Our Vision & Our Mission

The right boxer, the right home, loved forever.

Wigglin Home Boxer Rescue is a non-profit, all-volunteer group of Boxer owners and lovers covering WA, OR and parts of ID and MT. WHBR knows the great need in our community for re-homing Boxers found in unfortunate situations. These dogs come from all walks of life- neglected, homeless, owner surrendered, owner illness/death and military families unable to keep their beloved dogs due to their service to our country.

We provide this needed service through donors who believe in our mission, as well as fund-raising events. We work diligently to control the Boxer population through mandatory spaying/neutering of our rescued Boxers. Additionally, we provide education on the Boxer personality and care, over-population in shelters and the many dangers of backyard breeding. Adoptive applicants are carefully screened to assure each Boxer is placed with an appropriate forever family, thus coming full circle and completing our goal.

News & Updates

Mar. 31. 17-  Are you looking to adopt a Boxer and wishing you had more time to make sure they are the perfect fit? If you have ever asked yourself this question; our Foster-to-Adopt program may just be for you. Read More…

Mar. 31. 17- Check out our new rescue shirts, tanks, and other merchandise! Available here.

Feb.16.17- Wigglin’ Home Boxer Rescue is Top Dog- Rescue Rockstar in Spot Magazine! WHBR also scored third place as Top-Dog Animal Rescue Group!

Oct.27.16- Astoria Tattoo Company is having a fundraiser for the Wigglin’ Home Boxer Rescue! Details here.

Sept.6.16-Wigglin’ Home Boxer Rescue is pleased to announce that we are officially a 501 c 3 non-profit, all volunteer organization!

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Wiggles & Wisdom

Adopting a Boxer: What I Learned About Training

We welcomed Buddy, a 1 year old small Boxer mix, into our home February of this year through the foster-to-adopt program. He was a stray from California and not much was known about him, so we prepared to work on training of all sorts - from manners and house training...

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What My Deaf Boxer Has Taught Me About Communication

I’ve learned a great deal about communication over the last three years from my deaf boxer, Teddy. Born deaf, Teddy does not know he is deaf, or rather, he does not know everyone else can hear. And I have learned that deaf dogs adapt quickly between hand signals,...

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Featured Wiggler:

Phoebe

Phoebe Female
7 Years Old

Each morning Phoebe wakes me up with her little face just resting on my bed staring lovingly at me. To start the day, she gets one cup of dog food and I make sure to fill her water bowl because she drinks a lot of water throughout the day. She is doing better on potty training and she will come up and let you know she has to go to the bathroom with a little bit of whimpering. I have to watch her outside to make sure she goes though, because if it’s cold out she will run right back to the door. I try and take her out every couple of hours to avoid any accidents. She has also learned how to sit and stay and we are currently working on “lay down”….Read More

Make a Difference

Volunteer

Wigglin’ Home Boxer Rescue is 100% volunteer run. If you are able, please check out some of our volunteer opportunities and fill out the corresponding application form.

Donate

Wigglin’ Home Boxer rescue is a 501 c 3 organization and relies heavily on the generosity of our donors. If you are able, please donate through our donation page. Thank you for your support in our mission.

Make a Difference

Volunteer

Wigglin’ Home Boxer Rescue is 100% volunteer run. If you are able, please check out some of our volunteer opportunities and fill out the corresponding application form.

Donate

Wigglin’ Home Boxer rescue is a 501 c 3 organization and relies heavily on the generosity of our donors. If you are able, please donate through our donation page. Thank you for your support in our mission.

Phone (360) 723-0219 | Fax (360) 326 1786