||Boweimer, Bowiemer, Boxwiemnar, Boxeimer
Living with a Boweimar
Family Dog: The Boweimar makes a good family dog.
Shedding: The Boweimar is a low to average shedder.
Grooming: The short coat of the Boweimar means a weekly or bi-weekly brushing should do.
Behavior: The Boweimar likes to eat anything and everything including things out of trash cans so it is advised to hide those cans. They can also be extremely prone to seperation anxiety.
Barking: Without proper training, the Boweimar can and will bark any time they are left alone. They can bark and whine for hours without interuption.
Exercise: The Boweimar is a high activity dog that requires lots of walks and daily excercise.
Appearance: Most Boweimars are black with some of the white spot that is characteristic of the Boxer.
Companionship: The Boweimar makes a great companion dog although they need your constant attention.
Eyes: The eyes of the Boweimar are brown in color.
Muzzle: The Boweimar may have a muzzle that is longer like the Weimeraner's not short like the Boxer's.
Body: The body of the Boweimar can be tall and slender closely resembling their Weimaraner parent's.
Feet: The feet of the Boweimar may be webbed.
Color: The coat of the Boweimar can be black, brown and white in color.
Coat: The Boweimar has a short coat.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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