Austin Boxer Rescue

Encouraging Good Nutrition for Boxers

Austin Boxer Rescue formed a partnership with Canidae Pet Food to encourage good nutrition for dogs adopted from ABR and all dogs, offer our supporters rewards on their dog food purchases and generate needed funds for Austin Boxer Rescue's work across Texas. The partnership provides the opportunity for ABR supporters to order high quality food for their dogs through the ABR or affiliate rescue websites and receive a 10% reward for every purchase. In additions, Canidae will donate 5% of every purchase made through the ABR or affiliate websites to ABR. Please click below to register and begin ordering!

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Helping Find Forever Families

Austin Boxer Rescue (ABR) is a volunteer-led, non-profit dog rescue established in 2006 has saved over 5,500 dogs since its founding. ABR serves the entire state of Texas with over 1,000 dedicated volunteers. ABR rescues dogs from public shelters and individual owners who can no longer care for their dogs. ABR partners with over 100 Texas public shelters and 20 Texas veterinary practices. Dogs in ABR’s care are transported, fed nutritious food, and provided with clean, comfortable shelter. They receive needed medical care including heartworm treatment and spay/neuter, preventive medication, training, rehabilitation and kind human interaction. With ABR, rescued dogs regain their health and trust in people, prepare for family life and join carefully screened adoptive families. ABR offers special programs for senior dogs and dogs requiring ongoing medical care.

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Adapting to Texas' Increasing Need for Austin Boxer Rescue (ABR) Services

The need for ABR services has increased with the rapidly growing Texas population, the high popularity of the Boxer breed, and the challenges of caring for a Boxer. Texas has the highest level of population growth based on the 2020 Census and is home to 5 of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. Population growth in Texas is expected to continue to rise for decades.

The number of Boxers in the US tripled between 2010 and 2016 reaching over 1.5 million dogs, and they have become one of the top 10 breeds to end up in shelters as documented by Pet Adoption Statistics in 2020. The American Boxer Club reports that Boxers have extremely high energy levels that last into old age, and a higher frequency of serious illness than other breeds.

Austin Boxer Rescue (ABR) is the parent organization for Lone Star Boxer Rescue in Houston, DFW Boxer Rescue in Dallas-Fort Worth, and Alamo Boxer Rescue in San Antonio.

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Canidae will donate 5% of every purchase made through the ABR or affiliate website to ABR.