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Boxer puppies and dogs in Ontario

Looking for a Boxer puppy or dog in Ontario? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Boxer near you.

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Adopt a Boxer near you in Ontario

Below are our newest added Boxers available for adoption in Ontario. To see more adoptable Boxers in Ontario, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Dexter

Boxer

Male, Adult
Windsor, ON
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(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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Hi there, I'm Dexter! I'm a sweet, friendly, and a bit goofy. I'm always up for a game, bursting with energy and ready to play. I'm also a big fan of cuddles. I've got a lot of love to give and I'm not shy about showing it. I must confess, I'm still working on my leash manners. I get so excited about exploring the world, I sometimes forget to walk nicely. But with a little patience and training, I know I can master it. I also like to escape over those measly little 4' fences...so if you do have a fenced in back yard thats great, but it must be at least 6' tall so I'm not tempted to go on an adventure all by myself. I'm not just a pet, I'm a loyal companion, a playmate, and a cuddle buddy. I'm looking for a family who will love my playful energy and help me become the best dog I can be. Adopt me and let's start our adventure together!
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Neveah

Boxer/Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, 3 yrs
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, Shots are up-to-date,
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Neveah / F / 3Y / 40lbs / Blue Lacy x Boxer Mix / Good with People / Good with Dogs / Good with Children / Good with Cats / Happy Couch Potato / Fenced Backyard Preferred / From Tennessee / Fostered in Toronto Meet Neveah! Neveah was taken in by our rescue partner after her owners brought her to the vet and couldn’t afford the cost of her treatment. Neveah was hit by a car and dragged, she suffered from a broken leg and a couple of fractures to her pelvis among other surface trauma leaving her with some scars. Since being in our care she has made great progress in her healing, but has a chronic limp and requires pain management. Neveah's accident has not dimmed her sparkle. Her fosters describe her as an affectionate, cuddly couch-potato. She is a love bug who is always ready for a good belly rub. Neveah can often be found rolling in the grass, swimming (weather permitting) or lounging on the couch. If you’re looking for a calm, quiet snuggle buddy - Neveah is your gal! With people she knows, Neveah is excited and loving. She greets you with tail wags and the occasional sloppy kiss. While out in the neighbourhood she tends to ignore strangers, but if given the chance she will happily greet them and accept lots of pets. Neveah does not currently live with children, but has spent time with them and does well. She has a good sense of matching others' energy so we think she will do well in a home with respectful children who understand proper dog etiquette. Neveah's ideal family will be committed to continuing her training and be understanding of possible limitations due to her past injury. She needs a patient family, who is willing to go at her low-key pace. A home that allows for easy access to the outdoors is necessary, and a yard where she can sniff and explore would be a bonus. She has worked hard on her potty training but still needs support and patience. Her family will need to be home more often than not to provide frequent trips to the washroom and gentle, positive encouragement on the “right places to go.” Her new family should expect accidents while she learns her house manners. Neveah has lived with other dogs most of her life and does well. She enjoys the companionship of a doggy friend, but is a calm girl and can be overwhelmed at times by loud, high energy dogs. She is best suited for canine pals who are well balanced and go at her pace. Although Neveah's not currently living with a cat she has spent time with them in the past and did well. She is a great candidate to join a home with, or without, other pets. Due to her previous injury, Neveah enjoys slower paced walks where she can sniff and explore. She loves to play with puzzle toys and when given the opportunity loves to run and swim at the beach. Neveah is a smart girl who already knows many basic commands. Her love of treats makes her an easy candidate for learning. As she is not fully house-trained yet, she enjoys the comfort of her crate overnight, and when home alone. Since her accident, Neveah has come a long way in healing. Unfortunately, she does have pain that is managed daily. She is currently on Gabapentin, a long term medication and will need to continue to take it. The approximate cost is $52/month. She also has Alopecia showing on the top of her head. Neveah’s new family should be prepared for the maintenance of her pain medication and understanding her possible limitations. If you’re interested in adopting Neveah, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form Neveah's adoption fee is $250. To learn more about our adoption fees and the adoption process, please visit our FAQs at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/about-us#about-faqs.
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Samson

Boxer

Male, Young
Brockville, ON
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(when grown) -
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Primary Color: Brindle Secondary Color: White Weight: 29.6 Age: 1yrs 0mths 0wks
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Trip

Boxer

Male, Senior
Bracebridge, ON
Size
(when grown) -
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Primary Color: Black Weight: 27 Age: 8yrs 1mths 2wks
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Karma

