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The following boxers need you. They are currently in local shelters or in homes that can no longer care for them for whatever reason. LBR has been asked to help them, but we cannot take them into our program because our foster homes are full. LBR provides all food, vetting a crate, and basic essentials like leash and collar, for each foster boxer - please help us help them!

Please note that in most cases, LBR has no other information about these boxers other than what's listed here.


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BIN15114BIN#: BIN15114

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: This is a 2 year old neutered medium sized flashy fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. This little boy is beautiful and would be VERY popular with AAs! I think he's about 18 months but the shelter worker thinks he's about 2 years. This baby was literally scared to death and shaking like a leaf. When I took him out to the play yard he settled down quickly but he has A LOT of energy. He has a great boxer wiggle, even though he was terrified. He seems to love everyone but he is very hyper and full of energy. He did jump on me as soon as I took his leash off but didn't jump at all, after the first time. He might do better with older children because of his energy level. Initially, he did not react aggressively to any of the other animals. He was curious as they walked by and would sniff but was easily distracted. There was a second boxer at the shelter that was being adopted and had just came out of surgery. They did not get along so he could be particular about dog friends. He did not respond to any commands. Seems like he had not been on a leash before. I was not able to cat test him. He has one broken tooth, a little chunk out of one ear, and a small bump on his leg. He is very thin and needs to put on 15 or so lbs. The shelter will probably test him for heart worms. Picked up as a stray and was not claimed during the 10 day hold.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN15114 in your email please.
BIN 15095BIN#: BIN 15095

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: **Update 2/12: Landlord found out about the owners dogs and she has 48 hours to get rid of them all. She is planning to sell them on Craigslist or Facebook garage sale pages.** Coco is a medium to large size 6ish year-old female. She is approximately 65 pounds, gorgeous fawn coat, cropped tail, natural ears, spayed, grey on her nose, and a beautiful girl. She has the cutest underbite I think I've ever seen! she loves giving kisses to her four and six-year-old grandchildren in the house. Since another female in the home has had puppies, they don't get along which is the reason she is being surrendered. She played wonderfully with a different female in the house while I was there. She was so incredibly sweet and just wanted to sit in front of me and get some loving. She does great in the bath, walks great on a leash and knows limited commands. The family is doing full separation at this time. Coco has extensive scars on her front legs from fighting with the other female. Coco is looking for a home where she can feel comfortable and safe.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15095 in your email please.
BIN14683BIN#: BIN14683

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 1/18: Owner still has her and still needs placement.*** Tyr is an 8 year old medium sized (but overweight) flashy fawn spayed female with natural ears and docked tail. Her owners are surrendering her due to moving and financial hardships. She is kept in a building near the residence. She is calm, low key and gentle so I believe she will be fine with kids. The owner says she is fine with adults and kids. She is house trained. She is not crate trained. Not sure how she does with grooming. She does need to be groomed and needs a nail trim. For exercise she gets four walks a day and plays daily with a large mixed breed fur cousin that lives in the same building with her. She plays well. This dog acts 8 to 10 years of age in demeanor. She has no gray and is beautiful. Not toy possessive. Very gently and unfazed by anything. She eats dry food and gets treats. She is very treat motivated. She was trained at home. She is very well trained. (sit, down) She knows a couple of more complex commands. She sits like a person with her dad. She is excellent on a leash. She is disciplined verbally if needed or the behavior is ignored. She is gentle if you take anything of high value away from her according to the family. She is a mellow dog who gently and briefly barks at any passerby. No other behavior merits mention. She did not want to be more than an inch from her dad and grand dad while I was there and although I received a few Boxer kisses, she cuddled with her owners the whole time. She might struggle with being separated from them. The bond is obvious. She has not seen a vet in years. Everyone cried the whole time I was there, especially the 90 year old completely coherent and ambulatory grandpa.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN14683 in your email please.
BIN 15040BIN#: BIN 15040

