a dog wit a short snout, floppy ( which can sometimes be changed), and short tails. BIG DOGS If you still dont understand go to WWW.LutonBoxers.com to see some .
because boxer dogs use their front paws to punch pray or strangers or mostly dogs and boxers the fighting games people punch with their hands
Boxer dogs were originally bred to bite your testicals off ok boxers were not originally bred for biting testicals off they were bred for hunnting and showing who ever the p…ut that stupid answer well i dont tknow what to say well do your reading before you try to be smart Um... I have a white boxer myself, along with a dog book called "Dog Lover's Companion" with editor Paul McGreevy, Copyright 2004. In the section where it talks about Boxers, it says this (And I'm quoting straight from the text): "Developed in Germany from Mastiff-type dogs, the Boxer was originally used in bull-baiting and eventually crossed with the Bulldog to improve the ability. It was little known outside its country of origin until after World War II, when returning U.S. soldiers took some home." I hope this helps from other answers. You'll find that in most dog breeds, they were bred for some purpose such as hunting or keeping watch to help with people's every day lives.
According to the "Animal Advocate" William Cusick: "The primary food sources in the Boxer's native environment were whole oat, rye, pork, and poultry. I recommend a bl…end of these food sources as an ideal diet because they are high in fats, fiber, and trace minerals. Conversely, the worst blend would consist of fish, soy, rice, beet pulp and horse meat or its by-products." I personally also add: goat milk and goat yogurt, organic cultured cottage cheese (Nancy's) with chia seeds and/or ground flaxseed, pureed pumpkin, egg ground with eggshells, nutritional yeast, oyster shell, sea kelp, and lentils.
Yes, I think so, I mean they're big and scary so yeah, I think so. Dogs can be used for many purposes, but Boxers tend to make excellent watchdogs. I know this from both ownin…g a white Boxer myself and in reference to a book called "Dog Lover's Companion" copyright 2004, with head editor Paul McGreevy. It says in that text that, along with being a good watchdog, they were used in bull-baiting.
I'm not really sure but I've seen rottweilers with them... actually the German shepherd is the boxers companion
Boxers are not among the more intelligent breeds.
You don't they grow until there about 9months to 1 1/2 years old
well no, it depends if you raise it to be vicious. but they are usually really sweet dogs
No dog in the world has "locking jaws" They would have to be a totally diffrent species in order to have locking jaws. If a dog doesn't want to let go, it doesn't have to, tha…t doesn't mean its jaws lock.
3 years old
go to a breeder that specalized in that breed, or go to the shelter and look for one. there also might be something like the boxer rescue club or something like tht
They can be if you train them the right way.
Boxers are known to get along well with small children, smaller dogs and cats. They may not get along as well with large dogs, however. The more they are socialized, preferabl…y as a puppy, to these other types of beings, the better they will get along, generally..