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The Boxer is a medium-sized, square built dog of good substance with short limbs, and short tight-fitting coat. They have very strong jaws and a powerful bite. The dog has a lot of strength and agility with elegance and style. A boxer is a Guard dog as well as a companion dog.


The character of the boxer is of the greatest importance and demands the most careful attention. He is renowned for his great love and faithfulness to his master and household, his alertness, and fearless courage as a defender and protector. The Boxer is docile but distrustful of strangers. They are a bright, energetic and playful breed and tend to be very good with children. The Boxer is a "hearing" guard dog and originally known as a shy dog. The Boxer by nature is not an aggressive or vicious breed but need socialization to tolerate other dogs well. In some cases, the boxer's over-protective, territorial and dominating attitude, most intense in males, can be problematic. It's best if obedience training is started early since they also have a strong personality and therefore can be harder to train when older. Boxers are very patient with smaller dogs but can be aggressive with larger dogs of the same sex. A poorly bred or trained boxer is capable of seriously injuring or killing other animals. Nevertheless, his intelligence, loyal affection and tractability to discipline makes a boxer a highly desirable companion.

The ideal Boxer is a medium-sized, square-built dog of good substance with short back, strong limbs, and short, tight-fitting coat. His well-developed muscles are clean, hard, and appear smooth under taut skin. His movements denote energy. The gait is firm yet elastic, the stride free and ground-covering, the carriage proud. The boxer combines strength and agility with elegance and style. Alertness and his steadfast and tractable temperament are some of the boxer's likeable expressions.

The chiseled head imparts to the Boxer a unique individual stamp. It must be in correct proportion to the body. The broad, blunt muzzle is the distinctive feature, and great value is placed upon its being of proper form and balance with the skull.

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The ancestors of the boxer were the German Bullenbeisser, a dog of Mastiff descent, and the English Bulldog. The Bullenbeisser had been working as a hunting dog for centuries, employed in the pursuit of bear, wild boar, and deer. Its task was to seize the prey and hold it until the hunters arrived. In later years, faster dogs were favored and the Bullenbeisser grew smaller and was then called the Brabanter.

In the late 19th century, the Brabanter was crossed with an English Bulldog to start the line that would become the modern Boxer. In 1894, three Germans by the name of Roberth, Konig, and Hopner decided to stabilize the breed and put it on exhibition at a dog show. This was done in Munich in 1895, and the next year they founded the first Boxer Club.

The Boxer was introduced to other parts of Europe in the late 1800s and to the Unite States around the turn of the century. The American Kennel Club (AKC) recognized the first Boxer champion in 1915.

During World War I, the Boxer was co-opted for military work, acting as a valuable messenger dog, pack-carrier, attack dog, and guard dog.

It was not until after World War II that the Boxer became popular around the world. Boxer mascots, taken home by returning soldiers, introduced the dog to a much wider audience and it soon became a favorite as a companion animal, as a show dog, and as a guard dog.

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