The Boxer is a medium-sized, short-haired breed of dog, developed in Germany. The coat is smooth and tight-fitting; colours are fawn or brindled, with or without white markings, and white
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Animated. Playful. Energetic. A little cuckoo in the best way. These are a few ways that Boxer Parents will describe their pups. Boxer puppies are the eighth most popular breed in the United States for good reason. Do you think a Boxer puppy is right for you? Brush up on your Boxer puppy facts first.
The head is the most distinctive feature of the Boxer. The breed standard dictates that it must be in perfect proportion to the body and above all it must never be too light. The greatest value is to be placed on the muzzle being of correct form and in absolute proportion to the skull. The length of the muzzle to the whole of the head should be a ratio of 1:3. Folds are always present from the root of the nose running downwards on both sides of the muzzle, and the tip of the nose should lie somewhat higher than the root of the muzzle. In addition a Boxer should be slightly prognathous, i.e., the lower jaw should protrude beyond the upper jaw and bend slightly upwards in what is commonly called an underbite or "undershot bite"
A Boxer puppy’s adorable smushed face is almost reason enough to bring one into your family. Boxer puppies have a jaw known as an “undershot,” which means the lower jaw curves and juts out slightly from the upper jaw. In layman’s terms, that just means your Boxer will likely have the most charming underbite ever.