RESCUE A BOXER works diligently to find forever homes in Vancouver, BC AREA, for Boxer dogs in need of a second start. Since 2004 we have rescued and placed hundreds of amazing Boxer dogs. RAB is an organization of volunteers who are dedicated to finding loving forever homes for homeless Boxers and promoting responsible pet ownership. We work with other rescue groups, shelters, veterinarians and breeders to help achieve our goals.
Canadian Registered Charity #85269-7440RR0001
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Simba now Rudy - Home sweet home
I had a great visit with Melissa, Andrew and Rudy today. They are so in love with this puppy. He is such a cuddler. I got a picture of his sister Kalie as well, she is 5 years old and a super sweet dog. She and Rudy are getting along well although she is not keen on him snuggling up to her as he soon starts to chew on her legs!
Rudy now Major - Majorly loving life!
All is well, .... very cute ....you mixed up his name... its Major!
He is doing very well, 18" tall and 37 lbs on Sunday. These pictures are 2 weeks old... he is even bigger... I think he starting to look more like a boxer!
Thanks Jen and take care
Nala - Our Boxer Puppy in her new home
Monday, February 21, 2011
Missing Boxer in Abbotsford, BC - MASON HAS BEEN FOUND
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Rugby - WBBRs own therapy dog! - we couldn't be more proud!!!
Just let you know that Rugby has grown up to a very handsome and healthy guy!
He is the fastest one when chasing the ball.
We still visiting old age home every week,we're the members of Pets & Friends now.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Noelle & Brutus are Forever Home
Remember Noelle (Noel)? Noelle was our Christmas miracle. You see this old gal was adopted out 9 years ago when she was just a young adult. For some reason or another she found herself picked up off the street and in a shelter in Spokane. WBBR brought her home to Canada with the help of many wonderful people. Everyone wanted to help this senior gal find her way home and everyone pitched in to make it work.
Noelle was fostered with a puppy named Brutus and they fell in love instantly. One day we were contacted by a nice family saying that they wanted to adopt Noelle and to give her a forever and loving home. Unfortunately its not very often that we get many applications for senior dogs. Many people have different misconceptions about adopting a senior. But this family defintley loves their seniors and they know that age is really just a number. They know there is no guarantee to life at any age.
We told them about how bonded Noelle & the puppy Brutus were. And how much they loved eachother. It was apparent to them they did not want to break them apart, so they also adopted Brutus!
What a truly wonderful and happy ending for both Noelle & Brutus. These babies have found a home together with lots of love and companionship, thanks to the kindness of many volunteers.
"There are incalculable resources in the human spirit, once it has been set free."
Hubert H. Humphrey
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Meet Wall-E, WBBR's newest medical baby
Wall-E (named by my children) returned from LA a few days ago with me. When I met this boy I just couldn't believe his amazingly sweet personality even with the shape that he was in. I knew after meeting him he had to come to Canada. Wall-E has a broken pelvis and a dislocated leg. This injury is old, at least 6-7 weeks. He was probably hit by a car and his owner never came to find him. At this time Wall-E is fighting an upper respratory infection that he needs to kick before surgery. If all goes well he will be scheduled for surgery this Monday
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