Why a Euro Boxer?

Why a Euro Boxer?

  For some people the search for a European bred Boxer can be the quest of a lifetime.  So why does a person put so much time, effort and sometimes a great deal of money into finding an import bred Boxer puppy?   Initially it was the look of the Euro dogs that attracted me.  I love a big, thick, powerfully built dog with a wide square head and jaw and plenty of wrinkle – a solid dog built for working rather than the elegant, graceful and highly refined dogs that are so often seen in the AKC show rings.  It didn’t take long for me to discover that there was another reason to be attracted to Euro Boxer pups… they are so incredibly smart that they can virtually read your mind – but wait – let’s not forget that they are generally healthier and live longer too!   With my first Euro litter I discovered that crossing a good, healthy American bred dog with a solidly built Import dog generally produced an exceptionally beautiful cross of the two.  You get the best of both worlds! That is a winning combination in my mind and a pattern that I have repeated again and again over the last 15 or so years with great success.   Now do you see why it is worth the time, effort and sometimes an expense to find a good European bred dog?  Click HERE to see a list of our available Euro...
White Boxer Puppies: Our Policy

White Boxer Puppies: Our Policy

Since we just had one born, now is a good time to share our policy on White Boxer Puppies. B4 Boxers is white boxer friendly, but we actively work to produce dogs that conform to the current Boxer Breed Standard. We believe that a Boxer is a Boxer, and a white one is just as intelligent, beautiful and just as outstanding as a companion as a colored dog. On the rare occasions that we do produce white puppies, we allow them to remain with the litter and raise them with the same loving care as any colored pup gets unless there is a very good reason to remove them. Have I ever culled white pups? Yes, I have, and colored pups as well. The decision to cull one or more pups from a litter is always a difficult one, and must take into account all the pups, colored or not, in the assessment of overall health, confirmation and maturity. I do not believe in letting any animal suffer. When it is obvious that, despite my best efforts, a pup is not going to make it, I do the right thing and put them down. As a responsible breeder I accept that obligation and utilize the most humane means I possibly can to end that life. Do we support the breeding white Boxers? Yes and No. We do believe that there are some white dogs who can be of great value to the overall Boxer gene pool, but we do not advocate the breeding of whites as a rule but rather as a very rare exception. I believe that any...