Welcome to The Boxer Rescue Service (Southern)
We cover Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire & Kent.
Here you can
find a range of information about Boxer dogs, from the history of their
origin, health issues, and what to think about if you would like to
re-home a rescued Boxer.
rescue and re-home Boxer dogs throughout Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and
Kent. Our aim is to provide the best care for every Boxer that comes to
us and to find them their new loving home.
our dogs are vaccinated, neutered and micro-chipped before being placed
in their new home. All our work is voluntary, and we are funded only
by donations and our own fund raising activities, which we rely heavily
on to pay for kennelling and veterinary fees.
new prospective home is checked out by our team of helpers across the
South East - we take into consideration the new owner’s life style and
circumstances to match the right dog to.
you would like to become a member of Boxer Rescue and receive a
quarterly Newsletter giving news of forthcoming events and stories about
the Boxers we have re-homed, or if you would like to know more about
our work or become part of the team, please contact us.
you can help support our work by donating then please donate here (or
go to our Make a Donation link) - any amount would be much appreciated.
BRSS is now on Facebook.
Contact Betty Hoad on 01273 870776 or Deborah Bedford 07831 173240.
Urgently seeking an understanding home:
PLEASE HELP US MAKE 2015 THE YEAR FOR LISTER
Can you help?
Your donations help dogs like Ruben .....
Ruben had been found tied up in a barn in Ireland. As well as neglected, he was terribly emaciated, dehydrated and infested with worms. We were shocked and very sad to see this poor depressed Boxer in such a state. He arrived at our kennels weighing only 19 kgs, his gums were pale and cold - our vet took a blood test, and he was treated for the flea and worm infestation, we fed him four small nutritious meals a day, and made sure he had plenty of soft blankets in his bed! The blood test showed a very low red blood count, so another blood test would need to be taken 10 days later. Within the first week we started to notice his eyes looked brighter, he looked a little happier and his little tail started
to wag! During the next 3 weeks his weight steadily increased, and the
blood test showed a big improvement, almost normal - he was on the road
As you can see in the photo, he is now a strong and healthy boy, and very happy in his new home, where he loves to play ball and go for walks in the woods near his home. He is now a healthy 28kgs - and totally unrecognisable from when he first arrived with us. Well done Ruben, and thank you to his new mum and dad for giving him the caring and loving home he truly deserves.
What a handsome lad he is!
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PLEASE NOTE - DOG THEFT IS ON THE INCREASE - DO NOT LEAVE YOUR DOG UNATTENDED.
The Boxer Rescue Service (Southern) may also be referred to as BOXER
(Working Name) BOXER RESCUE SERVICE
(Working Name) or THE BOXER RESCUE SERVICE
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