Aww gezze ... all I can say is ... "LOL!"Oh my good ness that sounds like a lot going on but oh so fun.lol They sound wonderful though and very happy. You have a doggy guilt trip and a human guilt trip there is no win. Haha. I can't wait to witness the boxer antics. I have a pitbull and they are big gooffballs as well. I will try to pick my pup the best I can but I have to admit Everytime I see "dots"(that's what they call her) picture I fall more in love.
That's not true. The part you said "you will never get a white puppy if both parents are plain". I have been breeding boxers for 5 years and have had AT LEAST one white puppy in each litter. 2-3 litters a year. None of then have any blind or deafness. I have a standard fawn male, a flashy brindle male, and two fawn females with white markings, but not flashy. My current litter is out of the standard fawn male and one of my low white markings female, and they have had white puppies in previous litters, but this litter there is 6. I was always told that both parents have to carry the gene to produce white. So this is just my experience.You gotta tone down all those quotations chip , lol
There is no white gene. Boxers come in fawn or brindle. The white is excessive flash that covers most of, if not all the body. To get a white puppy you need two flashy parents or a flashy parent to a white parent or two white parents. You will never get a white puppy as long as one parent is plain.
Breeding a white parent is very taboo. I would personally look for a breeder who focuses on health testing, raising their puppies within the home and an added bonus is work the breed or do conformation. You can also ask if they do any temperament testing and be up front and honest with what you are looking for. That way the breeder can place the appropriate puppy with you that is best suited to your needs.