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Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue

Helping homeless boxers in Colorado find their forever home!

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General Information

General
Official Name
Homeless-Boxer Care Denver Metro Area​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue
Former Name(s)
N/A
Acronym
Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue
Date Established
1991
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
None
Tax ID
84-1552527
Addresses
Headquarters Address
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Colorado Location
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Mailing Address
PO Box 9798
Denver, CO 80209
Other Address
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Phone/Fax
Main Phone Number
303-744-8329
Fax Number
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Other Phone Number
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Web/Email
Email
info@hobocare.org
Website
www.hobocare.org
Social Media Links
       

Mission Statement

Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer group in Colorado. Our small group consists of people who care for the homeless, abused, and unwanted Boxers. Ho-Bo Care tries to find permanent and caring homes for these animals.

Organization History

Our boxers come from shelters that need help, homes where they can't stay at anymore, or from the streets. Often these animals are starved, sick or neglected. They need food, medicine or medical treatment and
sometimes basic training. Mostly, however, they need an owner who is willing to give the necessary attention to the animal. A Boxer is a dog who especially needs human companionship. He needs to be included in the family to be a happy dog. Ho-Bo Care agents try to assure the rescue Boxer such a home.

To do our rescue work we spend a lot of time on the phone as well as on the road. All Ho-Bo Care Agents are volunteers and many of us have full time jobs outside of the rescue work we do. The costs of caring for the dogs include food, shelter, and medical care as well as advertisement costs and website costs. As the costs are increasing, we have to ask for donations to be able to continue our work. All the money goes back to our rescue Boxers, either directly or indirectly. Ho-Bo Care also tries to help people with advice when they encounter a problem with their Boxer. We try to educate people who intend to breed as well as offer advice to those who feel they need to give up their dog. Every dog that can stay in his own home is another dog saved. We try to educate people about the Boxer and its needs. Our members inform interested people about the necessity of yearly vaccines, vet care, training, feeding, and overall care for their Boxer.

Many people do not believe that the Boxer needs our protection; this is mostly due to ignorance. Breeding by owners with no experience nor the necessary information has lead to an overpopulation of the Boxer.
Spaying and neutering is still not a common practice of the average pet owner who may have never visited a shelter and the seen the misery of these animals. More and more purebred animals end up in shelters
because the owners either don't want them anymore or are unwilling to pay the shelter fee to retrieve their pet. Many owners believe that if the dog is placed in a shelter that it is sure to find a home. Unfortunately,
this isn't true. As much as the shelter may try to find homes, it also has a limited space to keep all the unwanted animals. In order to place the newcomers, others are killed. In order to help out at least our breed, we have founded Ho-Bo Care. It is a small step to help some animals in need.

Testimonials

"There is something wonderful and magical about the connection between a "boy and his dog" that one can't help but smile. Many thanks to HO-BO Care for providing the magic -- our very special gift, and the newest addition to our family..." -- The Davitt Family

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