animal control got involved, their owners claimed that they forgot they had dogs.

They were rescued and brought up to a decent weight.  Now Bella (between 2 and 3) is weighing around 50 pounds.  She is definitely high energy and somewhat timid around people.  She has not been tested around other dogs yet but is coming out of her shell (she especially likes kids and women - a little more nervous around men).  She is ready to be adopted by someone who will continue to work with her and although she has grown up with Bandit, we are willing to let her go to the right home on her own (of course, we prefer to adopt them out together if that is possible).

Please send us an email to meet her.




Thanks Mary for fostering Bella!

Bandit



Bella and Bandit came in together from Abilene.  Both were left in a pen to fend for themselves and they were starving.  Once animal control got involved, their owners claimed that they forgot they had dogs.

They were rescued and brought up to a decent weight. Bandit (between 3 and 4) is now weighing around 60 pounds.  He is the more mellow of the two but likes to play too.  He is completely house trained and absolutely loves everyone.  We have not seen him around other dogs yet though.  And although he came in with Bella, we are willing to let him go to the right home on his own (of course, we prefer to adopt them out together if that is possible).

Please send us an email to meet him.

Thanks Mary for fostering Bandit!

Boy


Foster Needed ASAP!!!

Boy is in Tucumcari and living alone.  His family left him and some kind neighbors are caring for him.  He is shy around people but had a small dog with him for a while who was rescued.  We do not know much more about him but would like to get him to Albuquerque right away.  He is not neutered yet and probably not up to date on shots.

Please send us an email if you can help him.

Thanks Jeanie for caring for Boy!

Ash



Meet Ash, she came in to the rescue about a year ago (she is a little over a year now) with 5 of her siblings.  She is being rehomed because she is not fond of cats but gets along great with other dogs.

She is being fostered in the only home she knows, so please contact us via email to find out more about her.




















Thanks Annie for fostering Ash!

Talulah




Here is Talulah (formerly Lady) who came in to the rescue last month.  Although she is cared for at her current home, they feel she needs more attention and maybe a larger family.  She is a jumper and likes to go to the neighbors yard where she will hang out with her male friend.  She will be spayed in early December which may help out with her wanting to escape.

Please send us an email to meet her.




















 



Thanks Suzette for fostering Talulah!

Remi



Remi came to us after being dumped at the shelter and went to what we thought was her forever home.  However, she struggled with dominance issues and is currently in training with the K9 Rehab Institute in Rio Rancho (check them out if you ever have any issues that need to be resolved).

She will be available shortly and you can get a complete assessment on what is next for her directly from the Institute.  If you want to meet her, please send us an email.




Thanks Tracie and K9 Rehab Institute for helping Remi!

Fiona


Fiona is an 8 month old female who was left at the Valencia shelter with her sister.  She is very timid and probably relied a lot on the confidence of her sister.  By the time we got to the shelter her sister was adopted and Fiona shut down.  She is now in a great foster home with a family who is working to help her.  She is getting along great with her dog friends (both male and female) and the cat.

Please send us an email to meet her.

Thanks Mike and Deneen for fostering Fiona


Please fill out the adoption form if you're interested in any of our dogs AND send an email to us for a quick response!

Roswell Boxers

We could use help with fostering any of our Roswell dogs so we can get them to Albuquerque and help them find their forever home quickly!  Our Roswell contact is no longer available to pull dogs.  If anyone wants to help working with the shelter in Roswell and fostering, please contact us ASAP!

Las Cruces Boxers

Alamogordo Boxers

Shelter Boxers

For Adoption By Owner/Rescue

For Adoption by Owner - Disclaimer

BRA almost always has a lack of foster homes, and therefore regretfully cannot serve every single Boxer dog in New Mexico who is displaced. We devised this page as a way for the public to be notified of additional Boxer dogs in need, but BRA does not get involved with behavior evaluations, health checks, vaccinations, etc. You, as the adopter, must understand from the family and the dog's records, what health or behavioral issues may exist. Boxer Rescue of Albuquerque does not charge a fee to the family to list the dog here or to the adopter who "adopts" the dog. We do not advocate offering pets for free, but it is ultimately up to each individual family whether they will charge a fee to the new person acquiring the dog (it's best for the dog if s/he comes with a fee because it helps to weed out people who acquire unwanted pets for use in dog fighting rings or who sell to animal testing facilities, etc.). Though the Boxers on this page remain with their families and do not enter our rescue program, we still care very much about the dog's well being and fate. That is why we allow descriptions to be posted here, in hopes that we can help a Boxer find a better home than if the family were to just give the dog away or take him or her to a shelter.

Our FABO dogs Max, Missy, Guera, Camber, Murphy, Holly, Matilda and Milo have all found new homes while Buffy is back in her original home!

Please support our sponsors!


Looking to buy
or sell a home?

web design
by aew



© 2010 Boxer Rescue of Albuquerque all rights reserved :: a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization