COURTESY LISTINGS*

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.

Darla & Shelby

Darla & Shelby – Courtesy Listing*

Darla is a spayed, female, 7 year old brindle boxer. She is good with small dogs and kids. She is house trained and good on a leash. She is a strong dog, but well behaved and weighs about 65lbs. Shelby is a spayed, female 6 ... Read More
Danee

Danee – Courtesy Listing*

Danee is 8 years old and really fun girl that loves walks and being with people. She is very obedience trained and is housebroken. She is a great traveler. She does well with some dogs but is too interested in cats. She is a happy ... Read More
Xerxes

Xerxes – Courtesy Listing*

Xerxes (zurk-zeez) is a big sweet stud muffin who is nothing but love! He wants nothing more to hang out with his family, on the couch watching movies or going for a walk in the great outdoors. Xerxes needs a very specific kind of adopter, ... 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 admin@ncbr.org to re-post the listing if the dog has not been re-homed.

Adopt a Pet is another option available to help you safely find a loving forever home for your pet. Click the link image below to learn more.

*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.