The bull boxer dog is familiar as the Pitoxer, Pit Boxer, American Bull Boxer, Valley Bulldog, Boxer Pitbull mix and Pitbull Boxer mix. He is a cross between a Boxer and Bulldog. The breed is a large dog in the working dog breed groups with amazing talents that include swiftness, companionship, guarding and watching. He has got an expectancy of life about 10 to 14 years.

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Where does A Bull Boxer dog come from?

He has become more famous to create new mixed breed dogs by keeping together parents. Nobody had intentionally bred them together before in the last 10 to 20 years. He is one of the hybrid dog breeds and designer dogs. Most of us don’t even know when or where this hybrid was created first. The Bull Boxer dog does not have any sort of history beside that of his parents the Boxer and the Bulldog. To know about the Bull Boxer dog you can have a look at the characteristics, history, and looks of the parents.

 

The Bulldog

Sometime in the 1500s, the Bulldog came from England where people utilized him in bull baiting. This dog breed was a famous spectator sport back then and he actually considered that it tenderized the bull’s meat. Finally when he was outlawed, people got the feeling that it could be the Bulldog’s ending as all he had been bred for in terms of looks and personality was bull baiting. However some praised this dog breed and made a decision for an effort for breeding him to have a more docile temperament. He is courageous as well as sweet and kind. But he is dignified and is extremely obstinate which means it is hard to train him.

 

The Boxer

The Boxer has got German Mastiff in his inheritance (used for hunting huge prey) as well as the Bulldog. A German called Georg Alt bred this breed first in the late 19th century. He became better known in all over Europe in the late 1800s, and he was brought for the first time to the America in the early 20th century. The Boxer was a famous dog breed in the military conveying messages, attacking, guarding and acting a pack carrier during World War I. He became more famous in America after World War II. This dog breed is an absorbing mix of clowning around and being watchful and alert today. When he is protecting his home and his family members, he becomes aggressive. He is playful as well as dignified and is fine with kids.

 

The Bull Boxer Dog Temperament

The Bull Boxer has got a mix of temperaments which has got genetically from his parents the Bulldog and Boxer. But it is not possible at all to predict how much from each one a pup will raise into. The is usually quite enthusiastic, clever, and full of energy. He is vigilant and watchful which make him a great watch-dog. The Bull Boxer is affectionate and loyal to his family and wants to entertain his owner. He is often obedient therefore but does do best with hard training. The dog breed can be obstinate and is alert to strangers until he becomes habitual of them. He can be playful as well.

 

The Bull Boxer Dog Appearance

His weight is 50 to 80 pounds and 22 to 26 inches tall. He is a large dog with a straight and short coat which is quite smooth to touch. Common colors in which you can find him are brown, cream, white, black, white, golden. He is stocky and short with a wide and broad head and ears that are either in a rose shape or pointy with a slight droop. He has got the eyes that a little beady and he has got a chest like the Boxer.

 

Bull Boxer Dog Exercise and Training Requirements

The Bull Boxer ought to be given many chances for mental and physical work during a day as he is energetic and vulnerable to bringing about damage from digging or chewing when he does not get out enough. It assists to get owners who enjoy being physically active as well so that you are able just adjust him into routine of yours. Take him outdoors with you for walks, jogging, hiking, cycling, and so on. Take him also to a park, play with him, and mess around in the yard.

 

Can Bull Boxer dog be trained easily?

He has got a lot of superb qualities but it is not easy to give him training, though it is not particularly impossible to train him either. Outcomes are going to come slowly and gradually with a Bull Boxer, your capability to communicate with dogs may develop yourself rapidly and powerfully to become dominant. Because he is quite powerful and you will have to have full of energy to be strong as pack leader to keep him attentive. In order to undertake with your dog, socialization and training are extremely crucial. He will become a better dog not just be happier but also in behavior too. He is quite clever and likes to entertain so optimistically that part of his nature will disallow the possibility of his disobedient nature.

 

Bull Boxer Dog Living and Caring

When it comes to grooming, he is not super great maintenance like some of other dogs but he will get some basic requirements that you have to take care of. He does not shed a great deal and he will require brushing once a week or so to remove loose hair and give him a good healthy look to his coat.

Other grooming requirements include his teeth, ears, and nails. Wipe his ears clean by using a cloth at least once a week and check them for anything abnormal. A few times a year, his nails require clipping. But a blood vessel flowing through the lower part of the nails of dogs so make sure to cut his nails too low, or let a professional groomer do. If he lets you, you should brush his teeth once a day, otherwise 2 or 3 times a week should be enough.

 

Bull Boxer Dog with Children and Other Pets

You can trust your Bull Boxer dog with kids if you have socialized and trained him well. He is friendly and enjoys playing but may require supervision around young kids and strange children. That socialization will assist to curb the behavior as well to view other small pets as prey.

 

Bull Boxer Dog Feeding

Recommended daily amount: 2½ cups of good quality dry food every day that is divided into two meals.

 

Bull Boxer Dog Health Concerns

Just because of being a newer breed there are no common major issues of health. Though, as a mixed breed dog he is less vulnerable to health problems than pure breeds. Some issues of health come up being inherited from his parents:

  • Obesity
  • Allergies
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Eye problems

Note: This health information is all about providing our visitors with a type of general knowledge. In order to be aware of any health issues or any diseases and conditions, do consult your veterinarian.