Whenever I have the opportunity to share great photos of an adoptable dog, I’m happy to take it. Thanks to Katie Coon Photography for photographing these adorable Boxers who are now ready to be adopted from Out of the Box Boxer Rescue.
From Out Of The Box Boxer Rescue Mission: “Placing good family dogs with good families is our primary goal. We do not have a facility; our Boxers live in individual foster homes where proper care, food, evaluations and more permit us to return these fur babies to the great home life they deserve. Are you ready to add a Boxer to your family?
Ni (pronounced knee) is a sweet girl that came to OBBR with Uno. She is three years old and is a favorite at the vet’s office and her foster family. Ni loves people, has a fantastic wiggle, and gets along well with other dogs. She is somewhat on the submissive side with other dogs.
It would be ideal if Ni and her brother Uno were adopted together, but it is not a requirement as long as she has other dogs to keep her company. Ni enjoys walking on the leash but had little experience with leash walking. She improves every day, although she does like to jump up to get extra attention, so a home without small children might be best for her. Ni has been a great house guest.
After her owner passed away, nine-year-old Lucy was taken to animal control. She was very depressed at the animal shelter. Thankfully, OBBR’s supporters rescued her and moved Lucy into a foster home. Now, Lucy’s mood has improved, but she is still desperately seeking her forever home.
Opening your heart to a senior seems like a difficult thing to do, but seniors can be the best choice of dogs. Lucy is a love bug. She gets along with the other dogs in her house and also loves her time getting some love from her humans. Lucy walks well on a leash and loves the little kids that visit her home. While some people shy away from seniors, anyone who has loved an old dog knows it is truly a wonderful experience.
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Murdock is a handsome white Boxer who recently underwent surgery for cherry eye. These photos were taken before his surgery. Murdock is actually a little guy, weighing only 34 pounds and is three years old.
What a happy smile! Murdock is recovering from surgery and is ready for adoption!
If you are interested in adopting any of these dogs or becoming a foster, please fill out an application.
Follow Out of the Box Boxer Rescue on Facebook as well as Instagram.
You can see more of Katie’s work by following her on Instagram.
About Katie Coon Photography: Based in Alpharetta, Georgia, Katie specializes in editorial, couples, as well as senior portraits.
these are fantastic, such great quality! i love the brightness to them.
Amanda at The Light Owl says
What beautiful/handsome poochies! I love boxers’ big derpy faces. I just want to hug these lovelies.
Jenna Hughson says
These are amazing photos! I have always had a soft spot for boxers <3
Stephanie Seger says
What a wonderful post! I will share this with my friends and pray all four of these sweet babies find their forever family!
Thanks so much for sharing and helping these Boxers find homes!
Beautiful, beautiful representations of a handsome breed! Thank you for sharing their stories and linking up to the Showcase!
Jiawun Phng says
Boxers are the cutest! These pictures are captured so well! I hope they find loving homes x
Thanks, I think Katie’s photos will help get the homes they deserve!
Cathy Armato says
Uno, Ni, and Murdock are all so adorable, they sound like they’d make great family pets. I Love Murdock’s coloring! these photos are terrific, I hope it helps them all find loving homes soon.
Love & Biscuits,
Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them
Jodi Stone says
They are all so beautiful. I’m so grateful there are organizations out there that will look past the age and work to make the rest of the lives of these amazing pups…amazing.
Paul Kirhagis says
OMG that face, I’m such a sucker for grey face.
Dave Grove says
I am interested in UNO. I just lost my boxer Tiger who looked like Uno but was 11 1/2 years old.. I got him at 6 years old from Pa boxer Rescue in March 2014.. Best dog I have ever had. Would love to have another one.. I miss him so much.. is Uno
Located in Pa.. I can give References later if I file out an application.. Please get back to me. I am going to retire in May and would love another older boxer…thanx..
I’m so sorry to hear of your loss but I’m happy that you are thinking of adopting an older dog!
Please contact the rescue directly. Here’s a link to their application: https://www.obbrescue.org/application-to-adopt-foster