Adopting a Boxer
If you are considering adopting a Boxer and you are not familiar with the breed, please ensure that you do your homework. This is one of the main reasons that Boxers end up in rescue..
We've more information to help you look after your boxer on our Help and Advice page
This is just a small selection of the dogs that we have in rescue needing new Fur-Ever homes. If you are interested in adopting please do not hesitate to contact us and we will assist you to find your perfect companion.
Our responsibility is to find each dog the right home it needs and so we will work with you to ensure the dog is right for you and vice-versa. We don't consider the best way of achieving that as simply 'picking one' as each dog and each family are different.
Our job is to make the perfect match.
If you would like to see more information regarding NAYBR’s approach to adoption, we have prepared a short film that can be viewed by clicking the image below
Boxers needing new homes
Below are dogs that are currently looking for a new fur-ever home. If you see one you like, just click on the image to get a closer look
If there is a dog you would like to adopt, please fill out our application form here
Alternatively, for more general information, get in touch via our Contact page.
Rocky needs a home
I'm just two years old and have seasonal allergies. These are not severe and are easily controlled with antihistamines, which are inexpensive.
I'm neutered, flea treated, wormed, fully vaccinated and microchipped.
I cannot live with children or with other dogs as I lack some doggie manners, so I can get himself into trouble by being over excited.
It is preferable, therefore that my new home is without other dogs. I've been working with NAYBR on my training for this and is improving
so my new family would have to continue with this.
I'm fine being left alone at home while you go out and I'm very loving and friendly with people
If you’d like to offer me a home, contact the rescue on 07747311624
PS: If you want to see more of Rocky, we've made a video. Click here to have a look
Issie needs an experienced Fur-ever home
Hello everyone! My name is Issie and I’m a real live wire! I’m only 12 months old but I’ve had very little training but I've worked hard and the rescue are very proud of me and the progress I've made and instead of getting too excited I'm pulling less and I'm leaping all over the
place........Just imagine what progress I can make if my new family can work with me every day! I’m friendly with other dogs but I can be a bit possessive with toys around them (it’s just around other dogs though and not people). Because the rescue want my training to continue they say
family need to be VERY EXPERIENCED with training and have the PATIENCE and DEDICATION to help me. The rescue say that I shouldn’t live with children either because I’ve never been around them so my new family must be ALL ADULTS or older children (over 12 years). I have lived with a dog
before so a calm dog might be ok for me to live with but no cats please.
I’m vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, microchipped and spayed so nothing to do there.
I chew if left alone but I am crate trained which I can use for short periods while you go out. I do bark if I see people passing the house and you have to take this into account when you leave me, leaving me in a place where I can’t see people passing.
I'm such a lovely little girl and really do deserve someone special to call my own so I’ll be keeping my paws crossed and waiting for one VERY special family to get in touch.
Love and Licks from
Miss Issie x
PS: If you want to see more of Issie, we've made a video. Click here to have a look
Lovely Scooby needs a special home
Hello everybody! My name is Scooby and I’m a loveable 6 year old boy with special needs. The rescue think I’m very special because I’m such a good boy who loves everybody and everything including other dogs.........I even like cats and children! I walk nicely on the lead and I’m very
loving and gentle.
So you’re thinking “so why does he need a special home?” Well before I came to boxer rescue I was in Battersea Dogs Home where I really struggled with life in kennels. I lost weight and then I got a bug which made me very, very poorly. They didn’t think I’d pull through but I fought my
way back. They also found I had arthritis in my knees and hips as well as a problem with my kidneys. My breathing was also not good. So when I came up to boxer rescue and my foster Mum saw me I didn’t look very well at all. I was very thin and had lost my zest for life. Everyone thought
my time was limited.
With love and care I’ve gradually put on weight now. I’ve seen my friend Charlotte the vet and she’s been really impressed with me. I’ve started to play with the other dogs in the house and my character is really coming out. I’m on some tablets for my arthritis but they aren’t ever so
expensive and the rescue will tell you all about them (it’s about £1 a day) and I also take turmeric which also helps. My kidneys obviously aren’t perfect BUT they are much better than first thought. I don’t wee in the house or anything and Charlotte says my life expectancy is now quite
good. Again the rescue will explain all this to you. My breathing has improved immensely so again all goo there.
So I know it’s kind of a lot to ask for anyone to fall in love with someone with all these health issues BUT in return you will get to live with and love one of the nicest boys they’ve EVER met in rescue.........THATS ME!
I’ll be keeping my paws crossed and waiting for your call.
Loads a licks
Mia needs a home
My name is Mia and I’m a 5 year old white girl.
By the time I go to my new home I will have been spayed and had my vaccinations as well as flea treatment and worming.
I need a special home as I am deaf so the rescue are looking for a family for me with either experience with deaf dogs or willing to learn and put the work in with me. I’m learning sign language in Rescue and I’m a very bright and responsive little girl.
I’m not good at all with other dogs so must be rehomed as the only dog in the family.
I pull on the lead and don’t have much training. I need an all adult household or one with older children please.
If you think you may be my special family then please contact the rescue.
Love and licks
Hello everyone! My name is Floyd
NAYBR are just getting my details together, so please come back soon
Beau Needs A New Fur-ever Home
Hello everyone! I’m Beau and I’m a beautiful 6 year old girl. I’m a friendly happy little lady who is good with people and other dogs though I’m not keen on collies or German Shepherd dogs and no cats please! I chase them.
I’m crate trained which I use at night but I’m fine left alone with the run of the house when you go out. I can be a bit boisterous around children although this is just me getting over excited so the rescue think I’d be better with a family with children over 10 years.
The one thing I’m a bit naughty over is that I chase bikes and joggers. My last owner worked hard at trying to train me to stop this but without success............I just find them irresistible! So my new family would have to understand this behaviour and continue to work with me on
I’m fully vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, microchipped and spayed so all I need now is a special family of my own.
Loads a licks
Miss Beau X
Murphy is looking for a new home
My name is Murphy and I’m a very handsome 8 year old brindle boy.
I’m vaccinated, flea treated, wormed, microchipped and neutered so all I need now is my new family.
I have come into rescue through no fault of my own. My Mum and Dad split up and neither of them could take me with them so here I am looking for a new home. The rescue say that I’m such a lovely boy and have lived with children aged 8 years upwards. I have also lived with another boxer
who was a girl but I don’t like greyhounds, whippets or Labradors for some reason.
I’m a good traveller but I’m also fine to be left at home for a few hours if you work. I do pull on the lead but I know my basic commands and I love people.
If you have room in your heart for a handsome chap like me then please get in touch with the rescue.
Hugs and licks from
Our Success Stories
Below are images of some of the dogs we have recently managed to find a new Fur-Ever home
Bruno (Mk 1)
Bruno (Mk 2)
Bruno (Mk 3)
Corrie and Ella