Boxer Dog Facts Dogs 101


Intelligent, high-energy, playful, loyal … just
a few words that accurately describe the Boxer. They were one of the first breeds employed
as a police dog, and have been used as seeing-eye dogs. But they are perhaps best known for being
loyal family pets that are especially fond of children. These are just a few of the many cool Boxer
Dog Facts. Hello, welcome to Animal Facts, today we discuss
the the athletic and alert canine companion, the Boxer, but before we get started take
a moment to subscribe for more fun fauna facts. If you like this video, hit that like button,
if you don’t like it, there’s that other button. Let’s Get Started. 10. Boxers are descendants of extinct bullenbaiser
breeds crossed with mastiff, bulldog and possibly Great Dane and even a terrier. They were developed in Germany in the 19th
century, initially as bull baiting dogs and later as butcher’s helpers, controlling cattle
in slaughterhouses. Some breed historians say boxers are named
from the German word boxl, their slaughterhouse designation. Other fanciers contend the name boxer comes
from the characteristic way that they use their forepaws to play, sparring much like
a human boxer. Which one do you think it is? Let us know in the comments below. 9. While a member of the working group, the Boxer
can and will herd. In 2012, the AKC changed the rules and added
Boxers to the list of breeds eligible for herding titles. According the American Boxer Club, In 2010,
one Boxer surprisingly bemused Border Collie handlers with her calm, focused attention
on the stock! They also excel at obedience, agility and
tracking. In fact, 16 Boxers have earned a Versatile
Companion Dog Title. 8. According to the American Kennel Club, The
Boxer was one of the first breeds used for in Germany for police training. It makes sense, considering the breed was
developed there for intelligence, courage and workability. 7. All White Boxers Are Deaf. This is a myth, according to the Boxer Aid
& Rescue Coalition Inc., as only 12 to 14 percent of white Boxers are deaf due to lack
of pigmentation of the hair cells in the ear. They are undesirable in-show dogs, however,
because the AKC does not permit a dog with white covering more than one third of its
body in the conformation ring. The Coalition adds that no one should breed
white Boxers, however, due to their higher deafness rate. 6. Since the 1940’s, when the Boxer rose to
popularity due to its consistent success in the show rings, it has been one of the America’s
top breeds. In 2015, they were the 10th most popular breed
in terms of AKC registration numbers. Boxers gained popularity in the United States
when soldiers returning from World War II brought the breed back with them. Boxers soon became a favorite companion animal,
show dog and guard dog. 5. They seem to be popular in Hollywood as well. According to the Boxer Daily, there are a
ton of celebrities with pet boxers. Some include: Hugh Jackman, Cameron Diaz,
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jessica Biel, Justin Timberlake, Luke Perry, Ryan Reynolds, and
Chelsea Handler. 4. Boxers are known for their unusual head shape. According to the breed standard, their snouts
are meant to be half the length of their skull. This, coupled with an undershot jaw and strong
teeth, helped boxers bite and hold on to their prey. Boxers were bred to be able to clutch animals
in their mouths until their owners arrived, while their short snouts allowed them to breathe
all the while. 3. The record for “Longest Tongue on a Dog,”
belonged to a boxer named Brandy. The record-breaking tongue spanned an impressive
43 centimeters (17 inches). For comparison, the longest human tongue ever
measured was only 10.1 centimeters. The Gene Simmons of dogs lived in Michigan
with her owner, John, until she passed away in 2002. 2. These dogs suffer from some serious Peter
Pan syndrome. It takes boxers about three years to reach
maturity, making their puppyhoods one of the longest in the dog world. But, who’s in a hurry? As puppies and young adults, Boxers are animated,
playful, goofy dogs who love to romp and jump. Middle-aged Boxers typically become more deliberate
and dignified and make calm, loyal companions for the rest of their lives. They have an average lifespan of 10-12 years. 1. Even though they are high-energy, boxers are
not outdoor dogs. Their short snouts make it difficult to distribute
heat in the summer, and their short fur isn’t suitable to keep them warm in winter weather. Boxers are known to snore loudly. They also drool a lot. And like most short-muzzled dogs tend to be
a bit gassy, due to gulping air when they eat. [Fart sound] Ewwww… he tooted. Well, there ya have it, Boxer Dogs 101. Are there any Boxer Dog Facts we missed? Let us know your favorite facts in the comments
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100 thoughts on “Boxer Dog Facts Dogs 101

  1. The boxer is the best dog in the world. His little wiggle wiggle when he's happy to see you. My Winston is the cutest smartest funniest boxer baby boy in the world

  2. I said good-bye to my Boxer buddy Boris on 9-11-17. I miss him everyday. But I like to think his lasting legacy was introducing me to Boxers as a breed and opening the door for always wanting to adopt a rescue Boxer. We have one now, Sydney, but I'm still looking.

  3. Me and Baloo lived for four years 300 kms above the polar circle and with a coat on him there was no problems. We, hiked, went snowmobiling, all sorts of skiing etc etc
    Boxers was also the first dog to be in a military parachute unit. Most likely german (facts from a aviation museum in sweden).

  4. My parents once owned a big boxer. His name was Viktor and he was 66 cm/26in tall at the shoulders with 42kg/92,6lb. He was a good Boy but sadly passed away aged 4 due to leishmaniasis. 😥

  5. I had a Boxer growing up. He definitely would clear a room with his farts. And he loved chasing deer and rabbits.

  6. I had my boxer for 11 lovely years, then on the 10th of June, it was time for her to go to puppy heaven, part of me died with her on that day but boxers are no doubt a wonderful breed.

