Some of our dogs that have been rehomed
Millie is a 7yr old boxer girl who came to NRBR because of a change in circumstances.
She loves people and children but struggles to live with another dog although she has lived with a male boxer most of her life and she is coming around to tolerating a female boxer in her foster home, its taken time but she is getting there with her.
She is a little darling and loves to cuddle up with who ever she can near too. Millie loves her food and her walks she will make someone a lovely companion x
Brie is an 8 year old white deaf girl who has come to NRBR due to changes in circumstances. Brie has been a bit unsettled the last couple of weeks due to changes but once she is in a home with a good routine she will soon settle down again.
Brie doesn't like being on her own too much so would like someone at home most of the time. Brie can be a bit particular with other dogs especially if there are toys around Brie likes her toys especially a football but isn't keen on sharing them with other dogs. Brie is great with people and travels quite well in the car as long as secured.
George is a very sweet white 15 month old male boxer who has come to nrbr due to changes he has been much loved but his family wanted what was best for him. George is great with people and other dogs. George has gone to his foster home today he was a little shy at first but once meeting the resident dogs he's now all boxer wiggles introductions have gone great more updates to follow
Situated in Keighley
Archie is a stunning 2 year old brindle boy who has come to NRBR. Archie has been very much loved by his family who have made the heart breaking decision of rehoming him and have asked NRBR to find him a new loving home.
Archie has gone to a foster home today where he is living with another male boxer. Further updates to follow.
Situated in Middlesborough area