Bailey – 3 year old male Boxer

Meet Bailey. He’s 3 a year old white boy who loves attention. He’s such a loving boy and loves having a good play of tuggie and also cuddles and licks! He’s an excitable and lively lad and does pull on lead until his energy has gone. He is looking for an adult only home with no children. He will chase cats, but he is fine with dogs. He previously lived with a Jack Russell cross and is now in foster with a boxer bitch.

Bailey had a couple of funny ‘turns’ earlier in the year, we are unsure if he had just fained or they were fits. The vet does not think he has epilepsy and his heart is fine. He has not had any problems in the last 4 months so it is something that may not happen again. Bailey is currently in foster in Redditch, Worcestershire.


Oskar – 8-9 year old male Boxer

This handsome man is Oskar, he is 8.5 years old, still a giddy kipper and full of fun! Sadly Oskars dad passed away and he found himself in kennels, Oskar was his lifelong companion, they did everything together and he was a very much loved boy. We are now looking for a very special home for him who will love him jut as much as his dad did! Oskar has never lived with other dogs but he has been okay with those he has met, he is living with a little female at the moment and loves to play with her. He does need a home with no young children though as he does not have a history of living with children (or cats!) but has been fine with older kids (10+).

Oskar is such a lovely lad who is full of beans but also very cuddly, he loves a good bum rub and a boxer snog! He is crate trained, travels well in the car and knows all of his basic command, he loves his food too so will do anything for a treat :) he loves to run and play or even just to sit with you whilst you are busy doing something.

Oskar needs a home where he will have company for most of the day as he does not like to be left alone, especially at bed time! He is the sweetest cuddliest boy but has clearly been worried and a little knocked back by this whole situation ideally he needs a home experienced with the breed. But one that will not be forceful with him and will respect all that he has been through.

Oskar is now in a foster home in Nottingham.


Polo – 3-5 year old male Boxer

Hi everyone, my name is Polo! But you can call me whatever you like (within reason!) because I cant hear you anyway! I have been lucky enough to end up at JLBRL to find a new home, my owners left me on the streets and I ended up in the stray pound. I have been told I need to get some meat on my bones because I’m too skinny, I’m trying but I don’t really like it in kennels, I’m a bit stressed so its hard! One thing that is keeping me happy though is my toys, if anyone out there has a home for me ill be at your beck and call if there is a toy in it for me!

I would like a home with no other dogs though as I do not really get on with them much, I am more of a people person! Oh if you are proud of your garden I probably would not be a good match, gardens are for digging in, i like digging! ALOT! digging is my favorite thing to do, oh as well as chasing cars, I have been told this is not allowed and i need someone to teach me some manners around traffic, oops! Waiting patiently for the one.


Cooper – 3 year old male Boxer

Meet the handsome Cooper! This gorgeous boy is 3 years old, he is looking for a new home as sadly him and one of the dogs in the home have taken a disliking to each other. Since arriving with us Cooper has not been the outgoing dog we were told he was, he is VERY scared of new things and was absolutely petrified in his kennel when he first came in, he is slowly learning to cope better and will now greet you at the front of his kennel with a waggy tail rather than cowering in his bed. He can still get very spooked though, if something outside the home scares him he will tremble and growl, this is all fear based, if he is scared he will growl, he has NEVER bitten or snapped!

We have been told Cooper is a slight cross, but not sure what he is crossed with! As you can see from the pictures he is mostly boxer and is definitely very handsome so we are hoping this wont put you off! Cooper loves he walks, like most dogs he’s a bit pulley on the lead sometimes but in general he is very laid back, he loves cuddles from whoever will give them to him! Cooper needs a home with no children. In general he is okay with other dogs he knows but again he is still very nervous at the moment and is not happy around new dogs.

He has never been around cats but has been fine with the rabbits and budgies he lived with. He is used to being left alone but he does like to suck and chew his blankets and his plastic bed but never anything in the house.


Leala – 4 year old female Boxer

Meet beautiful boxer, Leala, who is four-years old and being fostered in Bicester, Oxon. Leala has the waggiest tail ever! It is constantly in propeller mode. She loves nothing more than resting her head on your knee when you sit down and nods off standing up. Her impish boxer mode is becoming more apparent as she grows in confidence. She is still a little unsure – she does tend to follow and get under your feet when you least expect it! She loves her snuggles and adores men once she knows them well enough, snores like a typical boxer, loves a chew and playing ball although she won’t always give it you back. Leala loves long walks and is very nosey.

Leala is sociable with both adults and older children that she knows well. She is very playful and bouncy. She is not dominant with her food or toys. She will scale the garden fencing, given half a chance. She travels well in the car and takes visits to the vets in her stride. She is very happy to be touched, but not by strangers. She is not at all destructive. Leala can be left for up to 4 hours in her crate which she is slowly getting used to, although she is happier if the door is left open.

Leala requires a lot of training. When she arrived she didn’t know any commands at all, so had to start at the beginning. Her lead training is coming along and she is now house-trained. At the moment she is not sociable with other dogs, but this is a work in progress. She tends to snap before she’s snapped at. Her foster family feel that with time and work she will overcome this as she can walk passed other dogs with no problems – it is just that she has had little or no socialisation and she doesn’t know how to behave. She will need further work with socialisation – she is currently nervous of everything. Her lead training will need further work. At the moment she barks at new people until she is comfortable with them – this is also being worked on. Leala is currently seeing a behaviourist to deal with her nerves and aggression towards strangers or other dogs. This needs very careful intervention which is being worked on.

