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Reputable breeders will not have "sealed brindles". It is believed that something else has been added to the breed to get a solid black boxer.

Now a reverse is a different story :)
 

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very interesting,now ive seen some pretty dark reverse brindles though. I will have to him know.
Thx :dance:
 

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i have one

Extreme reverse brindle with very few specles of brown. With papers. Yes, they do exist although have never heard of "sealed boxers".
 

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Thats what zoe is. her brown markings are starting to come out more on her shoulders. She got all kids of attention this weekend when we went camping.
 

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That's what I been trying to get Info on. I have owned a fawn in the past and just picked up a Black boxer pup. All characteristics point towards boxer and mom and dad were on premises.... Can you guys look at my thread I posted about week and a half and give me some feed back... On pics I posted ... It would be much appreciated
 

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looks like she's all boxer. I wouldn't worry about it, everyone said at my Zoe wasn't a boxer till they seen the pics of her. Your dogs brown markings will eventually come out as she gets older.
 

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We got a sealed brindle from a reputable breeder in Colorado. They explained to me that there is not a true black boxer... You can see her recessive coat color (fawn) in the sun light. She is AKC registered but limited AKC registration. I know they sometimes have a waiting list but it was well worth the wait. KLOUD 9 BOXERS .
Good luck :)
 

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I really don't think Kloud 9 is a responsible breeder. I haven't found any health testing and most of their dogs don't seem exceptionally well to standard. Also, when one's name is "Daddy" it's a giant red flag to me.
 

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This thread is a little on the older side, but since a breeder has been recommended I wanted to chime in. I checked out their website, but didn't see any mention of health testing. Nor does it appear that they're involved in conformation or working with their boxeres. I personally would not purchase a puppy from a breeder unless they do health testing (heart, hips, etc) before breeding. It just doesn't look like this breeder does.
 
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