Jetta is now 19 weeks old...she is only 28.6 lbs...that's pretty small for 19 weeks isn't it?
That does have to do with size. But I've never heard anyone call their boxer an english, american or german boxer. Just a boxer... some one might say that their bloodline is german and that's why they have a bigger build or squishier face. I know there are three bloodlines if I remember reading correctly... UK boxers, American and then German. Though Only American and German boxer bloodlines are ever discussed. Not sure if there isn't enough of a difference to the UK boxer bloodline. Boxer's aren't like "English" Bulldogs or an "English" Mastiff... "American" Bulldog. They're just boxers... either they R-E-A-L-L-Y know what they are talking about or they don't have a clue and they meant they have an "English" Bulldog or something. Like those people with "mini boxers".zuesesmom\";p=\"57733 said:I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of there being an english boxer and a german boxer? About a month ago we had taken Zeus to our boys football practice and one of the other parents were telling us they had an english boxer. I've never heard of such a thing. Have any of you? Maybe that is the difference in the sizes too.