Set of illustrations of the Boxer in seated and standing positions viewed from the side profile

With bold features that include a stark underbite and broad, muscular shoulders, the Boxer is a popular member of the working group of dogs. A result of the crossing between two extinct dog breeds—the Old English Bulldog and the Bullenbeisser—, the Boxer was bred to be a strong, German guard dog with a powerful bite. Balanced out by their lively, playful, and patient demeanor, the Boxer is a popular choice among families, especially those with small children. That being said, it is critical, as with any dog, to ensure that your Boxer is properly socialized from early puppyhood to ensure that it is well acclimated later in life.

Assorted elevation drawings of the Boxer dog breed in a range of positions including lying down, standing and sitting

Male Boxers have a withers height between 23”-25” (58-64 cm) and a weight in the range of 65-80 lb (29.5-36.3 kg). Female Boxers have a withers height between 21.5”-23.5” (55-59.7 cm) and a weight in the range of 50-65 lb (22.7-29.5 kg). The Boxer has an overall body length of roughly 30”-35” (76-89 cm), standing height of 28.5”-33" (72-84 cm), and a typical lifespan of 10-12 years.


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28.5”-33" | 72-84 cm
30”-35” | 76-89 cm
Withers Height:
21.5”-25” | 55-64 cm
50-80 lb | 22.7-36.3 kg

Coat Color: Fawn and brindle

Temperament: Alert, dignified, self-assured, playful, patient, wary with strangers

Breed Size:
10-12 years


Drawings include:

Boxer side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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