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Rescue Me ID: 14-10-16-00064Pixie (female)

Boxer    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Deaf 

    Boxer. Female. 4yrs. Official Temperament Test Result: WELL BALANCED Pixie is bright, energetic, affectionate and eager to please. Pixie has no signs of nervousness, anxiety or any separation related behaviours. Pixie has only just arrived in rescue but to date shows no signs of behavioural disorders manifesting as digging, chewing or excessive barking. She is showing no signs of food aggression, dog aggression or human aggression either. Pixie is currently spending most of her time outdoors however she has been in the house periodically and to date she has behaved herself indoors and also appears to be toilet trained.

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Boxer Rescue Network Australia
Australia

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Rescue Me ID: 14-10-13-00821Max (male)

Boxer    Age: Adult

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Medium Male Boxer Located in New South Wales The greying muzzle simply gives him a distinguished look; this boy is active, playful and behaves just like a pup - very typical of the Boxer breed. Max was surrendered to the pound by his owner and now finds himself looking for a long term home where he will be loved and cared for indefinitely. He bounces around in his kennel like and is delighted to be paid any attention. An agile dog, Max will require regular exercise and a reasonable sized backyard in which to play. His new family would ideally be one with Boxer experience, and possibly another Boxer in the home. Max is not a fan of ... (Read More)little dogs, so a home with a small dog is not an option for this guy (and no cats either). Being a Boxer, Max has special needs like all Boxers, so the home we are seeking should be one where they are familiar with the breed and can accommodate and care for a Boxer. As we get to know Max better, we will add more information, however we can say that Max is a delightful boy who is sure to please any Boxer loving family. Any further training should be simple as Max is very food focussed and will do almost anything for a treat ! (Less)

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Boxer Rescue Network Australia
Australia

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Rescue Me ID: 14-10-13-00818Coco & Whitey

Boxer    Age: Adult

Health: Vaccinations Current 

    NSW - Coco (f/6y) and Whitey (m/6y) A regretful surrender; this gorgeous pair of Boxers are in need of a home together. They absolutely adore each other and their new home must be one where they can continue to enjoy each other's company. Their family can, sadly, no longer keep them and writes the following about them: 'These two have been an inseparable pair since they were puppies. Whitey was born 18.8.07 & Coco 14.9.07; they are both now 6yrs old. They are very affectionate to each other things such as kisses, sleeping next to each other and laying on top of one another, sharing toys and even their dry food. Whitey is a bit of a guts ... (Read More)when it comes to dinner time, so his new family need to make sure Coco eats separately as she is a slower eater. It would also be wise to use a 'scoff stopper' bowl with Whitey which will slow down his eating to avoid issues with digestion/bloat. With people they know & trust, they love their time spent cuddling, receiving affection & playtime. Whitey is a very friendly boy with both other dogs & strangers, Coco however may be smaller but is the Alpha of the pair. She does not always get along with new dogs & strangers but with the correct introduction to both she soon warms up to them. Whitey is completely deaf but follows his partner (when he isn't asleep) with when to bark & when to respond. He responds to commands just like Coco does with simple hand gestures & food rewards, both being disciplined with simple commands. Both share interests in cats as they will sit & watch with curiosity, unless the cat decides to run away then they like to chase. They are both funny characters together & individually. Always wanting attention, cuddles & affection from the family. They enjoy their car trips with the windows down in the back of my station wagon. In the evenings they love to be inside on their mat and cuddle up to one another whilst over looking the family. SOS would prefer they be indoor/outdoor dogs as Boxers can be very susceptible to the elements & the extreme heat and cold can have a negative effect on them. In Winter they will both need their coats on and in Summer have access to lots of shade, shelter and water (& not be walked during the hottest part of the day). Whitey does get allergies to some weeds. He has in the past had a rash under his belly which has been cleared up for over a year now and his tearing in one eye will get worse if he is showing a reaction to something in the yard. Boxers & many breeds can be affected by various plants/grasses in the garden. Wandering Jew is a problem & will cause irritation to many dogs, so this would need to be removed from their backyard. The two will spend hours laying in the morning sun, playing with their toys in the yard and chasing each other. Coco is fantastic at playing fetch and Whitey is great at intercepting her returns. In the summer Coco loves the water. Whitey will play in a kiddy pool filled with water too. A kids wading pool would be ideal for this pair to cool down and enjoy the sunny days.. These two are very intelligent, loving, funny characters and due to unforeseeable circumstances I am unable to keep them. They will be greatly missed but never forgotten in our hearts.' If you have experience with the Boxer breed & you believe your home could be ideal for this lovely pair, please get in touch with us. Whitey is deaf, so a family with experience with deaf dogs (or prepared to learn) is recommended. (Less)

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Boxer Rescue Network Australia
Australia

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Rescue Me ID: 14-10-01-00061Bubbles (female)

Boxer Mix    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    SA - Bubbles (f/3y) A little bit about me Bubbles is a lovely girl with a sweet nature who is looking for a family to enjoy her days relaxing with and getting out for some exercise too. She will do well in a home that will teach her things through positive reinforcement training as well as keeping her mentally stimulated through items such as treat balls and Kongs stuffed with her meals. Bubbles loves companionship and will thrive on being an indoor dog. Bubbles does have some skin issues which will need to be discussed when meeting her. Bubbles is available for adoption through application only. Name Bubbles Type Dog Breed Boxer X Cross / ... (Read More)Lifestyle Colour Sex Female Size Medium Colour Brindle / White Age 3Yrs 5Mths (Less)

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Boxer Rescue Network Australia
Australia

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Rescue Me ID: 14-09-08-00717Ziggy & Molly (female)

Boxer    Age: Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    QLD - Ziggy and Molly (f/6y) Are you looking for two beautiful boxers to complete your family??? Look no further than these too!!!

