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#881173 - 13th Jun 2014 3:27pm Boxer dog free to good home
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Boxer dog free to good home 4 years old I took him because owner didn't want him move home and someone has complain as dogs ain't allowed so have to get rid of him am absolutely gutted he quite protective be brill as guard dog lovely but is very wary of new people. But easily gets used to people


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#881191 - 13th Jun 2014 4:17pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
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Sofie we had post like this last year with a lovely happy ending for a 5yr old boxer dog in need of a good home thanks to Joe legacy's Boxer dog rescue in Liverpool.

Last years boxer dog re-homing clicky


Joe Legacy Boxer rescue in Liverpool is the place to get in touch with if you want assurance that your dog will be going to a good loving forever home, and you won't have to worry that he won't be used as dog fighting bait or just left to rot and starve in a small back yard being used as guard/trophy dog once the novelty of getting a free dog has worn off.

Boxer Rescue Liverpool clicky

Boxer rescue Liverpool Facebook page clicky

They will keep you updated with your dogs progress on being re-homed if you ask them.

Good luck and let us know how you get on. X


Edited by Kev30x (13th Jun 2014 4:32pm)

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#881209 - 13th Jun 2014 6:18pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
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Thank you don't even wanna let him go x

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#881236 - 13th Jun 2014 8:22pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
LittleFoote Offline
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Please don't give him away for free. People pick dogs up for free for dog baiting. Try Liverpool Boxer Rescue too.

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#881237 - 13th Jun 2014 8:33pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
LittleFoote Offline
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Or these guys.

Friends of the animals rct.

These are really good people. The dog goes to foster first so the behaviour can be assessed and the adoptor gets chosen to suit the dogs needs rather than the other way.

They have foster homes all over the country too.

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#881321 - 14th Jun 2014 11:54am Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
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Originally Posted By: sofieelou
Thank you don't even wanna let him go x


Sofie the only option you have really is to move house if you want to keep the dog, but i know that is easier said than done luv, and the chances of finding someone local decent to re-home your dog is gonna be a big gamble because you are giving him away for free and because he is a boxer dog, they have a high chance of being abused in one way or another. You won't regret handing him over to Joe Legacy boxer rescue because they are massive boxer dog lovers and they do home checks when they re-home the dogs etc and don't just re-home them with anyone. Let us know what you decide to do and im sorry that you have been put in this predicament hun. X

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#881336 - 14th Jun 2014 3:24pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: Kev30x]
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i was in same situation last year and i had all kinds of scum bags ringing up . if u can sleep at night knowing he mite get battered then go ahead or do what i done and phone boxer rescue who came next day and collected him . he is now with a couple who love him to bits an doing great . they charge people 200 to buy a boxer so u no he gna be looked afer an he will be picked up soon cos e a stunner x

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#881350 - 14th Jun 2014 3:52pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
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Is he good with children????

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#882086 - 18th Jun 2014 5:58pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
Kev30x Offline
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Any updates Sofie?

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#882174 - 18th Jun 2014 10:27pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
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I, as a DOG LOVER passed on the information/ photo to somebody who is very interested. They are experienced Boxer owners and I can vouch for them that your pooch will be loved and looked after. Please P.M me.
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#882177 - 18th Jun 2014 10:38pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: RUDEBOX]
madrob Offline
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Registered: 21st Jun 2010
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Hes in birkenhead dog pound needs saving

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#882182 - 18th Jun 2014 10:56pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: madrob]
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Originally Posted By: madrob
Hes in birkenhead dog pound needs saving
NOOOOOOOOO!!!! Really???? FFS. Well, I'm FUMING!!! Easy option, I suppose?? *Gob zipped- I'm off
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#882187 - 18th Jun 2014 11:19pm Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
katyem Offline
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Registered: 6th Sep 2011
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Loc: wallasey
http://www.wirral.gov.uk/wirraldogs/Detail.asp?DogsID=8495



is this him then? He looks very forlorn, would your friend still be interested in adopting him from the pound?

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#882205 - 19th Jun 2014 6:25am Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: katyem]
madrob Offline
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Yes thats him

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#882209 - 19th Jun 2014 7:31am Re: Boxer dog free to good home [Re: sofieelou]
katyem Offline
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Registered: 6th Sep 2011
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Loc: wallasey
That's so sad I don't understand why he didn't go to boxer rescue

I have two French bulldogs and kids so I couln@t rehome him as the post said about him being protective etc

I hope someone adopts him soon he looks so scared on the pic.

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