Boxer Welfare Scotland

Boxer Welfare Scotland

Charity information

Boxer Welfare Scotland

We are a registered charity (Reg. Charity No. SCO36719) rescuing and rehoming boxers across Scotland, since starting in 2005 we have successfully rehomed over 400 boxers. Our aim is to rescue and care for all boxers who need our help in Scotland and to help them find a way to their new adopted families in the new forever homes they deserve.

Founded 2005

  • Mission statement

    Boxer Welfare Scotland rescues and rehomes boxer dogs across Scotland. We work on matching the right boxer to the right applicant to ensure a full and happy life together, rather than first come, first serve basis.

    We give vet care to all boxers in our care, as well as continuing to care for sick dogs once they are rehomed and all boxers rehomed by us are neutered at the charity's expense. We also provide a support service for all boxers who are rehomed through us, as well as aiming to provide information on positive training methods.

  • Aims

    Boxer Welfare Scotland aims to:

    • To successfully re-home all rescue dogs that come into our care. To never put a healthy dog to sleep. To health check, vaccinate and micro-chip all dogs in our care. To make sure all our rescue dogs are neutered. To encourage and promote responsible ownership. To match each dog to a home based on its requirements. To provide lifetime back-up and support to all our adopters and their rescue dogs. To raise funds for the sole benefit of our rescue dogs. To educate people about the benefits of neutering. To encourage the use of positive training methods. To educate about puppy farms and those breeders motivated solely by financial gain. To help people make the right decision if they choice to buy a puppy. To show people the unconditional love a boxer can give when it receives the right care!
  • Overview

    Established: January 2005

    Board members: 4

    Volunteers: 50

    Phone number: 01224 515101

    Address: 75 Newton Grove Newton Mearns Glasgow G77 5QJ

    View charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website
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