NorCal Boxer Rescue

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“NorCal Boxer Rescue provides a temporary sanctuary for Boxers in need throughout California. Boxers come to us from shelters and from owners who are no longer able to care for them. We provide these animals with veterinary care, spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, a microchip, a temporary foster home at a private residence, lots of love, and placement into a carefully screened home forever. NCBR is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is run entirely by a dedicated group of volunteers who have an unmatched love for preserving this wonderful breed. If you have a heart for animals, we invite you get involved in whatever capacity you can. ”

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1posted: June 14th, 2011

Bad rescue group!

Norcal Boxer Rescue is a manipulative organization that you do not want to deal with. They use their contract to protect themselves from providing any basic rights to the adopter. My dog was so far from the requests on my application that it could have been a simple issue to correct by taking the dog back and placing a more appropriate dog. Instead they referred to the 7 days that an adopter has to return a dog (that isn't even long enough for the "honeymoon stage") and refused to give me my money back. But this drug out over a years time and my emotions became raw as I became very attached to protecting this dog and yet, having to let her go after such an incredible length of time with her. If the business was run properly they would have acted fast and replaced the dog and all would have been satisfied. Apparently NCBR President prefers to keep the dogs moving without any concern for the dog or the adopter. Amy not only lied, but manipulated me with my emotions toward this horrible situation. Save your self the money and time and adopt for the Humane Society. At least they'll tell you up front that they know nothing about the dog.


5posted: April 20th, 2010

Boxers for life!


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