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The Boxerdoodle is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Boxer and Poodle dog breeds. Friendly, intelligent and playful, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of their two parents. Boxerdoodles are also sometimes known as Boxerpoos. You can find these mixed-breed dogs at shelters and breed-specific rescues, so remember to always adopt. The Boxerdoodle is an exceptionally playful and very friendly dog that can become a great addition to the family. They are active dogs that do not adapt well to apartment living due to their innate need for exercise and play. If you have a fenced yard, your children and the dog will make the best playmates; although it is always important to supervise sessions involving small children. Due to the variety of sizes among the different types of Poodles, your Boxerdoodle may end up being small or large in size.
The Boxerdoodle is a mixed breed dog. They are not pure breeds like their Boxer or Poodle parents. Boxerdoodles come in almost any color you can imagine, although shades of brown tend to be the most common. The Boxerdoodle’s coat is usually curly and wavy, although it can be short or long. You will need to commit to brushing it at least every other day. Children and Boxerdoodles get along well together. Just be sure to follow the usual guidelines to ensure proper socialization and training from an early age for both children and dogs. When dealing with existing pets, this mixed breed needs to be properly socialized to be around them. They may do best as a solitary pet in the home. Boxerdoodles are intelligent, active, and fairly easy to train. They will enjoy participating in outings and long walks. These dogs are friendly and sociable. They make excellent family companions.
The Boxerdoodle is one of the newer mixed dog breeds and it is not known exactly when it was first introduced. Best guesses suggest that the breed appeared in the last decade. As far as the Poodle part of its heritage is concerned, it is a dog that dates back to ancient Egyptian times. Later, the Poodle became popular in France as a duck hunting dog. As for the Boxer, the breed began as a farm and fighting dog in the 19th century. Since then, their fighting tendencies have been eliminated and they now make wonderful, loving companions for any family. The Boxerdoodle has become a designer dog breed, but many of them unfortunately end up in shelters. So consider contacting local rescue groups and shelters if you are thinking of adding the Boxerdoodle to your home.
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