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Royce is a 2 and 1/2 year old average sized neutered fawn male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. His owners have experienced an alleged biting of a vet tech incident (they've been given two different stories about it) and one where Royce has pawed at their 8 month old little girl. As a result, they have done some additional training with him, but still feel it's best to find a new home for him as they don't want to see anything bad happen with their child. He is house and crate trained. He is kept inside in a crate when owners are away, out of the crate when they are home. Royce is a sweet dog and was great around me. He was wiggle nub and kisses. I think he'd be fine around larger kids as he wants to be able to play and smaller kids would just be too small for that. He is fine with baths,grooming and nail trims. Royce plays in the backyard and is occasionally walked in the neighborhood. Royce has a good amount of energy, as expected. He wants to play and wants to be with his people. He likes to play with typical roughness. He eats dry kibble and is fed twice per day with the food left in bowl for grazing if not finished, but he usually finishes at each meal. Did not get brand name. Royce has basic training and can sit, shake, lay down. They've done a bit more training in the last month related to attention seeking and the reported biting incident. They react to discipline matters with verbal correction, or ignore the behavior or redirect his actions. He does not show food or toy aggression. He was perfect with me - excited, energetic, wanted attention, calmed down within 5 minutes of me being in the house. He is not UTD on vaccinations and is not on HWP. Royce is a sweet dog who is very energetic and exhibits typical Boxer behaviors of wanting attention from his people. He likes to run the fence with the dog next door and lives with a small, "old man" Yorkie without issue. He loves to go in the pool, too. Royce is a cuddler and is good in his crate when the family is gone. I think he'd been a great addition to a family with older children as he likes to play and smaller children could be an issue as the family feels he wants to play with their 8 month old and pawed her in the face once. The reported biting incident is the first experience of trouble they've ever had with Royce, otherwise no behavioral issues reported.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15040 in your email please.
BIN15105BIN#: BIN15105

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Hiccup is a 10 month old unaltered, white male boxer that needs medical attention for demodectic mange. He is approximately 55lbs, has a docked tail, and natural ears. The owner wants to surrender him because she is taking care of her father and mother which are ill. Hiccup has some kind of skin rash that takes a lot of time to treat and owner doesn't have the time to properly treat it. Per the records we received from the owner he has mange. (he appears to be swollen in his photos) Hiccup stays outside in a HUGE yard, and he loves people. He wants to be center of attention. He loves people and plays a lot with his older boxer brother. Hiccup is not house or crate trained. He really doesn't like taking baths and gets nervous during bath time, and he doesn’t get his nails trimmed. For exercise he plays with his brother in the yard and the owner’s grandkids. He is high energy and loves to playfully wrestle. Per the owner he is not possessive of toys. He currently eats the dry Pedigree on a self-feeder. He only knows the command to sit, and doesn’t like the leash. For discipline the owner uses verbal correction. The owner says that there is not any problem with taking his food away, but unsure about how he would act if a stranger tried to take his food away. He digs; he likes to dig up plants. He received his last vaccinations on September of 2014, and is not on HWP. He is super loving, and loves to play. I think he would do best with a family with children over 6, not in an apartment and with another dog to play with.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN15105 in your email please.
BIN 15094BIN#: BIN 15094

