When rescue groups get together, they create a sea of look-a-like dogs like you’ve never seen before. I felt like I stepped into the Boxer territory in my Land of Dog when I attended “BoxerStock,” a fundraising event for Atlanta Boxer Rescue, an organization dedicated to the rescue and adoption of Boxers in the metropolitan-Atlanta area and also to provide support and education for Boxer guardians. Right now on their website, http://atlantaboxerrescue.org, there are boxers ready to be adopted.
When you get to know a certain breed of dog and you like their characteristics, you may want to get another of this kind of dog but you don’t want to support breeders because you believe there are enough dogs in the world who need home. That’s where Rescue Groups come in. When a Boxer is left at the Atlanta SPCA or any other shelters in the Atlanta are, the people at the kennel will call Atlanta Boxer Rescue because they know they’ll find a good home for the dog. It’s a win-win-win for the person, the dog and the shelter.
So if you’re looking for a particular kind of dog, check out your area’s rescue groups. In Atlanta, visit STOP’s (Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together Society) website for a list of all the rescue groups in this area.
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