Can you help Ava?
Ava needs medical treatment which will cost nearly £1000. Ava came over to the UK from Spain, she hasnt had a good life at all, roaming the streets then used as a breeding machine tied up in a yard. She was then rescued and we were contacted to see if we would help her, as sadly there just aren't enough homes over in spain. Of course we offered to help her and arrangements were put in place for her to travel to the UK. Ava arrived in Liverpool and since day one has been nothing but lovely, she is amazing with children, dogs, cats, just about everyone! Sadly it became apparent that she would need medical care though, she has tumours inside all of her nipples meaning she will need a mammary strip on one side (removal of all nipples) and a few from the other side. She is also having a lump removed from her neck too. Then she also has massive growths inside her mouth which need removing too to help her eat better. We are very sad to hear she needs all of this treatment just when we though her life had changed for the better. The lumps will be sent off for testing to see if they are benign or malignant. Once fully recovered Ava will be looking for a new home too! Can you donate to help her?
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We are a small local rescue organisation dedicated to helping boxers in need.
We have a no destruction policy and never put a healthy dog to sleep. Full assessment is completed whilst the dogs are in our care to ensure that when rehomed they can be matched to the right family. There are few joys greater than the companionship and affection of a boxer. We hope this site will help you to find your new friend, treat him well and enjoy him to the full.
We are run entirely by volunteers who use all of their spare time to help boxers in need. All of our volunteers have been working with boxers and rescue organisations for a number of years. We are always on the lookout for more experienced people to help us with fostering, homechecking, transporting or fundraising. If you are in the North West of England and can volunteer for us please contact us. The more help we have, the more we can help boxers in need.
Many people think boxers in rescue have behavioural problems, but this is not always the case. Most of the dogs that are handed to us are given up through no fault of their own. Some may have been abused, some may no longer be needed, now that they are too old to breed from. Many are sadly given up by loving and caring families but due to a change in circumstances means the dog is not getting the care and attention it needs.