Lone Star Boxer Rescue is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to the health and well-being of the boxer breed. LSBR is run and managed 100% by volunteers since 1999. Our main objective is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home boxers that come to us from many sources including local animal shelters, owner surrenders, and strays. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to allow us to save more dogs in need. 

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Rumor (now Chloe)
Rumor (now Chloe)

Rumor (now Chloe) is doing great. She has gained 3.3 pounds and has adjusted to her new home great. She loves hanging out with us. When we are in the pool she loves to lay in the shade in the grass, when we mow she will walk the entire yard with us, she is always the hit of the cul-de-sac when we hang out with the neighbors. We made our first road trip this past weekend and she did fantastic!! Slept, hung her head out the window, slept, stood on the console to watch out the front window, slept…well you get the picture. We visited my family where she was the only girl among my parent’s three male large dogs. She was the hit of the farm. She was a bit of a flirt and loved instigating chase. She won the race against all of them, but I think mostly loved being able to run! We were also there for my nephew’s 2nd Bday party, where there were 25 friends and family members funneling in and out. She again was the hit of the party. Greeted everyone at the door, ensured that the floor was completely clean, let all ages pet her, and of course slept…thank you both for bringing Chloe into our lives! She is absolutely wonderful.

Susan and jeff Faust

RED
RED

Hi Arian, My son Mark and his wife asked me to send you all some pictures of their new addition “Brody” (Red). He said he had gotten an email from your organization asking for input on how Brody was doing in his new home. Hope these pics answer the question. In these pics he is at our house in Friendswood with his companion Bailey. Of course the guy in the chair is my husband. As you can see both are truly lap dogs. It took a few days for Brody to adjust himself to us. I new it was just a matter of patience on our part. He and Bailey get along well. She has toned down her snarling at him, mainly because he just ignores her. He loves going on walks and gets real excited when the leash is brought out. He is very loving and affectionate. In fact he will lick your face off if you let him. My son and Ashley have been on work travel a lot lately so Brody has been staying with us. Of course we don’t mind. He is a joy. We just wanted you to know that he is in a good place and doing well. If you ever find out anymore about his past history let us know. There are times when he acts like we are going to punish him. It makes us wonder what kind of home he came from. Later. --- Margo Albores ---

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