Boxer Breeders Chagrin Falls OH

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Old English Sheepdog Club of America
(989) 643-5671
901 Chagrin River Rd
Gates Mills, OH
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Old English Sheepdog

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Kerrybrook Labradors
(216) 849-9035
14686 Gar Hwy
Chardon, OH
Breeds
Labrador Retriever

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Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America
(763) 536-7710
3880 E 364th St
Willoughby, OH
Breeds
Welsh Corgi, Cardigan

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Old English Sheepdog Club of America
(989) 643-5671
901 Chagrin River Rd
Gates Mills, OH
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Old English Sheepdog

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Dunnford Boxers
(513) 706-4209
Loveland, OH
Breeds
Deutscher Boxer
Certifications
AKC Certified

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Germinale de la Brise
(440) 286-7431
9573 Mentor Rd
Chardon, OH
Breeds
Great Pyrenees

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EsquireCaucasians
(440) 286-2374
PO Box 227
Chardon, OH
Breeds
Caucasian Ovcharka

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Ammardan Kennels
(440) 548-2698
12408 Nelson Parkman Rd
Garrettsville, OH
Breeds
Whippet

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John Moore
(740) 439-1966
125 Gomber Ave
Cambridge, OH
Breeds
Bull Terrier

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Appleridge Kennels
(423) 476-8700
5560 Georgetown Rd NW
Cleveland, OH
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German Shepherd Dog

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Boxer - Guide to Boxers

Boxer Description: Late in the 19th Century in Germany, a mastiff-type dog known as the Brabanter Bullenbeisser was crossed with the British Bulldog, and the Boxer was created. It was primarily a security, guard, and work dog. Early breeders tried unsuccessfully to create an all-black dog and settled on the fawn and brindle colors commonly seen today. The Boxer gained popularity in North America after World War I when returning servicemen brought back Boxers with them; by the second World War, the breed was established and well-favored as a family protector and friend. The energetic Boxer needs daily outdoor exercise.

Height: The height for a Boxer is between 21 - 25" (53.3 - 63.5cm)

Weight: The weight for a Boxer is between 66 - 70 lbs (29.5 - 31.2 kg)

Coat Type: The Boxer's flat, close-lying coat is short and lustrous, with acceptable colors being fawn and brindle. White markings must not exceed more than one-third of the dog. A weekly rub-down keeps the Boxer's coat looking sleek and healthy.

Temperament: The most important characteristics of the Boxer are his alertness and self-confidence. However, he is also a playful dog, although gentle and patient with children. The Boxer is fiercely loyal, intelligent and easily disciplined; he is cautious with strangers but responds quickly to friendly invitations. These qualities make the Boxer a well-loved family guardian and pet.

Health Problems: Health concerns which may affect the Boxer include...

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