Diamond Springs Boxer Rescue

Fur kids list for April, 2008




Fur Kid of the Month

This is Whittie,Please read his story

Click here to read his story

Please Don't forget your pets monthly Heartworm Treatment



Please Do Not Apply if you are not certain you are ready to adopt. The time and money spent to approve an application is better spent on our rescues. We work with a number of rescue groups and try hard to make the best possibles placements for our rescues. While you might fall in love with a fur kids picture that doesn't mean that you are a match for their activity level or personality. We are selective in placing our fur kids because we work for them. Finding the right family for them is our goal.

Our Mission

Diamond Springs Boxer Rescue is a private, volunteer, organization. We are dedicated to the rescue of unwanted, neglected, abused,and abandoned Boxers from shelters, as strays, or from owners who need to give up their Fur Kid due to changing life circumstances such as: relocation, financial hardship, divorce, illness, or death. We provide food, shelter, medical attention, and TLC during their wait for the "RIGHT" forever home. We are committed to forming an alliance with others who do rescue in Michigan and the surrounding areas to provide better access to fur kids in need and potential applicants. We can't save every Fur Kid but we can make a difference...one Fur Kid at a time!

How we got started

We started Diamond Springs Boxer Rescue in January, 2001 as a named organization, however, our interest in rescue work began many years ago when we visited the local humane society and adopted a little Blue Healer girl that we named Tilly. Not restricted to Boxers at the time, we took in any animal needing our help. Over time, however, we were asked by a friend if we would like to adopt a white Boxer, and that was all it took for us to fall in love with the breed. His smushed-up little face and boxer antics stole our hearts. His immense loyalty has sparked in us a devotion to the breed that continues to grow stronger every day. After a few adoptions of our own we are running out of couch space so we decided to go into Boxer Rescue full-time to help fur kids in need find great forever homes.

Adopting a Friend

To be able to adopt a boxer kid you must first fill out an application and be approved, this process will also include a home visit by a rescue volunteer. Once you have been approved, we will work to place the best fur kid for your situation and wants. We usually have more or know of other boxers than may be on this site so try not to get impatient, this process works, really!

We spay and neuter before any of our fur kids are available. Please Do Not apply if you are not willing to spay and neuter any pet that you may already have in your home.

Anyone actively involved in the breeding of Any breed will not be approved for adoption. NO Exception.

"IF YOU'RE NOT PART OF THE SOLUTION, YOU'RE PART OF THE PROBLEM." "Anyone who doesn't take direct action to make things better is just an obstacle to changing the status quo" (the current state of affairs).

Eldridge Cleaver is generally credited with its coinage (1968). However, according to Ralph Keys, it was used earlier by City College (N.Y.) president Buell Gallagher (1964). " From "Random House Dictionary of Popular Proverbs and Sayings" by Gregory Y. Titelman (Random House, New York, 1996).

For an application please click here

Helping a Friend in Need

If you have or know of a fur kid in need, please feel free to contact us. We are more then willing to help in any way that we can.

Rescue Work Building a Network of Alliance

Whether you rescued a stray or have a rescue group, if you need to have kids posted to the web, a home check or transport we would like to help in any way we can. If you would be willing to help us, Please let us know. We may have different ways of doing things but we are all working for the same cause.

Diamond Springs Boxer Rescue.org

All of Michigan, Fennville MI 49408

To apply please click here for the application

While you might fall in love with a fur kids picture that doesn't mean that you are a match for their activity level or personality. We are selective in placing our fur kids because we work for them. Finding the right family for them is our goal.

You must fill out our online application before we will give out additional information about our rescues that has not been included on this website


Email: mark@diamondspringsboxerrescue.org
Click here for a list of fur kids at our rescue



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