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Chelsea's Hope Boxer Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

Facts about me

Breed
Boxer
Color
White
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
17992855

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

If only Dr. Dolittle existed, he or she would be busy talking to all these animals in rescues and getting their stories.  This would make it much easier for those who want to help, as we'd be able to understand what these creatures endured.  Since Dr. Dolittle doesn't exist, it's up to us to surmise their pasts, by their physical conditions and their reactions to humans and other pets.  In our case, we do our best to provide immediate care and then find loving, caring homes that often need to help these pups heal.

Such is the case with "Target" who was rescued from deplorable conditions by a dog loving, good samaritan.  Target was found tethered to a chain link fence, a 5 foot leash allowing only enough movement to reach a dirty water bowl, a small dog house, and a hollowed out tree stump.  It is unknown what or how often she was fed.  As far as could be determined, she was like this for about 2-3 weeks.  The man who had her said a couple asked him to dog sit and then he never saw them again.  According to him, that was maybe 2-3 weeks before our caring friend found her.  Although he may have had good intentions, it was apparent that this man was physically unable to care for Target and is often homeless himself.  By his admission, he didn't feel any connection to Target and didn't mind if she was taken from him.  Her rescuer took her to the vet where it was determined that she is approximately 2-3 years old but there is no way to know what her life was before 3 weeks ago.  She was cleaned up, treated for her bites, up to date on vaccines, flea free and was resting comfortably.  According to the vet, Target is heartworm positive but otherwise a healthy young girl, her heartworm will be treated by our vets Towne Line Veterinary Group.

She is described as sweet and good with kids and other dogs so far.  Unfortunately as much as her rescuer would like to keep her, allergies prevent Target from becoming part of her family.

Perhaps we don't need to know Target's full story.  Maybe the fact that she responds well to a warm, clean home, compassionate touch and healing that comes from proper care, is all we need to know.  Although we can't change the beginning of her story, we can change the ending.

We always welcome new fosters and foster to adopt homes.

Applications online at www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com If approved message me for more info.

June 12, 2022, 2:21 pm

If only Dr. Dolittle existed, he or she would be busy talking to all these animals in rescues and getting their stories.  This would make it much easier for those who want to help, as we'd be able to understand what these creatures endured.  Since Dr. Dolittle doesn't exist, it's up to us to surmise their pasts, by their physical conditions and their reactions to humans and other pets.  In our case, we do our best to provide immediate care and then find loving, caring homes that often need to help these pups heal.

Such is the case with "Target" who was rescued from deplorable conditions by a dog loving, good samaritan.  Target was found tethered to a chain link fence, a 5 foot leash allowing only enough movement to reach a dirty water bowl, a small dog house, and a hollowed out tree stump.  It is unknown what or how often she was fed.  As far as could be determined, she was like this for about 2-3 weeks.  The man who had her said a couple asked him to dog sit and then he never saw them again.  According to him, that was maybe 2-3 weeks before our caring friend found her.  Although he may have had good intentions, it was apparent that this man was physically unable to care for Target and is often homeless himself.  By his admission, he didn't feel any connection to Target and didn't mind if she was taken from him.  Her rescuer took her to the vet where it was determined that she is approximately 2-3 years old but there is no way to know what her life was before 3 weeks ago.  She was cleaned up, treated for her bites, up to date on vaccines, flea free and was resting comfortably.  According to the vet, Target is heartworm positive but otherwise a healthy young girl, her heartworm will be treated by our vets Towne Line Veterinary Group.

She is described as sweet and good with kids and other dogs so far.  Unfortunately as much as her rescuer would like to keep her, allergies prevent Target from becoming part of her family.

Perhaps we don't need to know Target's full story.  Maybe the fact that she responds well to a warm, clean home, compassionate touch and healing that comes from proper care, is all we need to know.  Although we can't change the beginning of her story, we can change the ending.

We always welcome new fosters and foster to adopt homes.

Applications online at www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com If approved message me for more info.

June 12, 2022, 2:21 pm
Rescue

Chelsea's Hope Boxer Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
17992855
Contact
Phone
Address
Dumont, NJ 07628
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

:http://www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com/adoption-process to fill out an adoption application. return to: CHBRescue@yahoo.com

2.

Interview

Please keep in mind that all of our members are volunteers and that the adoption process may take several weeks to complete.

3.

Approve Application

We are committed to matching all of our dogs with the perfect loving forever homes.

