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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Scarlett
Scarlett

Hello everyone at LSBR. I wanted to give yall an update on my great new home down in Alvin. I am growing up pretty fast and learning lots of new things with my family, the Overbys. I am doing great on my house training, although I have small accidents on occasion. I am getting used to my crate too, but I let everyone know that I would rather be outside. I have a hugh back yard that I can run around and play in. I have lots of toys to chew on, but a couple of times I mistaked my mommy's dress shoes for my toys, but I was told that she needed some new black shoes anyway so that was okay. My parents have a 3 year old daughter named Ellison who has just about as much energy as I do, so that is great for me. She likes to play outside with me alot and throw my ball for me. She is just about my size too. I have learned how to sit (for a treat of course), and am reluctantly learning how to be on a leash. I like to go for rides in the truck with my dad, except the time he took me to meet my new vet, Dr. Crumm. That guy gave me 3 shots and they hurt, but I guess I'm up to date on all of that for now. He told me that I had tapeworms, but gave me some medicine to clear that right up, so I'm doing fine. I like to take long naps in my daddy's recliner and annoy their other dog; He's a 14 year old Minature Dachshaund, and he's grumpy most of the time, but he tolerates me licking him in the face and barking at him. He just likes to sleep most of the day. Oh and any of you at LSBR need someone to trim or prune any of your plants on the back porch, then I'm your pooch. I have helped my mom and dad take care of that here already. Anyway, I just wanted to give yall an update on how great it is here and wish luck to all of my friends still at LSBR. I'll get back with all of you soon with some more pics. Scarlet Overby

SIXX
SIXX

Lola (aka Sixx) is wonderful. We feel she was loved by someone, who has taught her several things. She knows how to heel and she knows come. She also thinks she belongs on the bed when someone is in the bed. If one of us gets up in the morning and the other is still in the bed, as soon as she comes back inside the house, she goes and gets in the bed with whoever is in the bed!!!!!!!! She has been taught not to bark at other dogs, etc. We love her dearly and she has enjoyed our granddaughter playing with her all week. I hope you have found many more dogs homes lately. Thanks again, Pat>

SHANIA
SHANIA

Here are some photos of Annie (AKA Shania) adopted in March 2008. One of the pictures is with her newest, bestest buddy, Louie. She is doing very well and about to begin Heart Worm treatment. She adjusted to our home very quickly and Louie and our cat, Nell, have fallen in love with her as have we. More later. Thanks to all of you who helped us adopt our precious Annie. --- Take care, Bob, Cindy and Matt Peel ---

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