Crossing a Boxer with another dog breed will result in so many unique combinations.
If you’re looking for a friendly, active, and outgoing puppy, you should definitely consider a breed with Boxer genes.
Popular Boxer Mixed Breeds
Just imagine the endless possibilities of mixing different dog breeds and getting a pup that has inherited the best personalities of both parents.
Well, you don’t have to imagine because we have brought up a list of 50 most popular Boxer mixes!
1. Boxita: Akita Inu, Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @thehairyrider
This hybrid dog is a combination of the Boxer and the Japanese Akita Inu dog.
Boxitas can be medium to large depending on their parentage. These dogs are very energetic and highly intelligent; sometimes stubborn and strong-willed.
They love having a job to do, which means they require a lot of mental stimulation and physical activity.
2. Boxer Shepherd: German Shepherd, Boxer Mix.
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Often called a Box-A-Shep, the German Shepherd boxer is a mixed breed dog derived from two very famous purebred dogs. We all know that boxers can be a bit goofy, so you can expect this hybrid dog to be very fun to be around.
The German Shepherd Boxer inherited a high energy level from its Boxer parent and a loyal hard-working personality from the German Shepherd.
Due to the loyal and protective nature from the German Shepherd parent, these dogs make great guard dogs.
3. St. Boxer: Saint Bernard, Boxer Mix.
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The Saint Boxer is an interesting cross breed between the St. Bernard and the German Boxer. This is a very powerful breed extremely loyal and dedicated to their human pack.
The Saint Boxer is a massive dog that can weigh up to 120 pounds.
It’s good to know that these large dogs are very assertive; therefore, they are wary of strangers. This makes them great watch dogs that are always ready to protect their household.
4. Bull Boxer: Bull Mastiff, Boxer Mix.
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The Bull Boxer mix is a cross between a Bulldog and a Boxer. Both dogs are kind of similar in appearance, but also quite different. Bull boxers are full of energy!
They’re very active dogs best suitable for adventurous, outgoing, and active people. Loyal and faithful, a Bull Boxer makes a great companion that doesn’t really like to be left alone for extended periods.
Make sure you give them all the love and affection as well as lots of quality playtime.
5. Boxane: Great Dane, Boxer Mix.
The Great Dane-Boxer mix is a powerful combination of two big dogs. Their unique looks and lovely personalities make this hybrid dog an attention-worthy pooch.
Boxane dogs are usually brown in color, although some are born with distinct markings of different shades. Their short coat is shiny and easy to maintain.
Gentle and friendly dogs, they make amazing family pets.
6. English Boxer: English Bulldog, Boxer Mix.
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Also known as Bull Boxers and Valley Bulldogs, these dogs derived from mixing the Boxer dog and the English Bulldog. English boxers are medium-sized dogs, standing up to 27 inches in height.
Their bodies are bulky and muscular, and their face resembles that of a bulldog parent.
These loyal pooches will do anything for their owners – they’re very affectionate, loveable, and protective.
7. Boxmas: Mastiff Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @knight_th3_masboxer
This Mastiff Boxer mixed breed is a result of crossing the Boxer dog and the English Mastiff. Fairly new to the cross breeding world, these dogs can grow very large in size, and weigh up to 100 pounds.
The Boxmas is a dog with an even temper – they get their energy and friendliness from the Boxer parent, and their courage and protectiveness from the Mastiff parent.
High-energy levels make these dogs a bit difficult to train – some dogs from this breed might come off stubborn, so extra patience is required during training.
8. Bulloxer: American Bulldog, Boxer Mix.
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The American Boxer is a combination of the American bulldog and the Boxer dog. The American Boxer is a medium- to large-sized dog.
These hybrids have a muscular body and a sturdy skeleton. This mix breed is considered as one of the healthiest cross breeds.
The lovely American Boxer mixed breed makes a genuinely kind and family-oriented dog that requires lots of cuddles and walks!
9. Boxhoula: Catahoula Boxer Mix.
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Even though the Boxer has a friendly personality, the strong will of a Catahoula might overweigh the Boxer’s friendliness.
