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My name is Sorin!

Boxer Dog for adoption in Houston, Texas - Sorin
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I'm being cared for by:
Lone Star Boxer Rescue

Facts about Sorin

  • Breed: Boxer
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10797288
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

3/1/17 UPDATE:  I recently scored a temporary foster home to give me a break from boarding.  Let me tell you, I have been having a blast!  My temp foster dad says that I'm your average boxer....I enjoy getting my belly rubbed, I love all the attention you can give me, I enjoy the company of all the resident pups, and I have never met a toy I did not like!  I'm housebroken and have adjusted well to life with one eye!  Most important, says my temp foster dad, I found so hard to survive but not only am I surviving, I'm thriving!  Now that I've had a taste of the good life, I can't wait to find my forever, loving home! 

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2/1/17 UPDATE:  WOW....I'm looking good if I have to say so myself!  To see where I started.....well, it's scary because I was....let's just say that I was rescued in the nick of time! But enough about that, I want everyone to know how well I'm doing!  I'm a fun-loving guy with a hankering for toys....I just love my toys!  They say that I'm a gentle guy and although I've not been around other dogs very much, I can't imagine that I'd be anything but magnificant with other dogs.  

As you can see, I've had a hard life.  I don't want you to feel sorry for me but I don't want to sugar coat things either.  I've had several surgeries including one to remove my left eye.  My right eye works just fine so I'll be okay but I'm still getting used to life with one eye. Until I am comfortable with it, they say that I should be placed in a foster home with kids that are teenage or order.  So, it was also recently determined that in my previous life, my back was broken at some point and, although healed, I have some arthritis that will require meds to make me comfortable going forward.  I've been in boarding now for a long while and I'm really, really craving a place to lay my head other than this metal crate!  I could really benefit from a loving foster home that will help me regain my strength and rebuild muscle tone!  I'm like a budding flower.......I just keep getting prettier on the inside and out!  Won't you consider being part of this fantastic transformation?!  

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12/6/16 Update:  What a difference a few weeks makes!  Take a look at my current and before pictures.  I know to you I may still look like I have a long way to go but, to me, I've come a long way!  I'm so happy with my progress!  From here, I will only continue to make progress and will soon blossom into the handsome boy I am!  I am still looking for my forever home but in the meantime would be thrilled if I could find a loving foster home to help me learn and progress even further!
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Well folks, as you can see, I've seen better days!  I was rescued from the streets and taken to the shelter as a stray.  From the outside, I know I look horrific right now but inside, my spirit remains unbroken!  

At at the moment, I'm getting the care I desperately need.  They haven't even been able to determine my approximate age due to my condition.  But don't worry folks, after my much needed TLC, I will be better than ever! 

More information about me will be posted as soon as it becomes available.




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About Lone Star Boxer Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Lone Star Boxer Rescue is a 501(c)(3), all volunteer rescue organization that is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming the boxer breed.

Come Meet Our Pets...

LSBR does not have a shelter.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption donation for all rescue boxers is $250 (adoption donation for boxer mixes and silver boxers may be lower, for puppies the donation may be more). Our adoption process consists of the following steps:

1. Completion of an adoption application. This allows us to learn more about your family and lifestyle and helps us to match a rescue boxer with your home. You will be notified by e-mail or phone when your application is received by Lone Star Boxer Rescue. If you have submitted an application and do not receive confirmation of receipt within 5 days, please contact us by phone at 281-944-5727 or e-mail us at info@lsbr.org

2. Once the completed application is received and reviewed by our volunteers, you will be contacted for a phone interview and to discuss dogs currently available for adoption.

3. We also may conduct an in-person interview at your home before an adoption is approved. A non-refundable $25 application fee will be applied toward the adoption fee upon approval of your application.

4. After your application is approved, you and your family (including pets!) will be invited to meet rescue boxers.


If you have any questions about our organization or adoption process, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at info@lsbr.org or by phone 281-944-5727.