What is A Boxer?

A Boxer is a breed of medium-sized, short-haired dog. It is a member of the Working Group and was initially bred to be a guard dog and working dog. Boxers have a distinctive, square-jawed head, a short snout, and a muscular body. They are renowned for their intelligence, loyalty, and playfulness.

Are Boxers Friendly With Children?

Yes, boxers are generally very friendly and loyal with children and make excellent family pets. They are also highly intelligent, energetic, and protective of their family and make great playmates.

How Long Does A Boxer Live?

A Boxer typically lives 10 to 12 years.

Are Boxers Hypoallergenic?

No, boxers are not considered hypoallergenic. They are a type of dog that sheds and produces dander, which can trigger allergies in some people.

Are Boxers Aggressive?

No, boxers are not typically aggressive. They are friendly, loyal and protective. They can, however, show aggression towards other dogs and animals if not properly socialized.

When Does A Boxer Stop Growing?

A Boxer generally stops growing at around 18-24 months old. However, certain Boxer breeds may experience growth spurts during this time.

How Much Should A Boxer Weigh?

The ideal weight for a boxer depends on their gender and age. Generally, male boxers should weigh between 60-70 pounds and female boxers should weigh between 50-60 pounds.

Do Boxers Bark A Lot?

Boxers are not known to be excessive barkers. They are generally considered to be a relatively quiet breed. They may occasionally bark when they want to get attention, when they are excited or to alert their owners to something, but they are not known for excessive or constant barking. However, like all dogs, they may bark more if they are not adequately trained or socialized or if they have separation anxiety or other behavioral issues. With proper training, socialization and exercise, Boxers can be trained to minimize excessive barking.