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My name is Rockwell!
I'm being cared for by
Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

Facts about me

Breed
Boxer/Labrador Retriever
Color
Brindle
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
ps_56878193

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

I am a 2 year old male brindle Boxer/Lab mix. I have excellent house manners and love to follow my people around wherever they go. I don't really know my size, so a home without kids would be best for me. I'm still working on my leash manners, but I'm smart and eager to please! If you're willing to teach, I'm willing to learn! 



********PLEASE READ BELOW PRIOR TO EMAILING IN**********If you are interested in adopting this dog or any other from our rescue, please go to https://www.hobocare.org/adopt to review our home requirements and fill out an application. Please do not email and ask for more information on how to adopt, all the information is already available online. The information you see here is all that is currently available about this dog. No boxers are adopted without a completed application and home check. Thank you!


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I am a 2 year old male brindle Boxer/Lab mix. I have excellent house manners and love to follow my people around wherever they go. I don't really know my size, so a home without kids would be best for me. I'm still working on my leash manners, but I'm smart and eager to please! If you're willing to teach, I'm willing to learn! 



********PLEASE READ BELOW PRIOR TO EMAILING IN**********If you are interested in adopting this dog or any other from our rescue, please go to https://www.hobocare.org/adopt to review our home requirements and fill out an application. Please do not email and ask for more information on how to adopt, all the information is already available online. The information you see here is all that is currently available about this dog. No boxers are adopted without a completed application and home check. Thank you!


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Rescue

Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_56878193
Contact
Address
Denver, CO 80209

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Home Check

3.

Meet the Pet

Additional adoption info

If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs, please review our home requirements at https://www.hobocare.org/adopt If you meet the home requirements, please fill out an application at https://www.hobocare.org/adopt. Once your application is received it will be reviewed by a volunteer. We are a 100% volunteer organization, so please be patient while you wait for a response. If your application is approved, you will undergo a phone interview, and a home inspection. You are then able to meet the dogs and do an introduction with all people and dogs in the home. The adoption donation is $250, which includes vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.
If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs, please review our home requirements at https://www.hobocare.org/adopt If you meet the home requirements, please fill out an application at https://www.hobocare.org/adopt. Once your application is received it will be reviewed by a volunteer. We are a 100% volunteer organization, so please be patient while you wait for a response. If your application is approved, you will undergo a phone interview, and a home inspection. You are then able to meet the dogs and do an introduction with all people and dogs in the home. The adoption donation is $250, which includes vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Go meet their pets

Please fill out an application at http://hobocare.org/adoption. You will be contacted by a volunteer to set up a phone interview and home inspection. Once these have occurred, we will set up introductions with our dogs, many of whom are in foster care. For info on upcoming events, check our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/HoBoCare/events
Please fill out an application at http://hobocare.org/adoption. You will be contacted by a volunteer to set up a phone interview and home inspection. Once these have occurred, we will set up introductions with our dogs, many of whom are in foster care. For info on upcoming events, check our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/HoBoCare/events