Leala is looking for a quieter home, where she will be the only dog and where she can gain the confidence she needs. She needs someone who is patient with her and won’t give up on the first hurdle! Her foster family adore this young lady and want it to be the most perfect forever home they can find for her. Leala has come on so much but she still has a long way to go. They want her to continue thriving and going forward. She needs someone who has lots of time on their hands and lots of patience. She would be best suited to someone who is home most of the day with her as she loves human company.

Leala would be best homed with older children due to her tail going into over-drive (it’s quite painful being whacked by it!) She needs someone who is willing to take her on lots of adventure and give her lots of cuddles. Experience with boxers and their eccentric ways would be an advantage. She does need a lot of training but is such a waggy tailed affectionate lady that the hard work with her will pay off – giving her family a lovable but kooky companion. Leala is neutered, wormed, micro-chipped, flea treated and fully vaccinated. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in Bicester, Oxon.

If you are interested in adopting her please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.


Marley – 7 year old male Boxer

Hi all, I’m Marley! Like some of my other friends at JLBRL. I was also found on the streets, my owner didnt come to claim me so I came here to find a new boxer loving home! I think im about 7, or 8? I cant count so i am not sure, that’s what they tell me anyway. I have been in kennels for a while now, but im hoping my home is out there somewhere, i am waiting patiently for you to find me!

Like my mate Polo, i do not really like other dogs much either, Im fussy on who I let in my friend zone! But I love my people, im another people person! 2 of the lovely volunteers at JLBRL have been taking me out of a Saturday to the local pub garden, I could get used to this! I am getting quite a fan club at the pub So if my forever home is out there, ill be up for taking you our for a few pints of a Saturday if there is a steak in it for me.


Marley – 6 year old male Boxer

This gorgeous boy was found as a stray but sadly no one came to claim him! He’s around 6 years old and is a lovely friendly lad. He’s not doing to well in kennels and losing weight despite being fed 2 meals a day. He’s a gorgeous lad seems fine with other dogs and didn’t try to chase the cat. As he was a stray he is looking for a home with no young children.


Cooper – 3 year old male Boxer

Cooper is a very small Boxer dog with a very big heart. He loves children, cats, other dogs of any description and all other animals. Cooper has sometimes gently nudged a toad along to the back garden door in order to show his ‘mum’ what he has found. He has also kept a close eye on the new born kittens and dutifully washed them when allowed. He is a fantastic family dog. He has good recall but will get carried away with a prevailing scent and go out of sight for a minute or two. After his walk is happy to loll around not doing much. Kitten minding possibly!

If you go out he’ll stay behind but if you leave the bin for him he may raid it otherwise he doesn’t touch anything in the home. In the morning he will dance for you with excitement and waggle his boxer rear end. Cooper had a poor start and was taken in by someone and looked after, he is still a little underweight. He used to be afraid of men, of cigarettes and chains. Cooper is a credit to the lady who has helped him as he is an amazing lad loving and kind. He has been neutered and is looking for a forever loving kind home, he may be seen with his small friend Jess in Brentwood. They do not have to go together.


Tyson – 7 year old male Boxer

Tyson is a 7 year old male boxer who sadly came into rescue due a change in his family’s situation. Tyson’s fosterer’s have been working hard on socialising him with other dogs as when he came into rescue he was very unsure of them. Tyson spent the weekend at a boxer beach meet. His foster mum said he was such a good boy and didn’t retaliate when he was told off by a few of the others.

Tyson can be left for short periods without any drama and he will sleep downstairs although he is still a wimp as he wont go outside without the light on! Tyson’s foster family adore this boy so if he is going to be rescued from them he needs adopting quickly!



Taz – 6 year old male Boxer

Taz is a 6 year old neutered male red boxer. Taz originally came into rescue with Smudge however we feel both boys would thrive without one another therefore Taz is looking for a home on his own. Taz is great with kids of all ages and loves nothing more then morning snuggles. Although Taz has lived with another dog before, he isnt overally keen on dogs he meets whilst out and about so this is something his new owner would need to work on.

Taz is a chunky boy so his foster mum is working hard on helping his achieve his ultimate figure! Taz will happily settle for a few hours left alone however he is just as happy when you return home! If you would like to offer this chunky monkey his forever home please visit our website and complete the apply to adopt form.


Smudge – 5 year old male Boxer

Smudge originally came into rescue a number of months ago with his ‘brother’ Taz. Although the boys initially appeared to be very close we soon found out that they weren’t as close as we thought and after difficult deliberations we have made the tough decision to re home the boys separately. Smudge is a 5 year old neutered male boxer who gets on well with other dogs whilst out and about.

Smudge is currently in a foster home with children of various ages and he interacts with them fabulously. Smudge could live with another dog, potentially a female as he seems to accept them in the home better than males. Smudge has been in rescue for far too long which we are struggling to understand why.

If you feel you could provide Smudge with his much longed for forever home please visit our website and complete the apply to adopt forms and one of our rescue co-ordinators will be in touch.


Jasper – 5 year old male Boxer

Jasper has just arrived in our care after spending 7 days in the dog pound after been found by the dog warden. Jasper was at risk of been put to sleep as his owner failed to come forward following him been found wandering the streets lost and confused. As Jasper was a stray we are unable to confirm at present how he is with other animals or children however Jasper will be fully assessed before been rehomed. Jasper is a lovely lad who all the kennel staff adore. We cant imagine who would want to loose this boy.

If you would like to give Jasper the loving home he so deserves please visit our website and complete the apply to adopt form and one of our rescue co-ordinators will be in touch.


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