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lynnix is a 10-11 year old medium sized neutered flashy brindle male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. He was owner's husband's boxer and when they split up, he originally was going to take him. It has been 3 years and he is in an apartment that doesn't allow dogs. She can not keep up with the expense of kenneling him when she goes out of town. When owner is home, Lynnix is free to roam the house. He is crated at night approx 8 hours, and crated in a 36" wire crate when she leaves the house. He seemed friendly with everyone. He is good with kids. He lives with kids ages 4, 7, and 15. He did great around my 2 year old son. He can be bouncy but seems to know when to be careful. He never jumped up and didn't knock my little guy over and was very sweet around him. He lives with a 12 year old Yorkie who runs the show. If he gets too close she will snap and warn him and he just is carefree and moves on. I think he would get along with all dogs. He has been in boarding and doggie day care. He is house trained but needs to be crated if no one home or could have an accident. Owner has never heard of any complaints but takes him to get bathed and groomed. Owner believes he is fine with nail trims. His exercise is just playing in the backyard if family is out. He is low key and likes to hang out around the house. Will welcome attention and will play if someone invites him to. For a 10-11 year old, I would say his energy level is as expected. He has little bursts of energy if a new person comes but is well behaved. He was excited to see me and wanted to give me kisses. He was bouncy but not jumpy at all. Owner says he just chills during the day and is pretty low key. We went outside and you can tell he can't tolerate the heat. He was ready to come inside after a few minutes and this is nice February weather. He is fed Eukanuba large breed dog food. Trained at home. He knows sit, shake, stay, and "get in your house" (crate). Owner said he does fine on a leash. For discipline, owner uses verbal correction or time-out in a kennel. Only correction was if he had an accident in house while not crated. He would be fine with anyone taking anything away from him. He is a very sweet and loving boy. UTD on vaccs -Aug 2014. He has not been on HWP in approx 3 years. He lived in an apartment for a few years and did fine. I think he is a easy going boy who just wants to be loved and would adapt to any situation. It is unsure of how he is with cats but owner thinks he might be fine because of his easy going nature. When she travels, he sometimes won't eat the first day. Doesn't like when people leave him but is not destructive or doesn't chew. Lynnix had an enlarged nipple, some skin tags, and a rather large mass on his chest. Couldn't see mass or get good pic but could feel it under skin. It was approximately 1.5 inches in diameter. His teeth do not look bad for his age but he had some gum overgrowth. His breath was pretty stinky too. His ears looked good. He is overweight. He probably could lose a good 15 lbs.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15094 in your email please.
BIN 14791BIN#: BIN 14791

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Delilah is a large sized spayed 3 year old beautiful fawn female Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. She is not deaf. Delilah was very excited to meet us and go outside. She did not jump on us and was excited to have her leash put on. She did great walking on a leash. There was not a lot of room, so she could not take off leash to let her run. She picked a toy from inside to bring out with her. She loves carrying around her stuffed toy with her. I think she'd be fine with kids and bigger dogs. Owner says she is good with other dogs, but not cats. She really loved the older boxer that was in the house with her. I would not put her with small dogs. I was holding a small puppy and I did not feel comfortable putting her down. She was very interested in what I was holding. The owner is surrendering her due to her living situation. She is moving into an apartment and cannot take her with her. Delilah has intestinal problems, potentially boxer colitis. Owner states she has many bowel movements a day. She did have one while we were there. It was loose stool. Owner states she will not have an accident in the house, but she has to be on a specific food and no treats or other food can be given. She is a very proportionate dog, even with her stomach issues. She has pretty white teeth and clean ears. She has 2 small spots behind the front of her legs, from either laying on concrete or in a cage. She seemed to be a very smart girl and would sit on command. I think she'd be easy to train. Heartworm status is negative. She is up to dates on all of her shots. Delilah was a super sweet little Boxer. She will make someone a wonderful companion if they can work with her on her stomach issues. Owner is very sad to be giving her up, but her apartment complex said no.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 14791 in your email please.
BIN 15003BIN#: BIN 15003