Boxer

Female, Adult
Bracebridge, ON
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(when grown) -
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Primary Color: Bronze Weight: 30.001 Age: 3yrs 0mths 0wks
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Marley

Boxer/Mixed Breed (Large)

Female, Adult
Mississauga, ON
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, Shots are up-to-date,
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Marley / Female / 4 years / 70 pounds / Boxer Mix / Sweet and Gentle Girl / Needs Proper Intros to Dogs / Cats Unknown / Good with Older, Respectful Children / From Tennessee / Fostered in Toronto Meet Marley! Marley's backstory is one of beating all odds and is a testament to the indomitable spirit that defines her. Marley previous enjoyed the love of a family but when they couldn’t keep her they unknowingly dropped her at one of the harshest shelters in Tennessee, where she deteriorated to the brink of despair. When she was pulled from the shelter by our rescue partner she was skin and bones and experiencing severe discomfort. Despite her condition, she very happily jumped into the rescuer’s car and revealed her sweet and pleasing personality. She is now on the mend and living the good life in foster care in Toronto. Marley’s foster describes her as sweet, friendly, gentle, and playful. She loves going out on walks, playing fetch, running around, chewing on kongs with peanut butter, and when that is all done cuddling up on the couch for snuggles. She is friendly with her trusted people and will come greet them with her tail wagging. With new people, she can be shy but will come give a sniff and seems to enjoy meeting new people at her own pace. Marley has met children as young as 3 years old and has been gentle with them, giving smells and not minding them being near her. She is however a bit timid in the face of loud noises so would prefer a home without young, rambunctious children. In her previous life, Marley survived a pretty vicious dog attack however she does not seem to mind being close to dogs when out on her walks. She still needs and appreciates slow introductions if she is in close proximity to other dogs. She has shown little to no interest in being around puppies and would rather keep to herself instead of playing with them. Eventually she could have doggy friends, and may be able to live with another dog with proper introductions. Marley has not met any cats and we do not know how she would react to them. She is therefore looking for a cat-free home. Marley gets 3-4 walks a day, 2 are usually 20-30 minutes, and the others are short pee breaks. She also gets indoor enrichment and lots of fetch in the yard. Marley does pull on leash but her fosters are actively working on it and she has already made improvements. She does not seem fearful of anything on leash but can be overwhelmed by unfamiliar city noises. Marley is a very polite house guest and has stated in her crate for up to six hours without issue. She settles in the crate quickly and takes a nap. When her people are home she loves being the resident couch potato and likes to snuggle up using your lap as a pillow. She likes to follow her people around the house but is not stressed being left alone. She sleeps through the night in her crate without issue. Marley is working on basic training and knows sit, come, and stay. She is working on “leave it” and “place”. She is only motivated by high value treats so her fosters are working to figure out her favourite things. Marley’s ideal home is one that is filled with love and consideration. She has been through so much and deserves the best forever. She is very gentle, sweet, and attentive with people of all ages but is most comfortable in a calm environment with people mindful of her body language and comfort levels. She could live with older, respectful children who understand her boundaries. She would love a house with a yard so she can keep up one of her favourite activities, fetch. Marley is a living testament to the strength of the canine spirit, and her presence is a reminder that resilience and love can conquer even the darkest of pasts. Marley is a survivor and truly deserves nothing but the very best. Marley has previous trauma to the end of her tail. She may need part of her tail amputated if she develops a condition known as “happy tail” which is damage caused to the tip of the tail from striking surfaces. Marley’s fur is noticeably patchy from damage done to her hair follicles when she suffered from mange in the shelter. Her hair may grow back in time but it is likely she will always be a little patchy. If you’re interested in adopting Marley, please apply at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/adoption-info#adoption-form Marley adoption fee is $850. To learn more about our adoption fees and the adoption process, please visit our FAQs at https://www.fetchandreleash.ca/about-us#about-faqs.

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Boxer puppies and dogs in Ontario cities

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Boxer shelters & rescues in Ontario

There are animal shelters and rescues that focus specifically on finding great homes for Boxer puppies in Ontario. Browse these Boxer rescues and shelters below.

Here are a few organizations

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Ontario SPCA Leeds & Grenville Animal Centre

800 Centennial Road, RR 4, Brockville , ON K6V 5T4

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

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Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Crt, Kingston , ON K7M 8M9

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Boxer information

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Where do Boxers come from? How many types of Boxers are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Boxer.

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