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Serving New Mexico

Success Stories

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.

Maddie #2 - Is Currently Available for Adoption or Foster!  

Maddie is a young female surrendered to the rescue. She is spayed, microchipped and up-to-date on her shots. She loves other dogs and warms up to her humans after some time. We are looking for a foster for her or permanent home ASAP. She definitely needs a good human pack leader to build her confidence on walks and with more human friends.   If you'd like to know more, please email us.

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Roxy - Is Currently On A Test Drive!  

Meet Roxy, an 18 month old Boxer that weighs in at approximately 62 lbs. She is spayed, microchipped and current on vaccinations.  Roxy is described by her current owner as friendly, active, playfull, smart, affectionate and protective.  Roxy has not been around other dogs and stays in the house most of the time. Roxy does pretty good riding in the car and has not been exposed to many visitors since Covid.  She is pretty much spoiled by my 7 year old grandson who lives with us and Roxy also plays with the other family members in the home.  Roxy is a good dog who likes kids and adults once she gets to know you.  She likes to play ball and chase my grandson around the house.  Roxy likes to sleep with different family members and is protective of her humans .  She is house broken and does not require a crate.  If you'd like to know more, please email us.

Ada - Is Currently Available for Adoption!  

Ada as described by her foster Mom (Thank you Gina for fostering Ada!): 

Ada is approximately 2 to 3 years old and is house trained, crate trained and walks on leash without pulling.  She also comes when called and is not food aggressive. Ada mingles well with the dogs she has met, both males and female.  Ada has not been introduced to cats at her foster home.  She notices bunnies in her yard but not attentive enough to catching any. Ada has not attempted to jump fences or gates at her foster home. Ada is excited with new people, but does not jump up on people and settles quickly.  She has a formidable bark when someone comes to the door, but ceases when I tell her "thank you" and "that is enough".  She does not charge out of the door.  ADA IS NOT JUST ANY DOG - she plays soccer! She can dribble the ball down the grass, bump it up with her head, sometimes lets it roll down her back, and allows me to have a turn.  It is time to put up a goal!  Ada needs this type of physical and mental interaction with her family. Ada is intelligent and wants to please.  This makes her easily trainable, as she learns by watching. Ada was timid when she arrived, she is confident now, and learns best from a quiet voice. I like to take Ada with me on errands as she is such a joy to be with. She is easy to love!

Ada will need medication for her left rear leg for joint comfort.   If you're interested in adopting Ada please send us an email

Milo has been adopted!  

Luna - Has Been Adopted!  

Tyson#2 - Has Been Adopted!  

This is a new/different Tyson (very popular Boxer name).  Tyson will be 1 year old in April and is around 3 kids everyday. The oldest is 9 with twin girls that are 5. He's great with the kids. The kids are constantly laying on Tyson. They often put head bands on him. He is all about letting them play. Tyson is house broken and sleeps in a crate at night. He likes to chill on the couch, but loves to play fetch and run around the backyard. He knows how to sit and shake hands with a snap of a finger.

Gadget - His Family has Decided to Keep Him!

Gabby has been adopted!  

Roxi has been adopted!  


Nolan now Nate has been adopted!  

Bo has been adopted!  


Ruby has been adopted!

Ruby's story: She was only 10 weeks old when she was hospitalized at the Veterinary Emergency Center on Montgomery Blvd..

As you can see from her pictures her condition was critical.  Ruby was surrendered to us by an individual that thought this condition would correct itself without seeking veterinary care.  Ruby was not eating or drinking at all prior to being surrendered to us on 11/19.

We were been able to determine that she had hookworms that were left untreated for almost two weeks. Ruby was so sick that she received a blood transfusion her first night in the hospital.

Hookworm infection causes disease through worms eating and sucking blood from the dog's intestine.  This can cause significant blood loss, which can be very severe in young puppies and if left untreated, as in this case, results in a condition called "failure to thrive".

Her blood counts are still a little low but she is improving everyday and she has been adopted into her forever home!

Sawyer has been adopted!  


Alta has been adopted!

Buster has been adopted!

Dixie - H​as been adopted and is now Daisy!

Bo and Luke - Adopted Together!  

Freckles - Has been adopted!  

Kiara - Has been adopted!  

Tigger - Has been adopted!  

Pretzel - Has been adopted and is now Joe! 

Hercules has been adopted!