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These are the only animations of Boxer Dogs however, there maybe more used on other pages and more aninations can be accessed from the table at the bottom of the page.


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The boxer got his start in Germany; his ancestors are the Bullenbeizer and the Barebeizer, both powerful breeds. Later, the boxer was crossed with ancestors of the mastiff and the bulldog. The boxer was a popular “working” dog, often used to round up livestock. Today, the boxer still shows his ability to work by serving as a police or military dog.

Boxers are a muscular, short–coated breed with a distinctive square head. They might look tough but in reality they are good–natured, loving, highly intelligent and inquisitive. The boxer is known for his playful nature. They’re always ready to play; even if his owner is not. The boxer’s happy, outgoing temperament works well with children and other animals, so he is well–suited for families.

You’ll notice that your Boxer uses his front paws for just about everything. He’s likely to paw at his toys and food in a cat–like way. He also likes to jump up and motion with his front paws, making him look like he’s actually boxing and hence the name.

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Boxers are also extremely loyal pets and bond closely with their human families. This loyalty manifests itself in the boxer’s talents as a guard dog.

The Boxer is a high energy breed and with their occasional stubbornness, they require daily exercise, play sessions and training session to expend their energy. One thing to keep in mind if you’re thinking of getting a boxer is that they demand an enormous amount of attention, patience and love.

If you are willing to dedicate a lot of energy to laughing, playing and a little cleaning (they are very messy eaters and produce what is commonly called “Boxer Art” on the walls of your home along with slobber) then a Boxer is the perfect dog for you.

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Boxer’s snore loudly with their eyes wide open.

They pass horrific gas and act just as surprised as you.

They will fall over completely when you rub the ears for more than a few seconds.

They can become extremely jealous of any attention given to other pets, resulting in head butting.

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They love to give wet sloppy kisses and jump up to greet you.

They insist on lying on top (not next to) to whoever (animal or human) is around.

You will see them like hopping around like bunnies only to stop, look behind them and resume hopping.

Once boxers were popular as circus dogs.

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The A.K.C. categorizes the boxer as the largest breed 23–32kgs (50–70lbs) in the “working dog” category.

Boxers are predisposed to the following health problems:

  • Hereditary and congenital cardiovascular (heart) defects including boxer cardiomyopathy.


  • Cancer of the skin and other organs of the body.


  • Ulceration of the eyeball, including ulcerations of the eye that heal very slowly (indolent ulcers).


  • Gingival hyperplasia, an overgrowth of gum tissue around the teeth.


  • Boxers have Difficulty breathing and are known as a brachycephalic breed. Brachycephalic breeds have short wide heads with “pushed in faces”. Their short faces predispose them to snoring and upper respiratory (breathing) problems. Stenotic nares (small nasal openings) an elongated soft palate (excessive tissue in the back of the throat) and laryngeal defects cause upper airway obstruction in brachycephalic breeds. Surgical correction of the defects often relieves the respiratory distress suffered by the breed.
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