Additional adoption info

You will need to fill out an adoption application.Click here to download the adoption application. Please fill out the entire application at: https://www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com/adoption/ Please be sure to answer all questions fully & truthfully. Please make sure to complete the full written application. An incomplete application will not be processed or considered. Adoption Policies / Adoption Process Complete our application with the name of the dog you are applying for. We will review all applications for each dog in order to make a decision about which home best suits the dog’s needs. Applications are not considered in the order they are received; all applications will be considered in determining the best situation for each dog. Completing an adoption application is not a guarantee that you will receive the dog you are applying for, and CHBR reserves the right to reject any application as we see fit. We will call the personal and veterinary references you listed on the application then contact you to schedule a home visit. These checks are performed to ensure that you will be a responsible pet parent and that you will provide routine veterinary care for the dog as needed. After successful completion of the home visit, you will schedule a time with the dog’s foster family to come meet the foster dog. Applicants are expected to travel to the foster family’s home to meet the foster dog. Please note this is an initial meeting to help determine if your family and the dog are a good match. Neither party is obligated to continue with the adoption, and you are not required to adopt the dog on the meeting. Either you or the foster family can call off the adoption for any reason. We hope, however, that it will be a good match and that day you’ll be able to go home with your new pet. The adoption will be finalized with you signing the adoption contract and providing the adoption donation. Our standard adoption donation is $400.00 If a dog has a different donation amount expected, it will be noted on their bio page. You will be provided all the medical records for the dog and mailed a copy of the complete adoption contract. The dog will be fully vetted. This means all vaccinations, spayed/ neutered, HW tested, Tick Born Illness Tested and Micro chipped, wormed for parasites if needed. Please remember that we do not have a facility or kennel where you can visit or meet our Boxers. All of our dogs are in the care of their loving foster homes in NY, NJ, PA or New England.
You will need to fill out an adoption application.Click here to download the adoption application. Please fill out the entire application at: https://www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com/adoption/ Please be sure to answer all questions fully & truthfully. Please make sure to complete the full written application. An incomplete application will not be processed or considered. Adoption Policies / Adoption Process Complete our application with the name of the dog you are applying for. We will review all applications for each dog in order to make a decision about which home best suits the dog’s needs. Applications are not considered in the order they are received; all applications will be considered in determining the best situation for each dog. Completing an adoption application is not a guarantee that you will receive the dog you are applying for, and CHBR reserves the right to reject any application as we see fit. We will call the personal and veterinary references you listed on the application then contact you to schedule a home visit. These checks are performed to ensure that you will be a responsible pet parent and that you will provide routine veterinary care for the dog as needed. After successful completion of the home visit, you will schedule a time with the dog’s foster family to come meet the foster dog. Applicants are expected to travel to the foster family’s home to meet the foster dog. Please note this is an initial meeting to help determine if your family and the dog are a good match. Neither party is obligated to continue with the adoption, and you are not required to adopt the dog on the meeting. Either you or the foster family can call off the adoption for any reason. We hope, however, that it will be a good match and that day you’ll be able to go home with your new pet. The adoption will be finalized with you signing the adoption contract and providing the adoption donation. Our standard adoption donation is $400.00 If a dog has a different donation amount expected, it will be noted on their bio page. You will be provided all the medical records for the dog and mailed a copy of the complete adoption contract. The dog will be fully vetted. This means all vaccinations, spayed/ neutered, HW tested, Tick Born Illness Tested and Micro chipped, wormed for parasites if needed. Please remember that we do not have a facility or kennel where you can visit or meet our Boxers. All of our dogs are in the care of their loving foster homes in NY, NJ, PA or New England.

Go meet their pets

Please fill out an adoption application at: www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com or https://www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com/adoption/
Please fill out an adoption application at: www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com or https://www.chelseashopeboxerrescue.com/adoption/

More about this rescue

Chelsea's Hope Boxer Rescue has been up and running for 10+ years. We've very proud of our accomplishments. We've taken on a few very sick dogs and acquired our 501c3 tax exempt status. We assist Boxers and assorted Bulldogs in need.We do not shy away from medical emergencies. We find a foster home and begin advocating for the best treatment for the best price.
Chelsea's Hope Boxer Rescue has been up and running for 10+ years. We've very proud of our accomplishments. We've taken on a few very sick dogs and acquired our 501c3 tax exempt status. We assist Boxers and assorted Bulldogs in need.We do not shy away from medical emergencies. We find a foster home and begin advocating for the best treatment for the best price.