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BREEDING COLORS CORRECTLY
At Carbine Boxers we intentionally breed classic and flashy boxers together to achieve a variety of correctly marked boxers. Below are the breed standard colors. There is no such thing as a "black boxer". If you see a boxer with solid black (with no brindling coming through, then it's not really considered correct in the show ring) You can still attempt to show a black boxer, however a judge may fault the dog if they can't see any brindle. Also you will see white boxers. This happens when a breeder breeds two boxers together both having the white flash gene. White boxers will happen in a litter from time to time, and it's actually not recognized as a breed standard color. Even though white boxers cannot be shown in confirmation, they still make great pets and can be shown in agility and used as service dogs. Some white boxers do however suffer from hearing loss and occasional vision problems.
SEMI FLASHY FAWN
SEMI FLASHY BRINDLE
My Dolly. Thank you so much! We all love her to death !! Even the schnauzers!! Our vet says she's a very healthy and beautiful boxer!
We absolutely love our girl. We bought her as a companion for Bruno our existing boxer boy. She looks so much like my first boxer and camps out next to her food bowl, so Bruno doesn't snatch her food. Donna at Carbine Boxers was a pleasure to work with and gave us lots of information on proper feeding and vet care. We keep in touch and send her updates on our sweet girl.
Howling Boxer Pups
BOXERS IN ACTION:
Navasota - Brazos Valley Kennel Club
We love our Spice Girl! She is my son's hunting dog and an amazing famiy pet. She gets along with all of our goats, sheep and horses! We lover her playful personality and think she is absolutely beautiful! Donna was referred to us from another breeder and she was very professional and helpful. She was willing to meet us halfway in Katy, TX to complete the purchase. I would definetly recommend her to a friend.