  7. I got my pup boxer i week ago shes about 6-7 weeks and shes the most cutest little goofball she makes the cutest yawns

  8. You were doing good. Then you ruined it the way so many others do; with that stupid phrase "Before we begin be sure to like and subscribe.." I have to watch the video before I know if I like it, nitwit! It's like buying a house because you liked the way it looked in the newspaper. That's why I stop the video right then and hit dislike.

  9. mix it with the American Bulldog and you have the best baby sitter ever made , find the dog and you'll find the kid .

  10. here's one. if there a boxer in the room EVERYONE will receive kisses wanted or not. there's never a shortage of love and kisses with boxer in the room.

  11. My pup is 40% Boxer, 40% Walker Coonhound and the last 20% is a blend of pit bull, etc…
    At 6 months old he is pushing 60 pounds and is all muscle. Sounds good, but, he thinks he is a 2lbs lap dog.
    I’m resting my iPad on him as I type this…😂 if you sit down he will find his way into your lap.

  12. Our boxer was 18 when we had to let her go. The vet had to re-register her to put her down as they thought she had gone years before.

  13. I love the boxer breed I’ve always had one they keep me sane in the pic was my homer who passed after loosing his best friend who is the other in the pic

  14. Fact , boxers loves the couch, mine sneaks at my couch in the mddle of the night for a nap and is back on his bed by 5 am

  15. Most is true that they say.however breeding them for a while,I do disagree with some things they claim.they are the most loyal I have seen,however some are more aggressive than others.once this trait was shown,that dog wasn't used to breed.some can be difficult to be around other dogs,also undesirable trait

  16. in my house, we call the flaps of skin on the side of the dog's snout "flabs"
    my boxer's name is abby.
    so we call her abby flabby

  17. Спасибо я плачу. Недавно похоронили нашу девочку боксера.

  18. Boxers are the BEST dogs…we own them since 20years (#3 moved in may this year,now 5months old) and we never want to get another dog.

  19. You have to be mad to own a Boxer because they are mad. My family had boxers all of my life, I am now on my 3rd she is the granddaughter to my 2nd Boxer, my mother had her mother. Layla has a very bad heart murmur, she is now coming up to 10 but is definitely going down hill, so so so so sad. I am not looking forward to making the inevitable decision as my first 2 Boxers had to be put to sleep on the same day, same time. To say it broke my heart is an understatement. THEY ARE THE BEST BEST BREED OF DOGS EVER.

  20. Had 5 Boxers, none of them drooled because I never ever fed them table scraps while I was eating. I would give them healthy scraps a hour after I left the table.

  21. number 1 bread we have two of them kind with kids en kind with another animals we will never have a nother bread. Boxer rules

  22. I love boxers!! They are so goofy and cute but they retaliate when you leave them home alone too often it's been really hard to train my new puppy she's even more work than my boy boxer was we are gonna breed them❤

  23. I have 3 boxers 2 fawn and black in there face and one white with one black eyebrow that's funny look they are the best dog's and I treat mine like they are my children i even tuck them in at night and they love it they stay covered up as if they know what I'm doing lol

  24. watching any videos of Boxer Dogs 🐕 i start talking inn a Baby action Like who is a pretty Boxer yeah you're a pretty Boxer Dougie

  25. My girl, Keira is a boxer/pit/labrador mix who has the classic boxer build, but the bigger labrador size, and with the pit face. She's a Beauty, and she does act like the classic boxer. She will not fetch, she will turn her back and ignore what she does not like, and she is a total wiggle pup when she gets happy.

  26. I have a boxer he's 10 months old his name is channel man that is one of the best dogs I have ever had I had a bulldog beforehand cost me $3,000.00 compared to my boxer my boxer is beautiful loyal and man playful anything and everything you want in a dog is in a boxer believe me they're beautiful dogs

  27. I've owned 4 boxers now & none of them have drooled. When they drink, their chops drip water for a while if you don't wipe them off, but that's not drooling.

  28. I have to boxer/German shepherds. They are soo loyal,intelligent, and goofy😂 they sleep like humans, with a pillow and a blanket, all layed out hogging the bed🤦🏽‍♀️ and last but not least, they need butt rubs😂 they always bend around so their face and their butt is in your face at the same time

  29. My boxer is white and she has two different colored eyes….. she’s deaf when they have two colored eyes what dies that mean?

  30. I had a white boxer for nine years n he had two litters n all the dogs were fine and we even got 3 out of 11 white boxers who were all fine and not deaf??

  31. I've had 2 male and 1 female. I only say that because they (Boxers) are the only breed I've ever owned.

    The female could definitely clear the room, if you know what I mean. The look on her face when she passed gas was priceless. She'd look up like … whats your problem? She was much more aloof and independent than the 2 boys.

    The boys tended to be more "needier" … like shadows. All of them … spoiled rotten!

    Boxers do get a little leaky when they get older so put blankets down or sheets to protect the area. Three of the saddest days of my entire life. Man, can't really put into words how much they meant to me.

  32. My first boxer was named Brandy!! Now I am on my 4th boxer. My last one who died last August was 105 on of pure fuckin muscle and love

  33. Had a boxer growing up named Kojack… I was his favorite person in the family, and never once growled or snarled at me.

    He died a few years ago. 100% the first dog I will adopt will be a boxer. Awesome video!

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