These hybrids are not recommended for inexperienced or first-time dog owners. If properly socialized, they make good companions and watch dogs.
Boxhoulas require a lot of daily exercise, frequent training, and supervision.
10. Bullboxer Pit: American Pit Bull Terrier Boxer Mix.
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The Bullboxer Pit, often called the American Bull Boxer, derives from the American Pit Bull Terrier and Boxer cross.
Bullboxer Pits are generally playful dogs that make great pets for families with children because they love to be involved in all family activities.
These dogs can be stubborn from time to time, so it is important to train them with positive reinforcement.
11. Boxgi: Corgi Boxer Mix.
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A Corgi Boxer mix makes an interesting hybrid dog – The Boxgi.
Corgis are known for their fluffy coats, short legs, and energetic, playful personalities. The Boxer is also a high-energy, social dog that can play for hours on end.
So, a combination of these two will definitely result in an outgoing, cheerful pup.
12. Bernese Boxer: Bernese Mountain Dog Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @delilah.boxer.x.bernese
The Bernese Boxer mix is a wonderful combination of two purebred dogs.
Their coats come in different colors such as black, white, and light brown to chocolate with distinctive white markings.
Considering that this dog derives from a larger and a medium-sized breed, it’s size is usually going to be somewhere in the middle. Bernese Boxers are loving pups that make everyone around them happy.
13. Boxsky: Siberian Husky Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @rileytheboxsky
The Boxsky is one of the most beautiful mixed dog breeds.
What makes these dogs so special is that they usually inherit the blue eyes of their Siberian Husky parents. Of course, some dogs can inherit hazel to brown colored eyes from their Boxer parent.
Coming from both protective and friendly parent breeds, the Boxer Siberian Husky mix will make a wonderful family dog that is devoted to protecting its human pack.
14. Bullboxer Staff: American Staffordshire Terrier Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @odin_the_bullboxer_staffy
The Bull Boxer Staff is a mix of an American Staffordshire Terrier and a Boxer.
Very loving and gentle, this hybrid dog gets along with everyone, especially children and small animals.
They are very friendly and devoted to their family. Just like with every dog, it’s important to go through regular training and early socialization.
15. Golden Boxer: Golden Retriever Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @colleen_rooney414
Truly a golden boy – the Golden Boxer might be the best combination of two extremely adorable dogs.
This mix breed inherited the patience, friendliness, affection, and loyalty of both parent breeds
It’s only natural that the Golden Boxer will have a lovely people-pleasing personality with a kind heart.
16. Miniature Boxer: Boston Terrier Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @huey_theboxermix
A Boston Terrier mixed with a Boxer creates a Boston Boxer, or as some like to call him, the Miniature Boxer.
The Boston Terrier is smaller; therefore, the offspring of these two dog breeds will most likely be a dog of a small to medium size. Their short coat comes in various colors such as brown, gray, brindle, fawn, and white.
Fun fact – Boston Boxers are hypoallergenic dogs suitable for people who suffer from allergies.
17. Boxachi: Chihuahua Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @noah_the_boxachi
The Boxachi is a one-of-a-kind designer dog. With their sassy personalities, Chihuahuas are thought to be both fierce and very affectionate dogs.
By combining them with a Boxer, you will get a friendly, affectionate puppy that will have the cutest looks ever.
You’ll want to spend so much time with these cuddly pooches!
18. French Boxer: French Bulldog Boxer Mix.
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You may think these two dogs have some very similar physical features. Well, although they have some similar facial features, they’re very different in size.
Boxers are fairly larger than French Bulldogs, with bulkier and more muscular bodies. This means French Bulldogs puppies will grow up to be medium-sized dogs.
The parent breeds being friendly dogs will make the French Boxer mix a wonderful addition to your family.
19. Boxollie: Border Collie Boxer Mix.
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The Border Collie is described as one of the most intelligent dogs in the world.
Working dogs, such as the Boxer, were crossed with Border Collies creating energetic fast-learner puppies.
Not only is this hybrid dog super smart, it’s also very unique looking. With its size ranging from medium to large, its coat can be either short like that of a Boxer, or of medium length.
