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Still time to get our gorgeous 2015 Boxer Dog Calendar, which is full of lovely boxer photos. Order yours from our online shop today!  Here is a selection of the photos featured.  http://shop.adoptaboxer.co.uk/shop/calendars/aabs-2015-boxer-calendar/
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Here at Adopt a Boxer we strongly believe that one of the most important things you can do for your boxer is to make sure that they are well socialised as puppies. Having good positive early socialisation gives your puppy the foundations to being a happy well adjusted adult dog.

Find out more at the links below or feel free to contact us for more information.

Thinking of buying a boxer puppy?: http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/thinking-buying-boxer-puppy/

Socialise your puppy: http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/important-socialise-puppy/
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When looking for help with training or behavioural problems it's extremely important that you seek it the correct place. Just because someone has a nice website or has a dog related business will very rarely mean that they are qualified to give you the support you need.

Often the wrong advise can lead to the behaviour becoming worse or putting your dogs welfare at risk. So you need to think very carefully about where you seek help.

That is where The Animal Behaviour and Training Council comes in! You will find up to date lists of animal behaviourists and trainers that meet the ABTC's standards.

The Animal Behaviour and Training Council

"A not for profit organisation"

The Animal Behaviour and Training Council is the regulatory body that represents animal trainers and animal behaviour therapists to both the public and to legislative bodies.

It sets and maintains the standards of knowledge and practical skills needed to be an animal trainer or animal behaviour therapist, and it maintains the national register of appropriately qualified animal trainers and animal behaviourists.

It promotes the welfare of animals in their interactions with humans, lobbying for humane methods in training and behaviour modification, and for the education of the animal owning public.

http://www.abtcouncil.org.uk/
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Has your boxer been affected by Mast cell tumours (MCTs)? Share your story with us. 

We are supporting the ongoing research into Mast cell tumours (MCTs) by the Animal Health Trust. It is the most common type of cancer affecting the boxer breed, with 1 in 4 cases being diagnosed as MCTs. 

Find out about our 'Boxer Cancer Appeal' at http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/campaigns/boxer-cancer-appeal/

You can also read Missy's MCT story at: http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/campaigns/boxer-cancer-appeal/missy-case-study/
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We are holding a “Kindness Works!” dog behaviour talk with Elaine Henley at Animal Behaviour Clinic & Take the Lead Dog School on the 10th September 2014. The talk will be fun and informative, explaining how positive reinforcement training works and builds strong relationships between dogs and owners. It is free and open to everyone, we welcome owners of all breeds, vets, groomers, dog walkers or anyone interested in learning more about dog behaviour to attend.

For more information:- http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/get-involved/upcoming-events/kindness-works-free-dog-behaviour-talk/

Join the event:- https://www.facebook.com/events/372147322934059/#
We are holding a free dog behaviour talk in Falkirk with Elaine Henley on how positive reinforcement training works to build strong relationships between dogs and owners.
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We currently have boxer dogs in our care who will be looking for new homes once their assessment phase is complete in the next few weeks. If you would like to adopt or foster a boxer and want to register your interest then please contact us on the details below or fill in our online form. 

Phone:- 01324 430047 Email: info@adoptaboxer.co.uk

Fill in our form:- http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/apply-adopt/ 
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Have you seen our range of dog bandanas? They are selling like hot cakes so if you fancy getting one for your pooch don't delay!

6 styles are available from the shop: http://shop.adoptaboxer.co.uk/
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2015 Calendar  

All ordered calendars have been posted out today, should be with you tomorrow or Monday at the latest. 

Our lovely 2015 calendar filled with 12 boxer photos can be purchased on our online shop at: http://shop.adoptaboxer.co.uk/. Perfect for any boxer lover to display on their wall at home or in the office. Only £8.50 with free p+p!
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** Halloween Competition **

We are running a Halloween Competition on our Facebook and Twitter pages to win one of our 2015 Boxer Calendars.

All you have to do to enter is post your boxer in a Halloween themed photo to our facebook page or tweet it to us on twitter. Send entries by the 31st October! A guest judge will pick the winning photo on the 1st November!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AABScot
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AABScot 

Full terms at: http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/halloween-competition/
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*FOSTER HOME NEEDED*

Gabriel is 9.5 years old and in need of a foster home.

His family’s circumstances have changed and they have been forced to move to a flat that won't allow dogs. He is very much a loved member of the family and it’s a heart-breaking decision for them. He is currently staying with a relative but they have mobility problems and can't cope with a big bouncy dog, as much as they would love to keep him.

He comes from a busy family home with teenagers, happy to greet visitors and have a fuss made of him. With him being bouncy and due to him getting older he would be best in a child free home.

He is still an energetic dog who enjoys his walks, although he is happy with 30min walks and will zonk out once home.

Gabriel loves his stomach, so give him a biscuit and you have a pal for life.

He gets on fine with other dogs.

Hopefully he is getting his vet check in the next few days. He does have allergies and reduced sight in one eye. Otherwise he appears in good nick. He will have a vet check before he is offered for adoption on a permanent basis. Gabriel is not neutered.

Gabriel is a lovely boy, all he needs is a couple of walks a day and some companionship, he gives great boxers kisses and cuddles!

Can you offer Gabriel a place to stay until we can find him a permanent home and earn a special place in his heart?

Whilst in foster all care costs will be met by Adopt a Boxer Scotland. Foster homes will be homechecked first.

If you are interested please call us on 01324 430047 or email info@adoptaboxer.co.uk
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Adopt a Boxer Scotland are raising funds for the Animal Health Trusts’ research into Mast cell tumours (MCT) in boxers. It is hoped that this research will enable the development of a DNA test to identify boxers who are likely to develop mast cell tumours.

To donate towards the Animal Health Trusts’ research all you have to do is text MAST07 £5 to 70070.

You can change the £5 to £10. The full donation and any gift aid claimed when using the code MAST07 will go directly towards the Animal Health Trusts’ research into MCT in boxers.

To kick start the appeal Adopt a Boxer are donating £500 to the Animal Health Trust study.

To find out more about our appeal and the Animal Health Trust please visit our website. http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/campaigns/boxer-cancer-appeal/
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Adopt A Boxer Scotland is a boxer dog charity (SC043843). We aim to encourage responsible pet ownership, provide support, advice, information to anyone looking for assistance with the boxer breed.