Boxer Dog Rescue Northern England

Helping Boxers In Need Across The North Of England And Beyond Registered Charity No. 1153127


Last updated: 21st June 2017

There are many dogs waiting to be rehomed, a selection of them are shown below. 




Meet 4 year old Scar who has been in kennels for the last 5 months undergoing some intensive 'back to basics' training on a 1:1 basis. He has never been taught doggie manners, so he is now learning what is - and is not - acceptable behaviour. 

He is a handsome, playful lad who can be nervous of strangers at first but forms a strong bond when he gets to know you. He enjoys playing with a football and loves to do zoomies in typical Boxer fashion!

Scar needs a stable home with a structured routine and a good amount of exercise with a confident handler. He is looking for a home with no children and no other animals so his new owner(s) can spend time continuing his training. If you feel you can offer Scar a foster or forever home, please complete our online application.


Benzy is a 2 year old boy who is coming into our care because of behavioural issues and is looking for a foster or forever home.
His owner reports he is fine with her but will mouth other people who come to the house. He has a lot of energy and is quite excitable but is not responding to her verbal correction so he will need an assertive and experienced boxer owner to address this behaviour.

Benzy currently lives happily with a female dog but can be very boisterous when meeting other dogs. He is not used to children so we would be looking for a child free home. He is house trained and crate trained but does not like to be left for long periods. Benzy needs a stable home with a structured routine and a good amount of exercise with a confident handler. As you can see, he’s a handsome young boy but don’t let that ‘butter wouldn’t melt’ look fool you!

If you feel you can give Benzy the foster or forever home he needs, please complete our online application.


This gorgeous boy is 8 year old Ricky. He has come into our care following a marriage breakdown. He is well behaved, in very good condition and still active at his age. He is fine when being left as he is used to this.

Ricky needs to be the only dog - he doesn't seem to have been socialised and pulls towards other dogs while walking, although he walks well on a head collar. He needs someone who is prepared to continue his training & socialisation.

If you think you can offer Ricky a loving forever home, please complete our online adoption application.