Boxer Rescue Mission Statement
Missouri Valley Boxer Club, as a progressive member of the American
Boxer Club and an American
Boxer Rescue Association affiliate member, has organized a committee of
volunteers who strive to find homes for displaced Boxers of all age, size and
color. It is our desire to match personal characteristics of both humans and
dogs to insure a loving, supportive environment.
The focus of our rescue program is twofold. The first being the consideration
of the unique needs of each Boxer before being placed in an adoptive home. Secondly,
we take into account the ability of potential adoptive homes to meet the dog's
needs and address the situation which brought this dog to rescue.
In agreeing to adopt one of our rescue dogs we require a signed Adoption Agreement
which states first and foremost that the dog is being adopted as companion and
a house pet. While this is the most significant issue, proper diet, medical attention,
etc. are of equal importance and further detailed in the Adoption Agreement.
An adoption fee is also necessary to continue providing incoming rescues with
proper medical attention such as spaying/neutering, vaccinations, etc.
As a non-profit organization
we depend upon our volunteers, monetary and food donations
as well as gifts of blankets, crates and bedding to insure our continued success.
Check the Donation Information page to find out how you can help.
Are you curious as to how much we typically need to spend on each of our
rescues? Our What does it cost? page will show
you how much we need your help and support.
our Rescue coordinator for more information
about our Rescue program.
Boxer Rescue Foundation
MVBC Rescue is
an affiliate member of the American Boxer Rescue Association since 2000.