Fawn Boxer – Fun Facts About A Fabulous Pattern

Fawn Boxer – Fun Facts About A Fabulous Pattern

1. Fawn Boxers are known as “The Most Popular Puppy Breed” in the World.

They have been popular since ancient times and they still remain popular today.

2. Fawn boxers are a medium sized breed with a weight between 45 – 55 pounds (20 – 25 kg).

3. Fawn boxers come in many different colors including black, brown, chocolate, gray, red and white.

4. The average life span of a fawn boxer is 10 years but some live longer than 15 years.

Some even live 20+ years!

5. Fawn boxers have very long legs which allows them to run at high speeds up to 30 miles per hour (48 km/h) for short periods of time!

6. The ears of a fawn boxer are usually pointed while those of other breeds tend to be flat.

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7. Female fawn boxers produce one litter every two years whereas male boxes only do it once every three years.

8. Fawn Boxers are not as intelligent as other dogs but they make up for their lack of intelligence with energy and enthusiasm!

They love to play, chase squirrels, dig holes and eat bugs like all puppies should!

9. Fawn boxers have the highest energy level of all dog breeds and they are a lot of fun!

10. Fawn boxers have an extremely good sense of smell, better even than German Shepherds or Bloodhounds.

Fawn boxer puppies are very popular and there are a lot of people looking to buy them. The problem is that there just aren’t enough good quality fawn boxer breeders out there. There are a lot of scammers and disreputable people looking to make an easy buck by selling poorly bred dogs with health problems to unsuspecting customers. They often sell sick, genetically inferior puppies. This is why it is very important to buy from a good breeder whenever possible.

Reputable fawn boxer breeders will be able to tell you everything you could ever want to know about the breed. They should ask you a lot of questions as well. This ensures that they will place each puppy in the best possible home. Good breeders genuinely care about the dogs that they produce and the families who buy them.

People who are looking to buy fawn boxer puppies should always do their research before buying. Take a look online and see what other people are saying about different breeders. A quick internet search will turn up a lot of information about them. Ask for recommendations from friends, family or coworkers who have bought dogs before. If possible, visit the breeder and see where their dogs live and play.

Are they clean and well maintained? Do the dogs look happy and playful?

Do not be afraid to ask the breeder questions.

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