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Overview
The Boxer originated in Germany in the late 19th century. This breed's name was supposedly derived from the "boxing" motion they made with their front paws. Boxers are stocky and medium in size with strong jaws and a powerful bite. They are widely used in search and rescue, police work, and military work.
Character
Boxers are lively, strong, and extremely loyal. They have an exceedingly high energy level. They carry themselves with pride, but are never arrogant. They have a stoic stance, and are intelligent, loving, delightful companions.

Does your Boxer bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
The Boxer is patient, dignified, and self-assured. They exhibit curiosity, but are wary of strangers. This breed is fearless and courageous if threatened. They are keenly alert and have a heightened sense of hearing, which make them excellent guard dogs. The Boxer adores children and other pets they have been raised with. They have an inordinate need for human companionship and do not like to be alone for extended periods of time. They are not well suited for a two career family. Insufficient attention may lead them into "bad" behavior in an attempt to be noticed.
Care
The Boxers tight, short coat requires minimal grooming. Occasional brushing with a firm bristle brush is recommended. Bathing should only be done when absolutely necessary to ensure the essential oils are not stripped from their skin. The Boxer is typically clean and will groom themselves. This breed has some major health concerns such as cardiomyopathy, sub-aortic stenosis, and hip dysplasia. They may also be prone to tumors, epilepsy, allergies, and skin problems. A proper diet is absolutely essential due to their sensitive stomach and tendency toward excessive flatulence. The Boxer is an indoor pet as their short coat cannot protect them from cold climates.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Boxer has a shorthaired coat, which is shiny, smooth, and fits tightly to the body. The coat comes in such colors as fawn, red, and brindle, with "flashings" of white on their underbelly, chest, and all four feet. In some cases the "flashing" will appear on their face. The Boxer is an average shedder that sheds year round.
Training
The Boxer is clever and quick to learn. Obedience training is essential. They require a dominant owner capable of controlling them. They do not respond well to harsh treatment. Training must consist of fairness, firmness, and consistency. Boxers do well in competitive obedience and love to learn and perform tricks. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Boxer puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The Boxer enjoys regular play and outdoor exercise. They thrive on playing with their family and do best with a medium sized fenced yard. It is important to keep them stimulated and occupied indoors to prevent destruction brought about by boredom. The Boxer will do okay in an apartment if they are sufficiently and regularly exercised. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
Male: 65-80; Female: 50-65 lbs
Height
Male: 22.5-25; Female: 21-23.5 inches
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fawn and brindle, both with or without white flashing and black mask
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Member Since: May 2005
Location: Lawton, Oklahoma
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It is our goal to raise only top quality pure breed healthy and happy Boxers. All of our dogs are well socialized and family raised. All puppies are AKC registered, come with 1 year health guarantee, microchipped, Tails docked, dew claws removed and up to date on shots and wormings. Puppies will arrive at their new approved homes pre-spoiled by lots of love and attention. We pride ourselves in having excellent quality not quantity. Champion American and Euro lines! Show and pet homes. We have many repeat buyers,puppy in shows and commericals. Please feel free to ask any and all questions. references upon request.

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Anonymous asked:
Can a Boxer handle the summer heat?

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Summer's can be very hard on short-muzzled dogs like Boxers. But they can be alright as long as they are allowed inside where there is A.C during the day. They should be exercised in the early morning or late evening and not made to do rigorous exercise during the hottest part of the day.

Anonymous asked:
Looking for short haired, medium sized dog, but one that doesn't droole a lot. I like the way the Boxer looks, but cannot stand their drools. Help me know what to look for?

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If you are just looking for a short-haired, medium sized breed of dog that isn't known for drooling; but has the energy of the Boxer -- then I would suggest the Dalmatian or the Weimaraner. However, if you like the look of the Boxer, then the American Staffordshire Terrier might work out for you. However, the Staffie can drool as well. But, any dog can drool; especially if they smell something tasty. If you can't 100% stand drool, then I wouldn't get a dog. But if you can stand a little, then the breeds I mentioned before and even the Boxer might work out for you. A hand towel would solve you problem was ease.

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I had a beautiful unpapered Boxer. She has an outstanding temperament and I love her so much. I would love to breed her. Maybe.. She is intact and in heat for the first time now. A little over a year right now and I won't be careless with her. I don't want to have any sort of puppy mill. Is there a way to get her papered and checked out? Where I live people are pumping out boxer puppies and selling them without papers for 200+. I want to make sure I have quality and go from there. Please help?

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You can not get your dog registered unless the breeder you got your dog from registers the litter. So no, you can not get her papered. She is an amazing dog and that is great, but if she is not papered, is not titled in anything and has not been cleared of all the health problems the Boxer breed comes with, I would highly suggest spayed her. Enjoy her. Love her. She is your perfect slice of Boxer heaven. Do not add to the amount of unwanted dogs in shelters by adding more adorable puppies into the world that may or may not end up in a shelter. Reputable, responsible and knowledgeable breeders are willing and do take care ALL of their puppies if at any stage in the dogs life the owner can not care for the dog. Are you able to take back 10 puppies? Get your girl spayed and enjoy her so she can live a long and happy life with you.

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I have a 5-month-old Boxer puppy. I try to play with her and she constantly is biting me. She doesn't do this with my husband or other kids. I am with her all day every day. I am the one who feeds her and takes her out the majority of the time. I know she is not trying to hurt me, but puppy teeth really hurt. I have so many bruises and scratches on my hands and arms, when will this puppy biting stop? I am firm with her and tell her no. I turn around when she jumps up, but she just bites the back if my legs. She has plenty of toys. I'm hoping this stops sooner than later.

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You are with her all day long, you feed her, you play with her and most likely, you play with your hands with her. Especially when she was really little, so she views you as a toy. It's not okay, it's time to stop her from doing it again. This is the way I have taught all of my puppies and it normally has to be done once, maybe up to three times and then never has to be done again. The next time your pup bites at you, you take her upper lip and slide it into her mouth against her upper teeth. Do one firm squeeze and then let go. This teaches a puppy that when human flesh is in their mouth, they bite themselves, and it hurts. Your pup will think twice the next time she thinks about nipping you. Do NOT hold her lip against her teeth until she squeals and backs away from you, it is one firm squeeze and that is it. This is the equivalent of you biting your lip.

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I accidentally learned the technique of pressing the upper lip against the upper teeth when our dog was a pup. I'd say to her "That hurts. Watch those toothies." All the rest of her life, when I would say "Watch those toothies," she would tuck her upper lip under her teeth. It was so funny to see her looking as though she didn't have any upper teeth.

Anonymous asked:
I have a male Boxer that is 3 years old and has papers. I would like to breed him locally and don't know how to go about doing it since this is all new to me. He is an excellent dog (temperament, manners, loving) Do you know of an organization that would point me in the right direction. Online I only see breeders that are selling Boxers but not looking for a male stud for breeding.

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First, all health checks need to be done on your male; including hips, elbows (by OFA), eyes and jaw. If the dog clears all the health checks, then you can put your male up to stud. However, please note that most breeders will only contact other established breeders for stud service, but you might get lucky. Good breeders want their studs certified in show with championships and/or titles in sports or obedience, so you may not be able to find a breeder who wants to use your male. You may want to contact a couple of local breeders and ask if they would use your dog for stud if he cleared all the health checks.

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Updated: 8/31/2015