2. Rehoming Service
Unfortunately sometimes people find themselves in situations, whereby they can no longer keep their Boxer,
and call us hoping we may find them a new home, therefore we offer the following....
1. If you no longer feel you can keep your Boxer we can place your details on the website and anyone looking for a Boxer can contact you directly.
These Boxers are to be placed "Free to a Good Home" and no monetary exchange is to be made between the parties - except for the price of spaying an un-spayed female!
Please report any misuse of this service to the Secretary
A small donation would be appreciated to cover the cost of placing it on the site and any phone calls that need to be made. A photo can be included if required.
Cheques to be sent to... The Secetary, BAOV, Boxer Association of Victoria Inc.
PO Box 309 Mount Martha Vic 3934
For the above service please fill in our BOXER REHOMING FORM
2. You are looking for a MATURE Boxer and have exhausted all possibilities of finding one that suits. We will place your name on the site for a period of one month and anyone looking to rehome an adult Boxer will be able to contact you directly.
For the above service please fill in our ADOPT a BOXER FORM
NB: The Boxer Association of Victoria takes no responsibility or liability for dogs or information obtained from these advertisements. We also reserve the right to refuse any person and or dog.
Please call 5988 4745or email The Secretary for more information
or in emergencies you can ring the Secretary
for Lost Dogs or Rescue!
If your enquiry is about choosing a puppy, please check out our
PUPPY BUYERS GUIDE before you buy.
Breeders can be found on our BREEDERS PAGE
Most of your questions about Boxers can be found on this website, but if your specific question remains unanswered there may be literature available on your subject. If you EMAIL your request we will let you know if any are available, or if not, where you may be able to find your answer.
NEEDS OF A BOXER
A BOXER is a wonderful medium sized family dog. He/she will be a great companion and friend to you and your children. He is an active dog and WILL NEED VERY STRICT TRAINING for the first year of his life. This will require one training session a week for you and your family and 10 minutes a day reinforcement training. If you don't have the time for this training then do not get a Boxer!
He will enthusiastically welcome most people you invite into your home but can be very
reserved if he feels distrustful of certain individuals. Therefore he will make an excellent watch dog, his looks and barking will scare off any intruder, although little do they know that he is a "pussy cat" at heart!
He can be stubborn and aggravating then turn around and delight and entertain you with his playful antics and exuberance for life. He will play gently
with the young children, rough-house with the adults, then stand over you as if to say "come on you guys, I am just getting started". You can hurt his feelings
easily by the tone of your voice or by ignoring him. Love him and your love will be returned ten fold. Anyone who does not love a BOXER does not know a BOXER.
The BOXER is definitely NOT an "outdoor" breed! If he would not be allowed to live in the house as part of your family you would be better to choose another more independent breed! A BOXER does not have the coat needed for the cold winter and because of their shorter muzzle, they do not tolerate the heat of summer.
They must be protected from the elements, always. Besides, they would be broken hearted if they couldn't be with their people - sharing the sofa or easy chair and your nibbles,
as you all watch TV in the evening.