Florida Boxer Rescue, Inc.

Our organization has been in existence since the mid 1990's and we incorporated in 2000. We have rescued and rehomed over 4,500 Boxer dogs. We are an all volunteer organization.

Crestview, FL,32536
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Website: http://flbr.org

Captain F23-025

Boxer | Samson, AL

Age : 3 Years 3 MonthsYoungMaleBrindle


Energy Level


House Trained


Good in Home With

Others DogsChildren

Adoption Fees


Meet Captain F23-025

4/6/2024 - 3 y/o, 61 lbs. Bio:   I am 3 years old , full of energy, very lovable once I get to know you. A little insecure and over protective at times but working on that with my foster parents. Get along with my foster sister but not sure about other dogs or other animals. I get a lil anxious when I'm left alone. I will do better with older children and other people with proper introduction. Still working on being house train and crate train, but doing better. Evaluation Hold: 12/3/2023 - Captain is under our mandatory evaluation period, and is not available for adoption at this time. The foster home will have the opportunity to adopt once the evaluation period is complete.  If you would like to be a back-up applicant for Captain, please complete an application at:   http://flbr.org/application-form/.  Please also take a look at his available boxer friends as we get to know him better. 

Adoption Process
Applicant applies to adopt. Volunteers does a vet check to make sure all current or previous animals are UTD on shots, HW prevention and spayed or neutered. We also ask the vet/vet tech if s/he believes the applicant should have a boxer. Then we do a property check to make sure the applicant owns his/her home or that the landlord is OK with the applicant having a boxer. If there is a HOA or COA then we make sure that Boxers are OK. Then we call the applicant for a phone interview. If the phone interview goes well then we do a home interview. If that goes well the applicant is approved to adopt one of boxers and everyone will go meet the dog(s) they're interested in adopting. Once they find the right match they sign a contract and pay the adoption fee. The adoption fees range in price depending upon the age of the dog. The adoption fee is decided by the Board of Directors if the boxer is under a year old(it largely depends on the vetting costs). A year to 6 years is $250, and dogs over seven have a $175 adoption fee. If we ever get boxer mixes, those dogs have a $150 adoption fee.

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