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Serving New Mexico

Meet Our Rescued Boxers

We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Donations of any amount are welcome. Your generosity is what keeps us able to rescue abandoned Boxers and provide them with a second chance at life.

Boxers in Need of Forever Homes

Meet our loving rescues, who need a new family, here at Boxer Rescue of Albuquerque. We serve clients within New Mexico and occasionally, surrounding states.

Lola - Is Currently Available  

Lola is a spayed female brindle Boxer around 4 years old and weighs about 55 pounds. She is currently being cared for by a family who recently lost a loved one that was her previous owner. Unfortunately, Lola does not get along with the current family dog and can no longer be cared for in her present situation. Lola is crate trained and house broken. She gets a little nervous when she meets new people, but is very drawn to kids and women. She's a little hesitant with men and may need some work in that area. She is very lovable, loves attention and loves to tell you about it. She prefers to have her family around and is not thrilled when everyone is gone. Please send us an inquiry if you're interested in meeting Lola.


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Taylor now Buster - Is currently available!

Buster is approximately 2 years old. He is a big boy weighing in at around 70 pounds. If you've been following our available boxers page, you would have noticed that Buster had been adopted. Unfortunately, the adoption didn't work out and he is once again available. He will make a great companion for empty nesters or families with teen children. He is incredibly obedient and will bond to his adoptive family very quickly. We are recommending that he be the only dog in the household. He is excellent on leash and will make someone a great lifelong companion. As you can see from his pictures below, he can be quite the couch potato.

Here’s a brief recap of how he came to our rescue from the person that found him:

“I'm writing in hopes you can help. We live out near the NM Zuni/Navajo pueblos where dog abuse and dumping is rampant. So, a couple days ago, while driving to get gas, I came across this fellow. He was in the road, it was snowing and as you can see, he has no meat on his bones. I couldn't stand to leave him to get hit or continue starving so I picked him up. Best intentions....He seems very sweet, not very old, doesn't appear to be unhealthy in other ways and is neutered. I took him by a vet to scan for a chip, no chip of course".

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