Boxer Rescue of NWA (BR-NWA) is an animal rescue group that had its beginnings in 2009 at the home of Dennis and Jeanne Champagne. Their 8 acres on Trammel Mountain in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas is where they raised their children and many foster children, so it was not surprising that with the empty nest came one needy boxer after the other. Recently, the Champagne’s had to move and now the rescue relies solely on foster homes to help this loving breed of dog.
A Non-profit Boxer Rescue
Established in 2011 as a 501(c) 3 non-profit boxer rescue, Boxer Rescue of NWA is proud of its extremely dedicated, volunteer Board of Directors and volunteer team who work tirelessly and cohesively with one another to ensure continuity, accountability and continued rescue of this great breed.
By January 2015, over 300 boxers had came through BR-NWA. Many were re-homed through volunteer adoption coordinator efforts, and nearly 200 had been vetted and brought into this rescue’s care, to the “rescue ranch” or into foster care through shelters across the state, through other rescues, and by good citizens who saved the life of an abandoned boxer.
The unloved, the broken, the maimed, the abandoned, the forgotten, the abused, the sick – all found love, acceptance, care and a forever home through Boxer Rescue of NWA because of caring, giving, loving volunteers and donors like you.
RESCUE, REHABILITATE, RE-HOME the unloved, the broken, the maimed, the abandoned, the forgotten, the abused, the surrendered, the sick boxers who would otherwise continue to suffer or perish without rescue intervention.
Working with area shelters, animal control, animal abuse officers, other rescues and caring citizens across the state, Boxer Rescue of NWA’s ability to rescue is 100% dependent upon volunteers, and donations from private donors, adoption fees and fundraising events.
This rescue functions and exists through the efforts of an all volunteer team and kind-hearted people who are willing to commit their personal time and resources to make rescue endeavors successful. As always, this rescue desperately needs FOSTER HOMES!
Undoubtedly, it is a labor of love that keeps volunteers giving their valuable time to accomplish the mission and raise needed funds for medical care and rescue of this great breed.
This and other rescues could not continue without volunteers and donations. We humbly ask you to consider a tax-deductible donation to keep rescue work going.