WIZENED WIGGLE BUTTS FUND

A playful wiggle, a warm snuggle, a beautiful grey face. Time after time, the senior boxers who have entered our care have shown us that age does not rob dogs of their capacity to love with all their hearts or to make our lives better through their sweetness, their fun, and their grace.

Rescuing older dogs can be a strain on a rescue’s financial and volunteer resources since older dogs’ medical expenses are typically greater and their time in foster care often longer than that of younger dogs. This why so many senior dogs who find themselves in shelters never receive a chance at a forever home.

However, NorCal Boxer Rescue cannot accept it as tolerable for a senior boxer to die alone and before its time at a shelter. That is why we are so grateful to have supporters like you, who share our belief that an older dog is as deserving of love and comfort as any other dog. You have enabled us to say “Yes, we can help!” when there is an older boxer in need.

In the first 10 months of 2016, we have cared for 27 senior boxers, and over 15% of our intake have been senior dogs. Approximately half of our expenses have been dedicated to the care of these senior dogs. This is something each of our supporters should be proud to have made possible.

To formalize our commitment to helping senior boxers, we are pleased to announce the establishment of the Wizened Wiggle Butts Fund. This fund, dedicated to the care of senior boxers, will help sustain our commitment to saving senior boxers, who are so often overlooked, but who have so much to offer.

Thank you for supporting these beautiful, deserving dogs.

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Available Senior Boxers

Chesney

Accepting Applications
Chesney

Ernest

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Ernest

Hildy

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Hildy

Roxy

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Roxy

Tuff

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Tuff

Did you know . . .

On average NCBR spends $1,085 every week on expenses for senior boxers?

NCBR spends an average of $2100 on each senior boxer it cares for?

Over 15% of our intake in 2016 has been senior boxers?

Our first adoption of 2016 (on Jan. 1) was a senior adoption! Yay Maggie!

Our last adoption of 2015 (on Dec. 31) was a senior adoption! Yay Bella!

We offer a reduced adoption rate for senior boxers?

27 senior boxers have enjoyed a stay in one of our loving foster homes in 2016?

13 senior boxers have been adopted thus far in 2016?

NCBR has provided hospice care to five terminally ill seniors in 2016?

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