These dogs (if any) are being posted as a courtesy for families or other rescues looking to re-home them. All inquiries should be directed to the contact person listed within the post.

Kara – Courtesy Listing*

Five year old female brindle boxer. Very sweet, playful, house trained, in and out side. She is great on leash for walking and she likes to run beside while you bike. Very smart. CONTACT INFO: Name: Ryan Daugherty Phone: (415) 577-3075 Email: Dog's Location: San ... Read More

Shooter – Courtesy Listing*

We need to re-home our family dog, Shooter. He is a purebred, neutered, Fawn colored Boxer. Shooter is very tall for the Boxer breed. He is 8 years old; born April 29, 2009. Shooter is excellent with kids, and gets along with cats and other ... Read More

Jax – Courtesy Listing*

3 year old male brindle boxer. Needs lots of attention, likes water, knows simple commands like sit and go to your bed. Loves to be inside, has uncontrollable licking, does not like cats. CONTACT INFO: Name: Tyson Enzweiler Phone: (832) 420-7244 Email: Dog's Location: Campbell, ... Read More

If you would like to post a Courtesy Listing of your dog(s) on our website, please submit this form:

  • NCBR does not courtesy list any dogs that are not spayed/neutered.
  • NCBR will not be involved in any portion of the adoptive process.
  • We will post your listing within 24-48 hours of receiving your completed form, proof of spay/neuter, and pictures. Your listing will remain posted on our website for 3 weeks, after which time you can email us at to re-post the listing if the dog has not been re-homed.

*These listings are referrals or courtesies for other rescue organizations or families needing to find their dog a new home. Please note that NCBR has not evaluated these dogs, nor do we make any representation as to their health or temperament, nor have we validated any of the information provided by the parties.

Please contact the organization or person that has possession of the dog with any questions regarding the temperament or health of this animal, as NCBR has no more information than what is contained in this posting.