Are black Boxer puppies rare? No Such Thing as a Black Boxer Dog
These dogs are sometimes referred to as “reverse brindles,” but that is actually a misnomer—they are really fawn colored with a large quantity of black stripes. The boxer dog breed does not carry the gene for a solid black coat; therefore, purebred black boxer dogs do not exist.
How much is a black Boxer puppy? Boxer Breeders
Buying a purebred Boxer puppy from a responsible breeder will run you between $800 and $2,800. Purchasing a dog from a high-quality breeder ensures you’re getting a healthy puppy whose parents have been pre-tested for genetic conditions.
How long do black boxers live? However, the life expectancy of dog breeds generally is 11-12 years. When it comes to boxer dogs, they usually live for around 10 years on average. Most dogs live for this long when provided with good care and regular health check-ups. As they age, they need more care and more visits to the vet.
Does AKC recognize black boxers? The AKC (American Kennel Club), FCI, (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) with over 80 member countries, KC (the Kennel Club of the UK), the CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) and all other reputable canine registration clubs do not register black Boxers. Their registration papers do not have that color code as an option.