Adoption
Thank you for considering the adoption of a rescued boxer. There are literally thousands upon thousands of friendly, healthy, loving, gentle boxers being euthanized in shelters every year.

Fostering
One of the single most effective programs rescue groups have in rehabilitating pets in their care is a nurturing home environment – otherwise known as Foster Care.

Volunteering
Thank you for visiting our volunteer page. We hope that you were drawn to this page because you have considered joining the rescue team and want to know how you can help.


Welcome

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WE RESCUE THE BROKEN, THE FORGOTTEN, THE ABANDONED, THE NEGLECTED, THE ABUSED, THE HOMELESS, THE HURTING.

Boxer Rescue of NWA consists of an all volunteer team that works diligently to rescue one of America’s top ten favorite breeds – the BOXER. A 501(c)3 non-profit  rescue group, we rely completely on donations from animal lovers like you to make this rescue successful.

Through a comprehensive rehabilitation plan, our volunteer team works hard to provides medical care, daily exercise, targeted training, socialization, affection and emotional support to every boxer we bring into our care. We focus on finding each rescued boxer a well-matched forever home through an application process, home visits, and follow up program.

FEATURED BOXER

Josephine “Josie”

BRNWA family, meet Josephine. Josie is a quiet little soul with a soft personality. There is no way of knowing where life took her before she found her way to us, but we know a few things. Josie was found wandering down a road shortly after the fourth of July with a deep rope burn on her neck and was taken to the Dardenelle animal control office, where she was never reclaimed. Josie has obviously had puppies in the past, and judging by the marks left on her little body, quite a few puppies. She is uncertain how she feels about human interaction, while she isn’t at all aggressive, she shies away from hands a little, either she isn’t sure what they’re for, she may just not be settled in yet, or hands may have hurt her before. We don’t know.  She came to us heartworm positive but has completed treatments and is ready for her forever home!  Josie does not do well with cats and needs to warm up to other dogs.  Do you have room in your home for this little senior girl?

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