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Sassy is a 4 year old small to average sized flashy fawn spayed female with natural ears and a natural tail. Sassy lives with 3 other female dogs and has an issue with one of them, Penny. Penny is an older lab that has lots of insecurities and other issues. She's the weak member of the pack and the owners and vet agree that Sassy is attacking her because she feels she needs to remove her from the pack. Sassy loves the other 3 dogs and visiting dogs. However, due to her most recent attack on Penny, they'd like her forever home to be as an only pet. Even after all of this, they adore Sassy and continue to love her. She is kept inside when owners are away, but she's not home alone much as Mom stays home. Fantastic with family members, visitors, strangers and new animals. She has not been around kids since they've had her. My suggestion would be 10 and up due to Sassy's excitable energy. She likes to throw her weight around ;) She is house trained, it is unknown if she is crate trained. Sassy does fine for bathing and grooming, baths aren't her favorite but she'll tolerate. She goes on 6 mile walks on a regular basis so nail trims aren't needed. Her nails stay perfect from the walks. She gets exercise by 6 mile walks on a regular basis, play time in the massive back yard with her favorite big lab. I'd say on the higher energy side, typical young boxer play style, loves to box, run, and 'talk'. LOVES to do some good boxer burns in the back yard. She's very friendly, and excited when she plays. She calms quickly once she gets her energy out. Once she's calm, she likes to snuggle in her dog bed or on the couch. She sits proudly and waits for pets! She can be possessive with raw hides and/or bones. She currently eats low fat food. The owners work with her at home as far as training, she just listens to them and follows direction. She's very attentive. Knew sit and down. Her leash walking behavior could use some work. She is disciplined using verbal correction and a compressed air can near her (NOT in her face). It works perfectly for her. Her owner took away her bone and she was completely fine. She's okay with the other dogs being around her with special toys/bones, except for Penny, she will NOT share with her. She barks when needed; someone coming to the door. Or when she's playing outside. She does jump up on people when she's excited so that would need a little work. She's not destructive. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Sassy is incredibly sweet, very welcoming and friendly. She's on the smaller to average size; around 55lbs of solid muscle. She's in a very loving home and has been spoiled rotten for the last 2 years of her life. Her family loves her dearly. It would be best for her to be rehomed asap due to the issue's with the lab Penny. It's unsafe and unfair and extremely stressful for the entire family. Rescue is truly the best and maybe only option for Sassy. She would do great in a foster home that has the capabilities to separate if needed and willing to find her a home where she could be the only dog. After proper intros she might be just fine in a foster home with a well balanced pack. She's a beautiful girl with gorgeous eyes and just wants to be loved. If she feels she's in trouble she will tuck her tail and cower a bit. She has been through a lot recently and is nervous. You can tell she doesn't like to disappoint her owners. She recently started taking antacids for pancreatitis and is on a low fat diet. She is managing very well with her new routine. Otherwise she's a healthy girl!



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15003 in your email please.
BIN 15036BIN#: BIN 15036

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Missy is a 6ish year old spayed large sized fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. The owner took in Missy after her original owner passed away. She has a lot on her plate right now and can not give Missy the attention and training she deserves. Owner states Missy has some aggression toward other dogs. She has 3 other dogs currently. She stays inside, crated when owner is away. She is a very loving girl who is full of boxer energy. She welcomed me into the home with wiggle butts all around. She lives with Mom, Dad, 2 year old, and Mom's mom. She can be a little protective of the 2 year old. She is house and crate trained, though she is hardly ever crated because someone is usually home all the time. She is fine for bathing and grooming, let me handle her paws with no problems. She is calm for nail trims. Exercise is performed in the yard, and she also LOVES chasing a tennis ball. Pretty even energy level. She loved and was excited to chase the tennis ball, but was just as happy plopping down in my lap. No aggression with toys towards humans, but was not able to test other dogs. She is fed Blue Buffalo dry food due to sensitive tummy. Missy can sit, lay down. She was taught by owners. Walks well on leash. She is disciplined using verbal correction. No reaction if someone took her food bowl or rawhide. Behavior a foster or adoptive home would need to be aware of is possible aggression towards other dogs. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Possible separation is a possibility with Missy due to aggression towards other dogs. She is a very classic looking fawn boxer. She reminds me of my families first boxer growing up. She listens very well and just likes to be around her people. When the grandma gets home after dialysis Missy stays by her side till she feels better. Very caring boxer baby. She is possibly cat friendly also. Owner has outside cat who Missy just ignores, not sure how she would react to a cat that runs away though. Her current family took her in when her previous owner passed away. Her current owner is having some family issues and can longer care for her as she needs. Missy just needs a stable home where she could be queen of the castle. Will you be her stepping stone to her kingdom? Only issues is possible aggression towards other dogs, I was not able to test this. She may have sensitive tummy at times. No other injuries or illnesses.​



