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Featured Puppy: Boxer

Boxers were created in Germany during the 1800s to use in dog fighting. They were also used to track, catch and hold down larger game until the hunter caught up with them. They are so named due to their ability to balance on their back legs and make batting movements at their rivals, looking as if they are boxing with their front paws. Their popularity grew during the latter 1930s after they were imported to the U.S. following World War I.

Boxers are well-trained canine athletes as well as very powerful. They wear an alert and intelligent expression. Instinctive guard dogs, Boxers also really love to be a part of his family. It is that personality that has led them to be successful messengers in the war as well as seeing-eye guide dogs. These brindle or fawn colored dogs are on the list of AKC’s most popular U.S. dogs, and with good reason.

One of the Boxers most outstanding traits is their craving for the affection of their humans. They particularly love children. In fact, these dogs are very spirited and patient when it comes to children, but they are also protective.

Boxer Puppies for Sale
Boxer

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Recent Boxer Puppies for Sale

Boxer

Abbie

Boxer

$1,300.00

Boxer

Maximus

Boxer

$1,300.00

Boxer

Mya

Boxer

$1,300.00

Boxer

Brutus

Boxer

$1,400.00

Boxer

Spotel

Boxer

$500.00

Boxer

Shadow-Mountain Boxers

Boxer

$2,000.00

Boxer

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Boxer

$1,500.00

Welcome to K9Stud.com! We are the top online resource when you are in the market to sell or buy purebred puppies. K9Stud offers people that love dogs a comprehensive catalog of any breed of dog that they are trying to find. We have a wide assortment of various dog breeds as well as origins. These range from the tiniest teacup puppies to dogs large enough to put their front paws on your shoulders.

In addition, K9Stud also offers hypoallergenic dogs as well as rescue dogs to be adopted by loving owners. Once you have decided to add a precious dog to your family, the next decision that you need to make is whether you want your new dog to be a puppy or an adult.

If you happen to be an active person and love a high-energy dog, a puppy is a great idea. Puppies are so cute and so much fun that they can capture your heart quite easily. Not only do you have a new canine baby to love, but you also get to take part in getting them off to a great start in life through their training and development. Just remember that there are other aspects besides being cute and loveable when you take on the responsibility of caring for a puppy.

You cannot leave a puppy alone for very long at a time. They also need lots of socialization so that they will be comfortable around other people as well as plenty of exercise so that they can use up some of the excess energy that young dogs have. As the owner of a puppy, you will need to be on standby for their frequent trips outside as well as their numerous meals throughout the day. It is vital that you make behavioral and obedience training available to your puppy so that they will not cultivate negative habits like digging or chewing up things.

On the other hand, puppies are ideal for those dog owners that already have pets in their homes. These owners will want a pet that gets along well with their other pets. There are many dog breeds that fit this bill perfectly. Just remember that a puppy will need lots of patience as well as your time, but your new puppy will reward you many times over for your love and attention.

An older dog also requires time but probably not as much patience because the hard parts of owning a pet have usually been taken care of by someone else. There will be less training involved and your new canine family member will come to you with the main need of being loved and cared for.

Whether you decide to invite a puppy or an older dog into your home and your heart, it is not a decision that you will ever regret.