Jewel is a female brindle with white markings Boxer puppy.
She was born on May 3, 2013, so she's 6 weeks old now.
Meet Jewel! Jewel is a playful, little gal that is super friendly. She can't wait to meet you. She just knows you'll love her as much as she will... [read more]
"New Hampshire, here I come!"
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The Boxer is not an old breed. After all, it was only during the 1850s that the first Boxer came to be, specifically from the union of a Bulldog and a German Bullenbeisser. Given that the Boxer stems from a lineage of dogs commonly used for fighting, it is no longer surprising that the breed was used originally for bull baiting as an alternative to actual Bulldogs. After a few decades, the Boxer had a new role: it became a companion to soldiers. Being both reliable and athletic, such a dog was made to deliver messages and supplies during missions. Indeed, the Boxer is truly respectable.
The Boxer is synonymous with power. In fact, such a pooch boasts a medium-sized frame that is adorned by muscles, which becomes even more prominent due to its skin’s sheer tightness. In relation to this, they can be classified into two different variants based on coat appearance, namely brindle and yellowish tan. As for its facial features, the Boxer has a muzzle that is best described as rounded and broad. Without a doubt, the abovementioned dog breed is a must-pick if you would like to have a canine companion with a simple athletic look.
It cannot be denied that the Boxer is more than willing to have fun with those around it. Aside from this, such a dog is known to have boundless loyalty. What makes Boxers truly unique though, is that they never truly “grow” into adulthood. To explain, unlike most other dogs that change their temperament considerably as they age, the Boxer retains the playfulness of a pup no matter how old it gets. It is probably for this very reason that they are considered to be highly sociable with other pets, especially if it is given enough training during its younger years.
You probably already know that the Boxer excels as a family dog. After all, they have the energy to entertain as well as the enthusiasm to protect. To put it simply, if you are looking for a canine companion that would definitely be able to guard your home from intruders, then getting a Boxer would be an excellent course of action. As a matter of fact, if you also spend time outdoors, you would be satisfied with having such a dog by your side. With its impressive frame and its keen senses, the Boxer makes for a top-notch partner when exploring nature or hunting for game.