THE GERMAN BOXER

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Origin of the German Boxer

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1880 - The Boxer (Deutscher Boxer) was born in Germany from the mating of a Bullenbeisser (now defunct) and an English Bulldog.

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1895 - The Schecken female covered by a white English Bulldog, gave birth to Mühlbauer's Flocki the first Boxer recorded in the German studbook LOD in 1904.

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the First Boxer born February 26, 1895

Mühlbauer's Flocki

Pedigree PDF

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The white boxers heirs to Meta Von der Passage.

Mülbauer's Flocki's niece, Meta, is still considered to be

the mother of the Boxer breed.

Small, quite stocky and strong, she still had a lot of Bulldog blood

and was white in color.

She had a large and homogeneous offspring and fathered many champions.

EVE of all Boxer

Meta von der Passage

Pedigree PDF

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March 29, 1896 - the first Boxer club (Deutscher Boxer Club) in Munich.

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Several dogs were white in color, others were white with brindle or fawn markings, others were black.

The standard of the German Boxer

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Region.

Germany

Cut.

Male: 57 to 64 cm

Female: 53 to 63 cm

Weight.

Male: 30 to 37 kg

Female: 25 to 30 kg

Hair.

Short, hard, shiny, tight.

Dress.

Fawn, brindle or white, white markings, and or black mask.

Head.

Well proportioned, broad and short muzzle.

Eyes.

Dark, neither too small nor globular.

Ears.

Tied high, applied against the cheek at rest.

Tail.

Tied high, left natural.

Jaw .

Prognathous.

Character.

Very energetic, balanced, courageous, vigilant, playful, intelligent, friendly.