Surrender Process Guide
You need to re-home your dog and have decided to surrender your dog to Boxer Rescue Network Australia. This guide gives you an overview of the process and what information and documentation is required to have ready.
In the initial contact please provide the following general information as
We will then get in touch with you to discuss further details.
Once we agree to take the dog we will send you
- Our surrender form and
- Change of ownership form
When you return the filled in forms you should also submit
- Desex certificate, if applicable
- Medical history from your vet or your dog’s vet contact details
- Vaccination certificates, if available
Please note that BRNA will not take any action until the above forms are completed, signed and returned to BRNA.
If the microchip registration is not in your name, you need to get the legal owner to sign the change of ownership form.
Every surrender dog will be placed into foster care. Finding the right foster carer can take several weeks as BRNA manages tens of dogs at any given time.
YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADOPT A BOXER?
Please check “Boxers available for Adoption” page which will be updated every day. Oftentimes we are trying to find foster carers for dogs and once found many of these dogs never make it to our “Dogs available for Adoption” page because the foster carer fell in love with the dog and adopted the boxer. Please consider fostering before adoptionboxers for adoption
YOU NEED HELP REHOMING YOUR BOXER?
Thanks for not using Gumtree and the likes or giving your dog to the pound! Please send us a message or email us: boxerrescuenetwork@
Attach photos of your dog and tell us a bit about the dog and please leave a contact phone number so that we can ring you.Contact us
YOU WOULD LIKE TO FOSTER?
Boxers are being surrendered nearly every day and some of them even end up in pounds who only have an obligation to keep the dog for a certain amount of days before the dog becomes council property. Unfortunately many pounds still have a kill policy and we are trying out utmost to save those dogs from there.Boxers for foster
YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE MONEY?
Our general adoption fee covers the vet costs for desexing, vaccinating and microchipping, but often we get dogs into our care with further health or behavioural issues and extra money is needed to look properly after them. Other dogs need transport from remote locations and we rely on donations to be able to help those dogs as well.Donate us now