20. Shihoxer: Shih Tzu Boxer Mix.
The Shih Tzu-Boxer mix is one of the rarest mixed breeds.
This designer dog will most likely inherit the head of its Boxer parent and the size of the Shih Tzu. Its coat will be short, but still a bit longer than what we see in Boxers.
The Shihoxer is playful and friendly, but it can get a bit protective and feisty, so it’s important to train him at a young age.
21. Shar Boxer: Shar Pei Boxer Mix.
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Often called Box-A-Shar or a Box Pei, this mixed breed became quite popular over time. And, there is a very good reason behind that.
Due to their even temper and extreme devotion to their owners, these pooches became great family dogs. Being laid-back, medium-energy dogs, Box Peis are suitable for people who aren’t very active.
Box Peis come in various colors such as brindle, black, cream, and sometimes white.
22. Boxmatian: Dalmatian Boxer Mix.
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The Boxmatian is a very common cross breed. Mixing Dalmatians with other breeds became extremely popular after the famous Disney’s “101 Dalmatians” movie.
Breeders developed the Boxmatian – a one-of-a-kind designer dog with many coat color combinations: spotted, white, cream, black… you name it!
The Boxer’s high energy goes well with the Dalmatian’s impressive intelligence, making the Boxmatian a quick learner.
These dogs require daily exercise and a lot of attention. They should not be left alone for extended periods.
23. Boxerberman: Doberman Boxer Mix.
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The Doberman Boxer cross has become a very popular hybrid dog.
This medium-sized hybrid has inherited the best of both worlds – the intelligence of a Doberman and the fast learning skills of a Boxer.
The Boxerberman makes an amazing four-legged friend with whom you’ll never be bored.
24. Great Pyrenoxer: Great Pyrenees Boxer Mix.
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The Great Pyrenoxer will be a big dog. Considering the Great Pyrenees parent breed, this hybrid dog can grow up to 32 inches in height.
Despite their size, these dogs are extremely playful and friendly with people they are familiar with. The Great Pyrenees Boxer is wary of strangers, which makes him a great watch dog.
25. Bogle: Beagle Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @ginny.thebeagle
Bogles are dogs with kind hearts and cheerful personalities. Expect these dogs to be great guard dogs due to their assertive and protective nature.
Super loyal and affectionate, the Beagle parent side delivers a sharp sense of smell, which can lead them to go out on adventures.
If you’re an active and outgoing person, the Bogle is the right dog for you.
26. Boxador: Labrador Retriever Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @bo_theboxador
Labrador + Boxer = Boxador!
Labrador Retrievers are known as wonderful family dogs just like our Boxers are. It’s obvious that the mix of these two will create a devoted and loving companion.
Their short coat comes in various colors ranging anywhere from black to light brown and yellow.
This hybrid dog is a loyal, affectionate, fun-loving companion that will always be by your side.
27. Chowoxer: Chow Chow Boxer Mix.
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You might think this dog will have a fluffy coat like its Chow Chow parent. Well, you’re right – their puffy, wagging tails reveal the Chow Chow parentage.
They are loveable and affectionate dogs that make great companions, but can be very cautious of strangers.
Chowoxers love to be active and can sometimes get carried away, ignoring their owners’ commands. Early socialization and positive reinforcement training is therefore required.
28. Cane Corxer: Cane Corso Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @royalcorxer
A Cane Corso and a Boxer make up a Cane Corxer. However, the temperament of this hybrid dog might be a bit tricky.
The Cane Corso is a very protective and loyal dog. Boxers, on the other hand, are very energetic and fun-loving. So, you should expect a high-energy protective dog.
They are most suitable for experienced dog owners who will have the patience and discipline to properly train and socialize these majestic dogs.
29. Samoyed Boxer: The Samoyed Boxer Mix.
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The Samoyed Boxer mix is an outgoing puppy that is relatively easy to train.
It’s completely up to genetics to determine how the puppy will look. Considering their parent breeds, these dogs will have a strong, thick coat that is double-layered in the winter, which is their favorite season.
