I am so proud and elated that I found Blue Ridge Boxer Rescue. Everyone I was in contact with was so very nice, understanding and immediately became good friends.
I was the owner or should I say my old Boxer owned me for eleven years. Sadly Gabby passed away on August 2, 2009. She was such a sweet and faithful pet that I thought I could not possibly have another dog, but a friend of mine who had adopted a boxer from Blue Ridge gave me your website address. I contacted you and gave my criteria for a boxer available for adoption. It must be a female, fawn in color, needed to be about three years old and absolutely must be willing to be a friend to my old Siamese cat, Oscar who was nearing the ripe old age of fifteen.
Within a few weeks I received a response stating you thought you had found the perfect match in South Carolina. After viewing the photos and your description, it appeared the perfect name for her would be Ginger and we should meet.
When Ginger first came to my home it was obvious she had never received the love she deserved, and she was very shy. She seemed to show that she had also been mistreated at one time. She would give a little sad moan each time you touched her. I am proud to say that today she is a totally different dog. She has gained weight, her coat is shiny, loves to play and absolutely loves Oscar and he loves her back. She has undergone heartworm treatments and her vet thinks she is going to be fine.
I cannot begin to express the gratitude I have for Blue Ridge for putting the three of us together.