We are a registered charity with no government funding, we rely solely on donations from members of the public to keep the rescue going, can you make a small donation? Please see our donation page HERE


Bindi is almost 2 years old. She was born in our care and found a new home, unfortunately she was returned to us as she was showing issues towards people and other dogs, this is all fear based, she has been in rehab for her issues with fear towards other dogs and new people. She will soon be in the position to move into a foster home where she will need to continue training to boost her confidence. She will obviously need a foster home with no children at all. A gentle person, ideally pet free or the ability to seperate her as although she is good with other dogs and loves to play, she needs time to get used to them slowly . She needs someone who will help her through her problems in order for her to move onto a permanent home. Do you think that could be you? We need someone very special who will be kind enough to open their home to her and help her on her journey. PLEASE get in touch if you think you could help Bindi



Joeys Legacy Boxer Rescue Liverpool
Registered Charity number 1153964

We are a small rescue organisation dedicated to helping boxers in need. 

We have a no destruction policy and never put a healthy dog to sleep. Full assessment is completed whilst the dogs are in our care to ensure that when rehomed they can be matched to the right family. There are few joys greater than the companionship and affection of a boxer. We hope this site will help you to find your new friend, treat him well and enjoy him to the full.

We are run entirely by volunteers who use all of their spare time to help boxers in need. All of our volunteers have been working with boxers and rescue organisations for a number of years. We are always on the lookout for more experienced people to help us with fostering, homechecking, transporting or fundraising.  If you are in the North West of England and can volunteer for us please contact us. The more help we have, the more we can help boxers in need.

Many people think dogs in rescue have behavioural problems, but this is not always the case. Most of the dogs that are handed to us are given up through no fault of their own. Some may have been abused, some may no longer be needed, now that they are too old to breed from.  Many are sadly given up by loving and caring families but due to a change in circumstances means the dog is not getting the care and attention it needs.