The Boxer, a German breed, was developed by crossing the Brabanter Bullenbeißer and the English Bulldog. The Bullenbeißer, also a Molosser, was used over the centuries as a big game hunter, a butcher's dog, and finally a family guardian. In 1895, the founders of the Boxer breed formed the Boxer-Klub in Munich.
The Boxer is playful, sociable especially with children, loyal, and cautious with strangers. Lean and muscular, the Boxer stands 21-25" tall and weighs 53-70 pounds.
Official recognition: FCI Group 2, AKC Group 3 - Working Dogs, CKC Group 3 - Working Dogs, KC: Non-Sporting - Working Group, ANKC: Group 6 - Utility.
A list of dog links. Breeds clubs, breed profiles, pictures, e-cards, e-groups and web rings. [Dutch and English]
Articles on caring for the breed including proper feeding, grooming, health care and training.
Forum and breed oriented articles on health, nutrition and training.
Rescue information, photographs, poems, contests, breed frequently asked questions, and a mailing list.
Features breed standard and training articles, chat room and a directory to related sites.
Find a boxer rescue group in the US, Canada and Europe with information on the breed.
Focal point for everything concerning the breed in the United Kingdom. List of breeders, breed standard, club directory, and articles.
Links for owners, breeders and fans.
Includes appearance, temperament, history, and famous dogs.
A detailed guide for judges and breeders on how to correctly judge the breed. Also a tool for anyone wishing to evaluate their own dogs or contemplating using a stud dog.
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