The Samoyed Boxer is an affectionate, fun-loving family dog that needs daily exercise and training.
30. Poxer: Pug Boxer Mix.
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What do you call a mix of a Boxer and a Pug? A POXER!
This hybrid dog is a bit bigger than your average Pug. Also, they’re not as chubby as their Pug parent. Poxers have inherited some of the Boxers genes that make them slightly taller and more muscular.
Unfortunately, both Pugs and Boxers are known for major inherited health problems, so this crossbreed isn’t considered the healthiest.
31. Rhodesian Boxer: Rhodesian Ridgeback Boxer Mix.
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The Rhodesian Boxer is a hybrid dog derived from crossing the Rhodesian Ridgeback and the Boxer. They are family-oriented dogs that require lots of daily exercise and early training.
The Rhodesian Boxer is a very good-looking dog. Their body is sturdy and muscular, with beautiful coats that come in various colors such as brown, brindle, white, fawn, and black.
Coming from the hound dog group, the Rhodesian Ridgeback has strong hunting instincts. Combine that with the Boxer’s fun-loving, high energy personality and you get a dog with a high prey drive that will most likely want to chase small prey-like animals.
32. Dachxer: Dachshund Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @dachshundboxer
With the head of a Boxer and the body of a Dachshund, the Dachxer will win over your heart!
Sausage Boxers have short legs and a long body that resemble the Dachshund’s physique. The comic-like appearance adds to their unique personalities.
Not only did they inherit high energy and strong will from both parent breeds, but also a strong hunting instinct with a high prey drive.
With lots of love and patience, you will bring out the best personality traits that these wonderful dogs have to offer.
33. Cocker Spanbox: Cocker Spaniel Boxer Mix.
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With this combination, you get a dog that comes in a variety of colors ranging from golden to yellow, white, orange, red, and light brown.
These medium-sized dogs are very admirable and attention-worthy. Some puppies can inherit the curly ears of the Cocker Spaniel, which makes them super cute.
Cocker Spaniel Boxers are cheerful and loving companions that you will fall in love with.
34. Boxer Inu: Shiba Inu Boxer Mix.
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This is a wonderful dog that can sometimes be a little stubborn and curious. The combination of high energy levels and intelligence make the Shiba Inu Boxer mix a real outgoing pup.
The Shiba Inu Boxer mix is the kind of hybrid dog that needs early socialization and obedience training.
Since they are so curious, a leash is very much needed to prevent them from wandering off or chasing other animals.
35. Anatolian Boxer: Anatolian Shepherd Boxer Mix.
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The Anatolian Shepherd Boxer hybrid is a powerful dog derived from a loyal Anatolian Shepherd and a playful Boxer dog.
Boxers are courageous dogs, while Anatolian Shepherds are highly protective. This means their offspring might as well be the most protective among all Boxer mix breeds.
Although Anatolian Shepherds may appear laid-back, they are extremely intelligent and devoted to their owner – in other words, they’re always ready to take action.
Socialization and intense training is a must from early on. This hybrid dog should be considered by experienced dog owners only.
36. Boxweiler: Rottweiler Boxer Mix.
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The Boxweiler mix is a big-sized cross breed.
Their strong and sturdy body ranges in brindle, brown, and black colors, with a characteristic light brown to white chest area.
Measuring up to 27 inches in height, these energetic canines require a lot of living space and daily exercise.
37. Newfoundbox: Newfoundland Boxer Mix.
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Newfoundlands are very big dogs that can be very difficult to train. Luckily, Boxers are very fast learners.
A mix between these two results in a Newfoundland Boxer, which can’t be seen very often. This is a very rare hybrid that is extremely affectionate and protective of its owner.
Their coat can be either short or medium-long depending on which side the Newfoundland Boxer leans more towards.
Don’t be surprised if you notice your furniture and clothes being wet – these big puppies tend to drool a lot.
38. Australian Boxherd: Australian Shepherd Boxer Mix.
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When you combine a Boxer with a beautiful dog such as an Australian Shepherd, you get the Australian Boxherd.
