The Boxer (German: Boxer) is a medium-sized, full but strong guard dog breed with a distinctive shape.
Combining courage and endurance, intelligence, sympathy for each creature’s offspring, protective, protective audacity, agility and strength, the boxer’s height is about 53–64 cm from the shoulder to the ground, and its weight is about 30 kg. Its short, shiny, soft skin is mottled or striped on a red or brown background, or with white stripes on the feet, chest, and head. It has a black color from the tip of the nose to the end of the mouth and chin.
It is a breed of boxer, bulldog and mastiff, first produced in Germany in the 19th century. Although it became one of the popular breeds in the mid-1950s, it is not as common today as it used to be. Like all bulldogs, the ancestors of the modern boxer were bred for dog and bull fighting. In the 19th century, when these sports were deemed illegal, boxers began to be bred as police dogs in Germany.
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