Boxer Pet Profile | Bondi Vet

Boxer Pet Profile | Bondi Vet

The Boxer is a breed of medium-sized, short-haired dogs. The Boxer was bred from the Old English Bulldog and the now extinct Bullenbeisser, and is part of the Molosser group. Their coat is smooth and tight-fitting. They need to be groomed once a week. Colors are fawn or brindled, with or without white markings, which may cover the entire body, and white. The head is the most distinctive feature of the Boxer. They have very powerful jaws, and have one of the longest dog tongues. Their lifespan ranges between 10 to 12 years. Boxers are a bright, energetic and playful breed and tend to be very good with children. They are active, strong dogs and require an adequate 30 minute exercise to prevent boredom. By nature, The Boxer is not an aggressive or vicious breed. It is an instinctive guardian and usually becomes very attached to its family. Like all dogs, it requires proper socialization.

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  1. As a die hard enthusiast of the boxer breed, owning boxers for mpre than 20 years. I get furious seeing so many boxers in these videos that are far outside the breed standard. Poor breeding by greedy breeders is destroying this breed. Hyperactivity is one of the biggest traits of the boxer that arenot supposed to be there that has arose from poor breeding.

  2. Good video, except most of the dogs in this video are Boxer mixes not pure Boxers. Mixes are great, but if you’re doing a breed video, maybe show more of the actual breed. I love my Boxer they truly are one of the most loving and fun breeds out there. Super great with kids. I probably trust this breed more than any other around children. Except the exuberance part, they can get a bit boisterous and knock grown ups down too! LOL

  3. Boxers do not come in black and white, there is no black gene in the boxer. "White" boxers are merely overly flashy boxers, they have so much white that it covers the fawn or brindle, but they’re still a fawn or brindle dog.
    While they are descended from from the Bullenbeisser, the English Bulldog was quite different than it is today, and probably extinct, so please remember that when they show a picture of today’s bulldog. They looked like this :
    As far as the tongue issue goes, there was one boxer who had a crooked, malformed jaw that prevented her from keeping her tongue in her mouth. Because of that, the weight of it stretched her tongue out of proportion. While everyone wants to cite this case, it is an exception, not the norm.

  4. Over the years we have had three Boxer Dogs, each
    one with their own personality. First one was a red
    one, the second – brindle, and the third and final one
    was red again. We loved each and every one the same.
    I don’t think I could have one now, very upsetting when
    they die. I don’t think I could go through all that again.
    I am just trying to recover from my mum’s death a year
    ago and have just gone through the anniversary. My
    house is so quiet now. I miss everyone so so much.
    If I hadn’t got my friends, a new TV and the internet,
    I don’t know what I would do.

  5. We never ever had a dog in our life. After a lot of research, we settled on getting a boxer. Now that we’ve spent almost 7 years together, i’d not wanna get any other breed than this one. He has just completely changed our lives. 🙂

  6. My family has a farm in puerto rico and we have 10 bullenbeisser we breed them tru i think 10 – 8 genrations amd i have a boxer i dont know hy people would say its extinct

  7. Great video! Yes, this is a boxer. Boxers are the best breed ever! Cute, kind, fun, loving and lots of energy.

  8. It looks like the boxers in Australia have longer muzzles and are thinner compared to the boxers in America. The temperament seems to be just the same. Great dog all around!! 10/10 would recommend!

  9. i have boxer 1 time a thief tried to climb threw the building and my dog bite his leg and then i hit him with my baseballbat then i called the police and they said ur dog is a guardian

  10. I just adopted what my vet says is a 1 year old, _miniature boxer_ from my local shelter. She looks like a boxer with a very _slightly_ longer muzzle. She’s full grown and only 21 pounds. People keep asking me if she’s a baby boxer. But from what I’ve read so far, she acts just like a boxer. Her tongue is always ready for kisses even in her sleep you’ll get soft, velvety kisses if you put your face next to hers. She’s super high energy, extremely friendly and social, and she’s quick at picking up new rules and tricks. A+ dog so far despite one chewed up shoe.

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