Boxers were bred to be intelligent and noble guard dogs. While these dogs are definitely brave and smart, there’s more to it—the breed is also famously affectionate and goofy with their families, too!
Loyal and Loving
As a guard dog breed, Boxers bond tightly to their families and will love and protect you like you wouldn’t believe.
Despite being a guard dog, Boxers are absolute clowns and love to romp and play with their loved ones.
A Boxer feels that its job is to keep you, your loved ones, and your home safe from harm—and they take this job seriously.
Easy to Groom
While Boxers shed (as do most dogs), its short, fine coat is easy to groom and won’t leave a massive mess like some other breeds.
Despite their somewhat oafish appearance, these are smart dogs who crave learning new tricks, tasks and commands.
Boxers are energetic companions who need an equally playful owner. A well-exercised Boxer is a happy Boxer!
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The happiness of our customers, our breeders, and your puppy is the foundation of everything we do.
Connect responsible, ethical breeders with responsible, ethical buyers. Our mission is to take the uncertainty and headache out of finding the perfect puppy.
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Accelerate the elimination of puppy mills by empowering humane breeders and exposing those with inhumane operations. We want to be part of the solution.
5 Star Breeders
We only work with Boxer breeders who pass our 47 breeder standards. Here are a few of them...
About Uptown Approved Breeders
No puppy mills. No scams. We thoroughly vet all breeders based on our 47 Breeder Standards. When you find a puppy at Uptown, you're not just getting a dog--you're getting peace of mind that your new best friend is coming from an experienced, ethical breeder who loves dogs just as much as you do.
Questions & Answers
As you browse dogs online, you’ll quickly realize that different breeders charge different prices for their dogs. A diverse number of factors can influence puppy price, from coat/eye color (white Boxer puppies, brindle Boxer puppies available, black Boxer puppies), coat type, size, “Boxer mix puppies for sale near me” versus purebred pedigree, and much more.
Nope! One of the best benefits of working with our network is that the breeders and businesses we approve are experienced with puppy travel. That means no matter where you live or where your breeder/business is located, your puppy can easily be picked up at whichever major airport is most convenient!
We have a strict set of standards in place to ensure that no backyard breeders or puppy mills are admitted to our network. Those standards can be found in our Breeder Pledge, and cover all aspects of animal breeding and care—including knowledge, ethics, legal compliance, cleanliness, and much more.
Whenever you search for something online, the results you see are the businesses and breeders who are doing the best job at marketing. There’s no guarantee that they’re actually the best breeders. Because Uptown independently examines all applicants, we’re able to list only the best of the best..
People who wind up buying the cheapest cute Boxer puppies are often buying a Boxer dog puppy from backyard breeders or puppy mills. Puppy mills are like dog factories, and it’s a fact that improperly bred dogs can develop genetic diseases and harmful behavioral issues—which can cost you big time at the vet’s office.
Many families have their heart set on a very specific kind of puppy—a certain breed, size, gender, color, etc. If that sounds like you, you’re in the right place. Connect with one of our recommended breeders/companies today, and you’ll be able to choose from heaps of options when it comes to finding the ultimate puppy.
Boxers are descended from a mix of dogs that include the German Bullenbeisser and the Bulldog, and arose in the late 1800s. After being imported to America in the early 1900s, the breed quickly rose in popularity for its bravery, strength, intelligence, and playful personality. Today, it’s one of the most popular and beloved breeds in the country.
Boxers are not considered fully mature until they’re three years old, meaning they are some of the oldest puppies in the entire dog world. Boxers are a mix of playful mischief, goofy antics and slobbery kisses—traits that endear them to their owners. But despite this friendly personality, they also make fantastic guard dogs.
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