More about this rescue

What does HO-BO Care do and why is HO-BO Care needed? Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer group in Colorado. Our small group consists of people who care for the homeless, abused, and unwanted Boxers. Ho-Bo Care tries to find permanent and caring homes for these animals. Our boxers come from shelters, homes where there is no room for them anymore or from the streets. Often these animals are starved, sick or neglected. They need food, medicine or medical treatment and sometimes basic training. Mostly, however, they need an owner who is willing to give the necessary attention to the animal. A Boxer is a dog who especially needs human companionship. He needs to be included in the family to be a happy dog. HO-BO CARE agents try to assure the rescue Boxer such a home. To do our rescue work we spend a lot of time on the phone as well as on the road. The costs of newspaper ads, postage, medicine, medical treatment and telephone calls add up to quite a sum. Since all of us are employed full-time, we are in dire need for volunteers to help us out in many ways. As the costs are increasing, we have to ask for donations to be able to continue our work. All the money goes back to our rescue Boxers, either directly or indirectly. The cost for adopting a dog from HO-BO Care is minimum donation of $250.00 (with a slightly higher cost for the occasional puppy in our care). Recently we have had people ask what this fee covers, so here's the break down of what the average rescue dog costs HO-BO Care prior to placement: Adoption fee to get the dog out of the shelter Spay/Neuter surgery Vaccinations New collar and HO-BO Care ID tag Microchip and registration These costs range between $300.00 and $400.00 per dog. (Not included: Food, kennel expense when we do not have a foster home available, medication for treatment of kennel cough and extraordinary surgery expense for things like broken bones, hip surgery, eye surgery, additional medication for illness, ACL repairs, bloodwork, food, long distance phone calls, stamps, advertising in Denver Post/Rocky Mountain News etc...) HO-BO CARE also tries to help people with advice when they encounter a problem with their Boxer. We try to educate people who intend to breed to either forgo the breeding altogether or at least to get proper advice from reputable, experienced and knowledgeable breeders. We try to educate people about the Boxer and its needs. Our members inform interested people about the necessity of yearly inoculations for prevention of disease and a yearly physical by a competent veterinarian. Many people do not believe that the Boxer needs our protection; this is mostly due to ignorance, Breeding by owners with no experience nor the necessary information has lead to an overpopulation of the Boxer. Spaying and neutering is still not common practice of the average pet owner who have never visited a shelter and the seen the misery of these animals. More and more purebred animals end up in shelters, because the owners either don’t want them anymore or are unwilling to pay the shelter fee to retrieve their pet. Many owners believe that if the dog is placed in a shelter that it is sure to find a home. Unfortunately, this isn’t true. As much as the shelter may try to find homes it also has a limited space to keep all the unwanted animals. In order to place the newcomers, others are killed. In order to help out at least our breed we have founded HO-BO CARE. It is a small step to help some animals in need.
What does HO-BO Care do and why is HO-BO Care needed? Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer group in Colorado. Our small group consists of people who care for the homeless, abused, and unwanted Boxers. Ho-Bo Care tries to find permanent and caring homes for these animals. Our boxers come from shelters, homes where there is no room for them anymore or from the streets. Often these animals are starved, sick or neglected. They need food, medicine or medical treatment and sometimes basic training. Mostly, however, they need an owner who is willing to give the necessary attention to the animal. A Boxer is a dog who especially needs human companionship. He needs to be included in the family to be a happy dog. HO-BO CARE agents try to assure the rescue Boxer such a home. To do our rescue work we spend a lot of time on the phone as well as on the road. The costs of newspaper ads, postage, medicine, medical treatment and telephone calls add up to quite a sum. Since all of us are employed full-time, we are in dire need for volunteers to help us out in many ways. As the costs are increasing, we have to ask for donations to be able to continue our work. All the money goes back to our rescue Boxers, either directly or indirectly. The cost for adopting a dog from HO-BO Care is minimum donation of $250.00 (with a slightly higher cost for the occasional puppy in our care). Recently we have had people ask what this fee covers, so here's the break down of what the average rescue dog costs HO-BO Care prior to placement: Adoption fee to get the dog out of the shelter Spay/Neuter surgery Vaccinations New collar and HO-BO Care ID tag Microchip and registration These costs range between $300.00 and $400.00 per dog. (Not included: Food, kennel expense when we do not have a foster home available, medication for treatment of kennel cough and extraordinary surgery expense for things like broken bones, hip surgery, eye surgery, additional medication for illness, ACL repairs, bloodwork, food, long distance phone calls, stamps, advertising in Denver Post/Rocky Mountain News etc...) HO-BO CARE also tries to help people with advice when they encounter a problem with their Boxer. We try to educate people who intend to breed to either forgo the breeding altogether or at least to get proper advice from reputable, experienced and knowledgeable breeders. We try to educate people about the Boxer and its needs. Our members inform interested people about the necessity of yearly inoculations for prevention of disease and a yearly physical by a competent veterinarian. Many people do not believe that the Boxer needs our protection; this is mostly due to ignorance, Breeding by owners with no experience nor the necessary information has lead to an overpopulation of the Boxer. Spaying and neutering is still not common practice of the average pet owner who have never visited a shelter and the seen the misery of these animals. More and more purebred animals end up in shelters, because the owners either don’t want them anymore or are unwilling to pay the shelter fee to retrieve their pet. Many owners believe that if the dog is placed in a shelter that it is sure to find a home. Unfortunately, this isn’t true. As much as the shelter may try to find homes it also has a limited space to keep all the unwanted animals. In order to place the newcomers, others are killed. In order to help out at least our breed we have founded HO-BO CARE. It is a small step to help some animals in need.