Boxer Puppies for Sale in PA

November 20, 2013 – 05:07 am

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Boxer

Country of Origin: Germany
Group: Working
Height: 21 - 25 inches
Weight: 50 - 80 lbs
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Temperament

The Boxer breed is highly intelligent, energetic, friendly and loyal. They love to be around their family and can be very protective when provoked. Boxers love to run and play, so adequate exercise is very important for this breed. Training this breed will be very beneficial to the owners for when they are full grown. They make a great family dog!

Coat

This breed has a shiny coat that is short and smooth.

Coat Colors

The Border Collies coat can be maintained by brushing 2 – 4 times a week. They are average shedders and will require more brushing during seasonal changes. Bathe only when necessary.

Coat Care

The Boxer coat is rather easy to take care of. Brushing a couple of times a month will keep the coat healthy and shiny. They have a thin coat and do not do a lot of shedding unless it is a seasonal change.

Health

The average life span is between 9 – 12 years. Here are some of the health issues to which the Boxer breed can be prone to:
• Cancers
• Heart Conditions (Aortic Stenosis & Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy)
• Hypothyroidsim
• Hip Dysplasia
• Allergies
• Deafness in White Boxers

History

This breed was developed in Germany in the late 19th century. The Boxers ancestors seemed include the Bullenbeisser, a Mastiff descent, and mixed with the Bulldog breed.
AKC recognized this breed in 1904 in the Working group and the first Boxer was crowned as a champion in 1915. The Boxer was used as an attack/guard dog & messenger back during World War I. Soldiers began taking this breed home and became very popular as a companion and guard dog.

Boxer Puppies for sale in PA

Click on any of the available Boxer puppies for sale to receive the breeder name, telephone number, and additional information on the puppy. Any puppy that has a white box, instead of blue, comes with a 1 year genetic health guarantee.

Source: keystonepuppies.com


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  • Avatar g_fox555 What kind of dog is this?
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    Saw this dog on Dog Whisperer the other day. Would LOVE to know what breed it is. Thanks for any help!
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  • Avatar James Is a Japanese Akita the Right Breed of Dog for Me?
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