Highly energetic, these loving pooches need a lot of consistent training, daily exercise, and quality playtime.
You won’t get enough of their soft, silky coats ranging from merle, brindle, black, brown, chocolate, and golden colors.
39. Boxerdoodle: Poodle Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @kobe.arlo
The Boxerdoodle is a very cute mixed breed. Yes, you guessed it… the Boxerdoodle inherited most of the Poodle parent’s characteristics – a fluffy, soft coat.
Their coat requires regular grooming, and they’re pretty easy to maintain.
Another cool thing about Boxerdoodles is that they are hypoallergenic, which means they’re suitable for people suffering from allergies.
40. Boxer Basset: Basset Hound Boxer Mix.
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The Boxer Basset dog is a loving, affectionate companion that would most likely choose to lay on the couch. Sometimes lazy, sometimes energetic – it depends entirely on their day.
The Boxer Basset is a beautiful hybrid dog that inherited most of its looks from its Basset Hound parent, and most of its personality traits from its Boxer parent.
This hybrid dog is great for people who like to occasionally go out on adventures. The Boxer Basset will follow!
41. Boweimar: Weimaraner Boxer Mix.
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The Weimaraner’s noble appearance gives this mixed breed unique physical characteristics. Bred as a hunting dog in Germany, the Weimaraner inherited strong hunting instincts.
Reaching up to 42 inches in height, the Boweimar is quite taller than your average Boxer. Their body is slim and muscular, covered in a short, easy to maintain coat.
The Boweimar makes a wonderful family dog that requires daily exercise, lots of running, and quality playtime.
42. Boxapoint: German Shorthaired Pointer Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @boone.the.boxapoint
The Boxapoint is a designer dog that derives from combining a German Shorthaired Pointer with a Boxer.
Standing up to 25 inches in height, with a bi-colored coat, usually in a combination of black and white, Boxapoints are a real sight to look at!
You won’t get enough of their fun personalities. Boxapoints are fun-loving, energetic companions that love working and learning new skills.
Make sure to keep your new best friend happy with lots of cuddles and exercise.
43. Blue Boxer: Blue Heeler Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @stella_boxheeler
No, this hybrid dog is not actually blue. Purebred Blue Heelers are known as Australian Cattle dogs. They’re medium-sized canines that were primarily bred for herding cattle.
Crossing a Blue Heeler with a Boxer will result in a brave, high-energy, obedient, and protective mixed breed dog.
Energetic and playful, Blue Heelers make great family dogs. Protective and alert, they also make good watch dogs.
44. Malamute Boxer: Alaskan Malamute Boxer Mix.
Photo from: @finn_the_boxer_malamute
A Malamute Boxer is a designer dog that inherited some of the best characteristics from both purebred dog parent sides.
One of them is a longer lifespan. Malamute Boxers can live up to 15 years, which makes them longer-living canines than purebred Boxers.
Their kind, loving nature makes them great family dogs that get along very well with children. Malamute Boxers are very gentle and highly trainable, which also make them great dogs for beginner owners.
45. Boxerji: Basenji Boxer Mix.
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Also known as barkless dogs, Basenjis are extremely intelligent, strong-willed, independent purebred dogs that will mostly do things their own way.
A Boxerji is an interesting cross breed that inherited the Basenji parent’s fast learning skills and the Boxer parent’s protective nature.
These combined personality traits make the Boxerji a great watch dog that gets along with everyone in the family.
46. Balenois: Belgian Malinois Boxer Mix.
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This is a very rare crossbreed that was probably developed by accidental breeding. Crossing a Belgian Malinois with a Boxer results in an extremely high-energy puppy.
Expect this hybrid dog to have a very high work drive, as well as a very high intelligence quotient.
With early socialization and high-intensity training, only the sky’s the limit. These dogs will quickly pass and learn whatever task you give them.
47. Schnoxer: Miniature Schnauzer Boxer Mix.
A Schnoxer used to be a rare cross breed. Nowadays, we get to see more of these puppies. It is thought that breeders wanted to create a hybrid dog that would have a longer lifespan with fewer health issues than purebred dogs.
