Saving Boxers, one paw at a time

Minnesota Boxer Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming Boxers in need. We are committed to finding loving, responsible, committed "forever" homes for all of our boxers.

Boxers are like potato chips, you can’t just have one!

Operated 100% by dedicated & committed volunteers

We understand that adopting a boxer is a major decision, and we are here to help you every step of the way. Our adoption process is designed to ensure that each boxer is placed in a home that is the best fit for their individual needs and personality.

We also offer a variety of resources and support to our adopters, including training tips, behavior advice, and access to our network of experienced boxer owners.

UPCOMING EVENTS

may

05may1:00 pm4:00 pmWiggle Butt, Beer & BingoBeer! Bingo! Raffle prizes! Merch! And ALL DOG FRIENDLY! Bring your bestie and bingo your heart out!

17may6:30 pm9:30 pmSt. Paul Saints Pet of the GameMinnesota Boxer Rescue will be "pet of the the game"

19may1:00 pm3:00 pmMeet & Greet - Chuck & Don's

19may2:00 pm5:00 pmSt. Paul Saints Pet of the Game Minnesota Boxer Rescue will be "pet of the the game"

june

08jun10:30 am2:30 pmWigglefestWigglefest – June 8th, 2024 Saturday June 8th, 2024 10:30 AM until 02:30 PM

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

Note: All volunteers paid with kisses and love. And maybe some slobber.

Meet Your New Best Friend at our monthly meet & greets

We partner with local pet supply and specialty stores around the Twin Cities to host monthly Meet & Greets!

Meet dogs available for adoption -- subject to availability, these boxers live busy lives with their foster famliies!

Ask questions about the adoption or foster process. Did you know we have a foster-to-adopt program?

Support those who support MNBR with donations, supplies, and space for events!

PS - your dog says you need more treats.

Success Stories

Success Story – Rex

My wife and I adopted Rex, a 1½ year old male boxer, that had been surrendered by several families due to being too hyper, child reactive, and dog reactive.  Having owned six previous boxers, many

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Opening up your life to a Boxer who needs a home is one of the most fulfilling things you can Do!