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Boxmatian Breed Information

Boxmatian

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Boxermatian
   
Mispellings: Boxemation, Boxermation, Boxmation
   
 

Living with a Boxmatian

Personality: The Boxmation is a clown. They are funny, clever, very loving, tolerant dogs.

Family Dog: The Boxmation makes a great family pet and is excellent with children and other pets.

Shedding: The Boxmation sheds year round.

Grooming: The Boxmation should be brushed twice a week to help cut down on shedding.

Training: The Boxmation is an intelligent dog who need a challange. They are relatively easy to train using positive reinforcement techniques.

Behavior: The Boxmation is a willing, lovable dog who loves to play, run and swim.

Barking: The Boxmation does tend to bark at strangers and when people approach the house.

Weather: The Boxmation does best in hot climates as they cannot tolerate the cold and require a jacket when out in the cold weather. Bronchial problems including pneumonia are common if they get chilled.

Exercise: The Boxmation is a high energy dog who requires lots of daily exercise.

Physical Ability: The Boxmation is quick and loves a challenge.

Living Conditions: The Boxmation does fine in a house or apartment.

Boxmatian Appearance

Appearance: The Boxmatian is a well conditioned middle weight athlete. They are powerful dogs with an alert and intelligent expressions. Some Boxmatians white with black spots on the body and light brown spots along the back and ears while others are solid colored. They are poised, active, and free of shyness. This breed is symmetrical in outline, without exaggeration or courseness. They have a deeper chest with a slim waist, long tail and uncropped ears.

Size: The Boxmation is between 50 to 90 pounds with a height of 19 to 25 inches tall when fully grown.

Head: The head of the Boxmation is strong through the forehead.

Muzzle: The Boxmation has a straight, short muzzle.

Teeth/Bite: The Boxmation does not have an underbite.

Body: The Boxmation is a very strong dog.

Gait: The Boxmation has a typical Boxer "Rocking Horse" gait.

Tail: The Boxmation has a long tail.

Color: The coat of the Boxmation can be solid black with a spotted white belly.

Coat: The Boxmation has a short coat.

Boxmatian Facts

Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Boxmation is 10 to 12 years.

Characteristics: The Boxmation has a quirky sense of humour and love to make you laugh.

Boxmatian Health

Allergies: The Boxmation may have corn and grain allergies.

Health: The Boxmation may be prone to thyriod issues and cysts when older. Like most deep chested dog, they have a tendency towards lung issues.

Skin Health: The Boxmation may have issues with dry skin in the cold weather.

Dental Health: The Boxmation typically has good dental health.

Boxmatian History

History: The Boxmation was originally bred as a companion dog.


* 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.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.


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