So, a Schnoxer was developed. Also known as the Boxschnauz, this designer dog is one of a kind. They usually come in different shades of black and gray, with the possibility of inheriting both a short- and a wire-haired coat.
Schnoxers are very strong-willed, determined, and alert. They’re also very fun-loving, playful and devoted to their families. These traits make the Schnoxer both an amazing family dog and a fierce watchdog.
48. Gray Boxhound: Greyhound Boxer Mix.
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Greyhounds are known as doggie athletes. They’re fast, agile, and powerful. With slender, muscular bodies and long muzzles, Greyhounds are very recognizable purebred dogs.
The Gray Boxhound will likely inherit the Boxer’s short muzzle and some of its coat colors. The Boxhound will probably be taller than their Boxer parent, with sleeker, more defined bodies.
Reported by the American Kennel Club as the fastest dogs in the world, Greyhounds have a high urge to chase other animals. So, a Boxhound will most likely inherit this personality trait.
Early socialization and intense training are a must with this cross breed.
49. Pomoxer: Pomeranian Boxer Mix.
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Pomeranian + Boxer = Pomoxer! A wonderful combination of these two dog breeds makes the hybrid Pomoxer a fun-loving pooch with a great personality.
To everyone’s surprise, the Pomoxer seems to have inherited most of the Boxer parent’s personality traits. This rare cross breed is thought to have been developed by accidental breeding.
The fact that their coat varies from short to fluffy (like those in Poms) makes the Pomoxer a very unique-looking dog.
50. The Boxkie: Yorkshire Terrier Boxer Mix.
The Boxkie is a super cute dog. Their Yorkie parents are much shorter than Boxers, so a combination of these will result in a short- to medium-sized hybrid dog.
Boxkies are loveable, active, and outgoing family dogs that get along with everyone. And, by everyone, we mean both their four-legged and human friends!
Future paw parents will love this adorable little dog. The Boxkie will happily join in on all the fun family activities.
Friendly, Goofy, Adorable – The Boxer
When you think of an energetic dog, the first thing that comes to your mind is the Boxer.
These loving pooches are very active, and are always excited to see their fellow humans! They have wagging tails happily greeting everyone they meet – both people and animals.
Very curious and hyper by nature, zooming around is an all-day activity, that is, until they eventually get tired and start snoring their way to dreamland.
Once they wake up, it’s time to play again!
Being very social and friendly, most Boxers get along with everyone, especially children. Boxers will synchronize their behavior and high-energy levels with their small human companions.
They will often want their owner’s full attention whether it includes cuddling, playing, walking – Boxers want it all!
Boxer Mix Breed Health Issues
Like all pure breeds, Boxers come with many health issues. Some major health problems that require veterinary care are heart problems, aortic stenosis, colitis, cardiomyopathy, hypothyroidism, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, and degenerative myelopathy.
Keeping this in mind, it’s possible that the cross breed Boxer puppy will inherit some of these serious conditions.
Breeders are constantly on a mission to produce healthier dog breeds, which is, in a way, working pretty well considering that cross breeds are healthier than purebred dogs.
The average lifespan of a Boxer is 10 to 12 years. By crossing this purebred dog with other dog breeds, it is not certain whether it’s lifespan will be longer or shorter than the average.
If you’re getting a dog, any kind of dog, you should be aware of many health problems your puppy may be susceptible to.
Providing care, regular veterinary checkups, a proper diet, high-quality dog food, as well as regular daily exercise and training will make your dog the healthiest it can be.
Most Boxer mixes will inherit the social and outgoing nature of the Boxer parent. These hybrid dogs will surely make great companions that you’ll want to spend all your time with.
If you have decided to get a cross breed, keep in mind that no two dogs are the same. It’s very important to do some research about other dog breeds that the Boxer is crossed with.
Puppies will inherit both of the parent breed’s personality traits and physical features. This can almost never be a 50:50 combination, so most hybrid dogs will inherit more traits from one parent breed than the other.
One thing’s for sure – you definitely won’t go wrong with a Boxer mixed breed! These adorable pups will make a wonderful addition to your family.