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Boxer Rescue Network
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Animal ID: still waiting in a cold shelter!!Mishka (female)

Boxer Mix    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Located in New South Wales This delightful young lady is sure to win you over with her huge smile and her zest for life. Typical of the boxer breed, Mishka is very active and playful. She may be a little too big for young children but would make a great companion for a family with older children. She is a friendly girl who generally enjoys the company of other dogs and loves her human friends too. She will require minimal grooming but regular exercise to keep her fit and healthy. Being white, Mishka's new home will need to be one with lots of shade and access indoors.

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Boxer Rescue Network
Australia

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Animal ID: URGENT FOSTER CARER NEEDED!Coco & Whitey

Boxer    Age: Adult

Health: Vaccinations Current 

    NSW - Coco (f/6y) and Whitey (m/6y) Check our video: http://youtu.be/5xodmDcWpS0 A regretful surrender; this gorgeous pair of Boxers are in need of a home together. They absolutely adore each other and their new home must be one where they can continue to enjoy each other's company. Their family can, sadly, no longer keep them and writes the following about them: 'These two have been an inseparable pair since they were puppies. Whitey was born 18.8.07 & Coco 14.9.07; they are both now 6yrs old. They are very affectionate to each other things such as kisses, sleeping next to each other and laying on top of one another, sharing toys and ... (Read More)even their dry food. Whitey is a bit of a guts when it comes to dinner time, so his new family need to make sure Coco eats separately as she is a slower eater. It would also be wise to use a 'scoff stopper' bowl with Whitey which will slow down his eating to avoid issues with digestion/bloat. With people they know & trust, they love their time spent cuddling, receiving affection & playtime. Whitey is a very friendly boy with both other dogs & strangers, Coco however may be smaller but is the Alpha of the pair. She does not always get along with new dogs & strangers but with the correct introduction to both she soon warms up to them. Whitey is completely deaf but follows his partner (when he isn't asleep) with when to bark & when to respond. He responds to commands just like Coco does with simple hand gestures & food rewards, both being disciplined with simple commands. Both share interests in cats as they will sit & watch with curiosity, unless the cat decides to run away then they like to chase. They are both funny characters together & individually. Always wanting attention, cuddles & affection from the family. They enjoy their car trips with the windows down in the back of my station wagon. In the evenings they love to be inside on their mat and cuddle up to one another whilst over looking the family. The rescue would prefer they be indoor/outdoor dogs as Boxers can be very susceptible to the elements & the extreme heat and cold can have a negative effect on them. In Winter they will both need their coats on and in Summer have access to lots of shade, shelter and water (& not be walked during the hottest part of the day). Whitey does get allergies to some weeds. He has in the past had a rash under his belly which has been cleared up for over a year now and his tearing in one eye will get worse if he is showing a reaction to something in the yard. Boxers & many breeds can be affected by various plants/grasses in the garden. Wandering Jew is a problem & will cause irritation to many dogs, so this would need to be removed from their backyard. The two will spend hours laying in the morning sun, playing with their toys in the yard and chasing each other. Coco is fantastic at playing fetch and Whitey is great at intercepting her returns. In the summer Coco loves the water. Whitey will play in a kiddy pool filled with water too. A kids wading pool would be ideal for this pair to cool down and enjoy the sunny days.. These two are very intelligent, loving, funny characters and due to unforeseeable circumstances I am unable to keep them. They will be greatly missed but never forgotten in our hearts.' If you have experience with the Boxer breed & you believe your home could be ideal for this lovely pair, please get in touch for further details. We believe that dogs should be part of the family & share the home. The pair is located in Londonderry (Western Sydney) & this is where any potential meeting will be held. Whitey is deaf, so a family with experience with deaf dogs (or prepared to learn) is recommended. (Less)

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Boxer in Australia
    Boxer Dogs can make good pets in Australia if they match your IifestyIe. Boxer dogs are energetic, playful and intelligent animals, they like to clown around a lot and will keep you laughing. Boxers learn new things quickly, and, at the same time, can be clever and stubborn. Boxer dogs bond well with a family, are very affectionate and get along well with children. Boxers need a lot of exercise, and will be well-behaved as long as they are taken on long walks every day. If kept confined without a lot of exercise, however, boxer dogs can become destructive. Boxers require lots of human companionship and should never be left alone for long periods of time.

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    The name boxer originates from the fact that boxer dogs look like they are actually boxing when they play using their front paws. Boxer dogs are the sixth most popular breed in the United States.

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