From time to time here at PR Boxers we have retired Guys & Gals ready to share the remainder of their days with a lucky family, young adults that we may have  decided to part with due to going a different direction with the program, or others that may have been brought back to PRB due to life changes of their families. We are also always looking for Guardian Homes for the active breeding age dogs in the program. Guardian Homes get to share their lives with a quality, noble amazing member of the PRB pack as if they were their own, but make them available to PRB for breeding duties when needed until they are approx 5 yrs of age, when they retire from the program. This allows the dog to grow up in/ live in more of a family setting, instead of a multi dog household. For more details on the Guardian Home Program contact us. We have a Retirement and Gurdian Home waiting list, so please contact us if you may be interested in letting an amazing PRB wiggle butt grace your couch! 

Retired and Available

Trinity & Torianna

Meet Trinity (spayed) and Torianna. They are full sisters, 6 yrs old, descended from prestigious German lines. These two are like living with royalty and are laid back couch potatoes for the most part. They have been together all their lives so I’m concerned about splitting them up and would prefer they go together.  Being so bonded they need to go to a home with no other female dogs, and having never been introduced, also no smaller dogs or cats either. Would probably do okay with another male or two of at least medium to large size. 

Young Adults

Soon to be Retired and Available

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Ausha will have one more litter for PRB sometime in 2023. She will then be Available for a retirement home and is 5 years old. Ausha has been training and serving as my Service Dog since she was a year old in a PTSD capacity. She is amazing in Public Access and has been almost everywhere. She routinely accompanies me to Walmart  and every other store in Town in a normal shopping capacity and has also been to Dr and Physical Therapy appts as well. She has been to the St Louis zoo, restaurants, all the big box stores and small crowded boutique shops as well.  She has a natural DPT (deep pressure therapy) instinct which she utilizes with a lean or hug. Awesome crowd control and alert. In a relaxed, non close contact environment she will heel to side while walking, lay at feet or apart when browsing/resting, if someone approaches she first alerts (Alert to Approach) with a sit at leash length. will then progress to a stand and circle, (Guard, provide Barrier). If pushed will move to alert handler with leg bump or a lean and or hand contact. In continued crowded conditions will provide DPT lean and redirection if she senses anxiety. Walking in crowds she will transition to follow or lead and sometimes divert to alternate route. Potties on cue. Most of her training is Public Access, she does not work at home, and is  self trained. Willl need acclimation refresher training to switch handlers and probably formal obedience. As she only has situation specific training. I will keep her myself if a good fit does not present itself. But if the right fit comes along I can attempt to begin to train additional needed tasks and if locations permit allow or begin handler transfer training. While she has been an amazing fit for me, the fact that we have a multi dog household in order to produce these amazing pups means she shares attention at home like the rest do. I feel she is capable of making an amazing partner for someone that can repay her with more one on one attention. I work with as many of our girls as possible on Public access and whatever tasks or direction they seem to be most suited for so that they can possibly serve a better purpose and be a blessing to the retirement homes they land in. I’m currently working with a past pup we hope becomes my granddaughters service dog who has mild CP, so if there is a divine match for Ausha out there, I certainly won’t stand in the way. 

Home must have no other female dogs or small dogs or cats and a 6 foot fenced yard. She does not have issues with other dogs in public to my knowledge, no issues in our encounters anyway. But I never went out of my way to push the issue and would take another route when possible due to not trusting the other pets reactions. Ausha is great with kids and is a super “Auntie” to the puppies but does take issue with some female dogs in the same household. Fine with non alpha males. Prefer a home where someone is home most of the time. 

Echo is due to have her last litter for us mid April 2023. She is 5. After weaning she will be available for a retirement home. Echo is Intelligent, Loving, Obedient and Energetic. Though she tends to get mildly excitable upon first greetings (coming home, company, first thing in the A.M.) she is a gem in the house, well mannered, a cuddler, and a pleaser. She loves to play fetch, and will also entertain herself with toys if need be. She is a problem solver and enjoys being engaged in learning. Most likely not a good fit with other female dogs and has never been around smaller dogs or cats. Needs a 5ft fence. Okay with medium to large male dogs. Loves children, sleeps with my grandchildren.