Selection and breeding of the Boxer
"The most important thing for us is that people who buy our dogs can enjoy them as one of the family, so we take care of the bloodlines and pedigree of our puppies offering the best guarantees ".
Among the characteristic physical features of the boxer are a strong head, prognathic lower jaw, whose jaw pressure is generally 122 kg per square centimeter, muzzle with a characteristic black mask, traditionally the breeders cut off the ears.
History of the Boxer
Most canine historians agree that the Boxer has ancestors in the Bullenbeisser dogs. These Bullenbeissers (or bull bites) were hunting dogs, used mainly for pigs, wild boar and deer.