Bolloxer, Bull Boxer
Caring for a Bulloxer
Feeding: Bulloxers are big dogs and require lots of food.
Living with a Bulloxer
Family Dog: Bulloxers make great family pets. They are very friendly and love other dogs and children.
Shedding: Bulloxers are considered low shedders.
Training: Bulloxers are intelligent dogs and take to training fairly well.
Barking: Bulloxers bark when they are excited or when a stranger comes near.
Exercise: Bulloxers should have daily exercise.
Living Conditions: Bulloxers can live in an apartment provide they are taken on daily walks or have plenty of daily exercise.
Appearance: Bulloxers have a Boxer body with Bulldog muscles.
Size: Bulloxers can be over 70 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: Bulloxers make great companions.
Muzzle: The Bulloxer has a short muzzle.
Teeth/Bite: The Bulloxer can have an underbite.
Color: Bulloxers can have a brown & white coat.
Coat: Bulloxers have a short coat.
Characteristics: Bulloxers are very friendly and social dogs.
Allergies: There are no known allergies associated with the Bulloxer at this time.
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