If you are interested in applying for one of our rescue dogs or would like more information about rescue, please read our Adoption Information page and access the printable application. If you prefer to complete an on line application please visit the Midwest Boxer Rescue site and complete the adoption interview. Be certain to list specific dogs of interest on your application. The application will be forwarded to us and a representative will contact you.

Please contact our Rescue coordinator for more information about these boxers or to learn more about our Rescue program.



Beck came to us stray from a small town shelter after no one claimed him.  He's younger, probably close to 1 y.o. and he's a wild child!  Beck will need a home willing to devote a lot of time to exercise and training him and it might be best to have another dog to also help burn off some of that young dog energy!


Beck is a little too curious about the kitties, so a Cat FREE home is probably best as well as one that has older children because of his rambunctious nature.


A physically fenced yard and group obedience class are required to adopt Beck.



Brownie came to us after her owner was severely injured and could no longer care for her.


She's a tiny thing and a total lover!  Brownie adores the young children in her house, sleeps on a dog bed, loves her crate and listens fairly well.


What Brownie does NOT like is Cats and some dogs, so a cat free home is needed for her and also one where she is the only dog or the male in the home is laid back.


She really is a sweet, sweet girl.


A physically fenced yard and group obedience class are required to adopt Brownie.



Gunther is just a smidgen over 2 years old.  He was two in March of this year.  Gunther has lived with younger children and another female Boxer and does well with them all.  He's not so sure about the cat in his foster home though, so a cat free home would probably be best for everyone.  Gunther is a very loving boy who needs some structure and basic obedience.  The crate is not his favorite place to be, but we are working on that. 


To adopt Gunther you will need a physically fenced yard and be able to attend a public, group, fun type of obedience class.



Molly is an approximately 7 year old deaf female that was adopted as a puppy from us and returned due to no fault of her own.  She is a LOVELY girl that gets along well with all animals of every shape and size.  Molly has lived with toddlers and does very well with this.  She is an easy going girl and a quick learner.  Molly needs a nice loving home to live out her remaining years. 

Please consider giving this senior girl a home.



Check out this lovely senior lady! Zena was picked up stray in a tiny town and no one claimed her. She gets along well with other dogs, but not so much with the kitites! Please consider giving this sweet senior gal a home of her own!


All rescue boxers are dogs in need, however there are unique cases where a Boxer may need a special home and/or care. They are Boxer through and through and deserve a chance at a great life and the love of a great companion. Could you be that home?



There are lots of Great Boxers looking for homes. If you are interested in seeing more Boxers in need of good homes, would like to complete an online application to adopt a Boxer, would like to help out by sponsoring a boxer or making a donation to Boxer Rescue, check out the MidWest Boxer Rescue association website. This site shows the group effort taken by Boxer rescue organizations throughout Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska who work together to rescue and place dogs in loving, permanent homes. All these groups operate as not-for-profit entities, and each has particular requirements for prospective homes. The purpose of this coalition, known as the MidWest Boxer Rescue Association, is to help people in the Midwest U.S. find a Boxer to adopt and to coordinate the rescue and care of dogs in need.


We are a small nonprofit organization that relies upon the generosity of animal lovers, like you. If you would like to assist our rescue dogs, there are a few ways you can help us!

Go to our Rescue Links page - there are a couple of merchants on that page who donate a percentage of each sale that comes through a link from our website back to our rescue program.


Go to our Donation page which lists items that we need for our rescue program.


You can send a donation directly to:

Missouri Valley Boxer Rescue
PO Box 241011
Omaha, NE 68124-1011

If you want to assist a specific dog, please make a notation in your mailing.



There are so many GREAT organizations out there who support Boxer rescue and we want them to know how we really appreciate what they do for us!!!

Boxer Rescue Foundation

A special thanks goes out the the BRF for providing us with a financial grant to be used towards medical bills to treat Pogo. THANK YOU!!!


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