Living with a Boxmas
Family Dog: The Boxmas is excellent with other dogs and cats. They are also great with family or any children, however they don't like visitors on their territory.
Shedding: The coat of the Boxmas sheds alot and has lots of dander and is prone to the 'doggie' smell.
Grooming: The Boxmas requires monthly baths.
Training: The Boxmas learn new tricks fairly quickly other tasks can prove to be more difficult.
Behavior: The Boxmas is a very affectionate dog who can be overprotective of their home and property. Yhey love toys and balls but have a tendency to destroy them all.
Barking: The Boxmas is fairly quiet outside.
Weather: The Boxmas doesn't like the cold.
Exercise: The Boxmas needs a yard and shouldn't be over-exercised.
Appearance: The Boxmas is a very large, lean, muscular and intimidating dog.
Size: The Boxmas weighs between 70 to 100 or more when fully grown.
Companionship: The Boxmas loves families but make great dog for one owner as well. They are very loyal dogs who love affection.
Body: The body of the Boxmas is lean, strong and muscular.
Feet: The Boxmas has large paws and likes to box and jump when excited.
Color: The coat of the Boxmas is red, white and dark brown.
Coat: The Boxmas has a medium length coat.
Characteristics: The Boxmas is a very good guard dog who likes walks but can get depressed easily.
Bone Health: The Boxmas can become very skinny and be prone to hip displacia if over exercised.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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