Hey there everybody! I have a lot of downtime at work and usually read on guitar amplifier forums and automotive forums...but today it struck me: there has to be a Boxer forum!
Well good for you & yes like Tootsie said, they do steal your hearts...Very easily. It's funny, I've been looking for a breeder somewhat local to get a puppy & I came across one that is hyping a so called black boxer, very rare that they are going to start using for stud. Grrrrrr...It's quite obvious that is not a reputable breeder or they would know better..firebird1999us\";p=\"1923 said:[
She could be orange for all I care though and I would still love her just the same :wink:
The one thing I try to do when talking to someone is to educate...Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. To not try is hurting our breed. Here's an example..I was walking the other morning & one of my neighbors was driving by, they stopped, got out of their truck carrying a puppy, as they got closer I realized it was a boxer...Big sigh, I love puppies...Anyways, we were talking & the husband asked if Samson stayed inside, well we live in Alabama & it gets darned cold in the winter & miserable in the summer, so my answer is pretty obvious, right? I told him of course, boxers are inside pets, their short coats are not enuf protection agaainst the cold & their short noses make them susceptible to weather extremes..I got the feeling it went in one ear & out the other......Then the wife said something about Moe (the puppy) getting into everything when they left, that he was even climbing over the baby gate they had put up!!!! Omg...I recomended a crate & the reasons why...Serendipity\";p=\"2059 said:I'm not trying to lecture, but the most important thing for us as boxer owners is to be as educated as possible, and promote the breed appropriately for the sake of maintaining the breed. I've heard a lot of people make comments about my "brindle" having pit in her because they've never heard of a brindle boxer, and only pits are brindle.