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Boxers are athletic, energetic, and happy dogs. Their short muzzles and large underbites, as well as their proportionately long tongues, give them a distinctive appearance. Buy healthy, purebred Boxer puppies direct from ethical breeders. Shipped worldwide with a 10 year health guarantee. We have male and female puppies. Simply select below to buy Boxer puppies.
The Boxer was bred in Germany from the now extinct Bulldog and Bullenbeisser ("bull-biter"). It was bred to hunt, bite, and hold onto big game like deer and wild boar. The Boxer's name may be derived from the German "Boxl" for "short pants" or from the dog's tendency to stand on its hind legs and swing its front legs when fighting or playing. American soldiers brought the Boxer back to America where it became a popular pet (the seventh most popular American breed in 2006) after World War II. In the last century, Boxers have also been put to work as courier dogs, guard dogs, cattle breeders, and police dogs.
The Boxer has a shoulder height of 53 to 63 cm (21 to 25 in) and weighs 24 to 32 kg (53 to 70 lbs). They are strong, compact and agile, with large, powerful jaws and a small nose that allows them to breathe while clinging to an animal. Boxers have cropped tails and may have cropped ears. They have a distinctive head with long lower jaws and wide muzzles. The Boxer's head should be wrinkle-free, with slight wrinkles on the forehead when concentrating. The Boxer has an arched skull, sloping shoulders and a high tail. Boxers have a proud posture.
The Boxer has a short, smooth and shiny coat. It can be fawn (light beige, yellow or light reddish), brindle (light / dark striped) or red. A black mask around the nose and jaws and white markings ("flashings") on the stomach, chest and feet are possible, but the white should not cover more than a third of the Boxer. The Boxer loses his hair moderately.
The Boxer is happy, sympathetic, intelligent, caring and loyal. Boxers develop strong and close bonds with the family. They have a lot of energy and a serious demeanor, although they can also be clownish and playful. They like to grab and carry just about anything they can in their mouths. Boxers tend to get loud when the food bowl is empty. They make excellent keepers and companions.
The Boxer gets along particularly well with children. They also get along well with other dogs and pets, but can be aggressive towards unfamiliar dogs. It is best for the Boxer to undergo early socialization due to his strong and boisterous personality. Boxers can fight on occasion. They are naturally inclined to protect you and your family from strangers.
The Boxer's coat can be kept in good condition by brushing it occasionally to remove dead hair. The Boxer needs frequent human company. Boxers do not like excessively hot or cold temperatures and should not live outdoors. Some Boxers may snore, drool, or have gas. White Boxers are at greater risk for deafness. Boxers have an average lifespan of 10 to 12 years and will remain fit and athletic into old age. They have litters of 2 to 10 puppies.
The Boxer must be trained not to jump on people as he naturally enjoys jumping. The Boxer is ideal for various sports activities because it can be highly skilled and learns very quickly. Boxers can be stubborn in learning, but they are sensitive to commands.
The Boxer needs a lot of physical and mental exercise on a daily basis. They should be allowed to run or take long walks regularly. Boxers like to play recovery or other activities. They can tolerate apartment living if exercised enough, but a good-sized yard is ideal. Lonely and inactive Boxers can become stressed and destructive.
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