Mission: Boxers in shelters. Boxers on CraigsList. Boxers being sold by puppy mills and out of the back seats of cars. Seniors, babies, deaf, heartworm positive. Healthy or not, enter Across America Boxer Rescue. Volunteer-driven, this non-profit, foster home based rescue was formed to help boxers in need across the U.S., either directly or by working closely with other animal rescues to save these dogs from life in a shelter, on a chain…or worse.
Our Board of Directors has over 40 years of collective rescue experience, and our current volunteer base covers states as far south as Georgia , Alabama and the Carolinas, as far east as West Virginia and Pennsylvania, as far west as the Dakotas. And we’re not stopping there! No matter where a boxer is in need or in what condition, we believe “Rescuing Without Borders” gives them all another chance to be spoiled FUREVER with food, love and a warm, safe place to call home.
100% of donations go towards saving a life...help us save a life today!scue of endangered dogs boxers only
Target demographics: save the lives of Boxers in need.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Annually, hundreds dogs of which numerous dogs were treated for heartworm disease or had life-threatening illness or injury.
Geographic areas served: the north, south and midwest
Programs: promoting spay/neuter, microchipping and helping at risk dogs.
I have been working on this Across America Boxer Rescue for a long period of time now. I have put up with one of the founders arrogance and hatefulness and abuse of power for too long. Recently she stated she was glad a boxer died because it was better off than being with the dogs owner who she hates. She has told others this as well. I will never work for Across America Boxer Rescuse again. No dog deserves to die. And no one in legitimate rescue should ever be happy a dog died. And the dog that died ironically was a boxer. Wishing bad stuff on a dog to get donations or attention is the lowest. Do not give money to Across America Boxe Rescue.
Surrendered after a life of neglect, high HW positive and starving, AABR rescued my Titan. We’re so lucky to have adopted the most wonderful, adjusted (bomb-proof) soul. He is our joy. I watch them every weekend, running their transports to move dogs into their foster homes and for other rescues as well. They have a fine-tuned weekly crew of transporters. With AABR, it’s all about the dogs. I highly recommend adopting, from AABR.