All About Boxer Dogs PLR


Boxers are a type of hunting mastiff dogs that were developed in the 19th century in Germany. They were developed from a crossbreed of Bullenbeisser (now extinct) and Bulldogs from Great Britain. The Bullenbeisser was a hunting dog that worked to capture deer, bear, and wild boar where they would hold them captive until their owners arrived at the location. 

As the years went by, hunters opted for faster dogs so a smaller version of the Bullenbeisser was bred. This particular Bullenbeisser that was bred in Brabant, Belgium, is considered a direct ancestral bloodline of Boxers. 

The Deutscher Boxer Club was designed by three Germans, who decided to put the dogs up for a show and sure enough, they made waves with the new breed of dogs. The set standard for the Boxer breed was designed in 1904 and to date, not many changes have been made to it. By the late 19th century, the breed was making its way throughout Europe and then in the United States by the early 20th century. 

During World War I, the Boxer was used for military services where they served as attack dogs, guard dogs, pack carriers, and messenger dogs. However, their popularity wasn’t so much until after World War II when returning soldiers decided to take them home. It didn’t take long for people to fall in love with the breed as they became show dogs, guard dogs, and amazing companions. 



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