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BIN 15027BIN#: BIN 15027

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Diesel is a 1.5 year old neutered large fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because his family understands the dog needs lots more time play and exercise but are unable and unwilling to provide what he needs. When owners are away, he has free access inside no problem. Large yard but he prefers indoors, I witnessed this. Sweet extremely loving high energy soooo excited to see a visitor, me. Kind to strangers but jumpy and needing lots of attention, all positive. Very cuddly and Kissy. Parent reported Diesel is great with kids and was friendly to housemate, a six year old small dog. Dog is so large small children not ideal. Cats are a NO. Watchdog behavior to neighboring yards with lawn caretakers. Parents say that's typical when workmen come to house. He is house trained and not crate trained. He dislikes baths but looked well groomed. Owner said its a struggle though. He dislikes nail trims but allows, nicely trimmed today. He gets exercise in the yard with housemate. Desperately needs exercise reports owner. High energy, still very puppy like. Play style more interested in the human interaction. Played less with other dog, not socialized much with other dogs. Diesel is not possessive with his toys. He currently eats Beneful, owner says about three cups twice a day. Owner said he knows sit, taught by owner, but too happy and excited. So large would need training. Very happy and eager to please. But so big hard to handle without training. Poor leash walking skills, no experience or training on leash. Owner reported some verbal correction. She seemed kindly to him, not strict at all, as she admitted. Owner does not know how he would react to someone taking his food bowl or rawhide. Only behavior an adopter or foster home would need to be aware of is some neediness and jumping. Honestly seemed starved for attention which owner admitted. He is current on vaccinations, but is not on heart worm prevention. This dog is stunning, fun, funny, desperate for love! He is big! 85 lbs per owner. Shiny coat seems bright and alert! Extremely lively, playful high energy! Extremely adoptable! Needs manners and a FRIEND! Things that make him worried or act differently than normal are workmen and change in general. Guests are great but she said almost impossible having lawn or construction workers in house. He has no illnesses or injuries that the owner is aware of.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15027 in your email please.
BIN 15097BIN#: BIN 15097

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: **Update 3/2: Tagged for another rescue, available to LBR foster homes until she is on the road.** This little girl was adopted from the shelter and returned a week later due to separation anxiety and they can't keep her in a crate. When she got out while they were at work, she scratched up the wall. Shelter gave her Bordatella and distemper, the adoptive family got her rabies shot. So all she needs now is spay. She has been around some cats at the shelter that are in cages and has totally ignored them. She's had no reaction to any other dogs while at the shelter. She does not jump up on you. So she should be okay with children. The adoptive family had a four year old and did not mention any issues between the child and the dog.

This is a 2 to 3 year old unaltered medium sized brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. This sweet brindle lady is a very gentle soul. She has been bred more than once or twice. She is a healthly weight and her coat looks good. She was a little reserved. Probably wondering what has happened to her family. While I walked her outside, she seemed to be looking around for someone. She was found circling an intersection and would not leave it, so ACO suspects that she was dumped at that spot. She is not a typical hyperactive young boxer, probably due to the multiple litters she has already had. I think she would be fine around kids of all ages. She is quite calm and did not jump up on me at all. ACO made no comment about there being any issues with her and other dogs. Shelter is full and so this girl is crated outside of the normal kennel area. ACO says she is very sweet. She walked well on a leash, but would not demonstrate any commands. She took treats gently. She did not jump on me at any time. No cat test was done. She has some scars on top of her head, under her neck and on her left rear leg. Difficult to tell if it is from bites or some injury. They are old and healed. She has one small grape sized lump on her upper left rear hip. I found not other lumps or bumps or unhealed wounds. Nipples are enlarged, but not currently producing milk. She is currently in heat according to the ACO. She has a chip, but it is not registered.



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BIN 14792BIN#: BIN 14792

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Bailey's owner is able to keep her after all!!

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