Due to our inability to accept any new rescues at this time, the following Boxers and Boxer mixes are currently staying in area shelters, humane societies or with individuals that are unable to permanently keep them. These are courtesy listings only and are not a part of the Carolina Boxer Rescue program, therefore we make no representations regarding the dogs.
To learn more about any of the dogs below please contact the shelter/individual listed directly;
It is our hope that this page will help these dogs find new homes before it's too late
Tabby born July 2015 3-year-old 50 pound boxer mix. She is beyond sweet with my children but exceptionally hyper and in need of some training. I'm a single mom who works a lot and
I just don't have the time, money, or energy to train her properly. I think most of her issues are from lack of attention. I thought my children would play with her more but they choose to play
with their friends and or on their tablets. She is just not getting the attention that she deserves. She has been through basic training and can sit, stay, and walk on a leash. She is up-to-date on all her shots just had a vet visit. She does need lots of chew toys and bones that is one of the issues I have is her chewing on toys, shoes, ect. I know this can be corrected and I have discussed with trainers I just don’t have the time to do it. She is good with other dogs and been introduced to cats but never off of a leash.
Deborah Arbour 864-554-6300
Currently in Central VA
"My name is Tilly and I am a 12 yr old spayed, female Boxer. My Mamma was put in a Nursing Home, so now I have lost my home and my best friend, my Mamma. I am very sweet, fully vetted, housebroken and still in great shape for an old gal! I used to enjoy running around in my fenced backyard and now walk nicely on a leash. I would really like a FOREVER home with someone to love on me and take me for walks or car rides. I am still so confused...I am staying with a man named David and he has a heart of gold, but he has a hard time getting around sometimes. He doesn't have a fenced in yard and lives on a very busy road, so he feels like he can't provide a forever home, but he wanted to help me out for a little while. I am DESPERATE for a home to live out my days and I am a very healthy girl, so I plan on being around for a long while! Can YOU help me find my FUREVER home? If so, can you contact my Guardian Angel Casey Speas at 804-387-2450 ?"
Greetings everyone, my name is Dillon, a male 57lb. 2 yr. old neutered
Boxer mix. I have been waiting and waiting for the perfect family to
come along, don’t know what is taking them so long because I am a GEM of a dog! I am a healthy, gentle, quiet and playful boy. I am a super easy to train, know basic commands, have excellent house manners, crate and leash trained. I will do best in a home with grown children and be the only dog in the house. I do fine with cats. If you are interested in more information or adopting me, call April 910-383- 0287 with Furever Friends Animal Rescue or email