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Boxweiler

Boxer / Rottweiler Hybrid Dogs

Information and Pictures

Chloe the Boxweiler wearing a red choak chain sitting outside in the grass looking at its camera holder

Chloe the Boxweiler at 5 years old—"We were blessed with this beautiful dog when she was 4 weeks old. She has been the best dog ever. She is very calm and sweet. She loves to roll in the snow and loves getting treats. She has had 3 litters of puppies. Her first litter she was bred to a purebred Boxer and only had one puppy. The second litter she had 13 puppies, but only 10 survived. The third litter she had 7 puppies and then 8 hours later she gave birth to puppy number 8. That puppy only lived for 4 days after we broke her out of the sack and rushed her to the vet. The vet told us to put her back with Chloe, but the puppy had a problem with her throat and didn't make it. She was an incredible mother to all of her puppies and she is just a loveable dog. She is now 10 years old and she has been diagnosed with bone and lung cancer. It breaks our heart to see our family dog pass away."

Other Names

Boxer Rottie

Boxer Rotty

Description

The Boxweiler is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Boxer and the Rottweiler. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

Recognition

DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.

Mija the Boxweiler sitting on a rug inside of a house with a wood cabinet in the background with its mouth open and looking at the camera holder

Mija the F1 Boxer Rotty at 13 years old—"Mija is a wonderful dog and has been our heart & soul for 13 years. She has doggy cancer and is on her last legs. She was 80lbs in her prime and now about 64lbs. We wanted to post a pic and tell people how wonderful this type of dog is. She was great with children and other big dogs... not so great with little yappers I'm afraid. Rip my Mija"

Mija the Boxweiler laying on a floor on a blanket and a rug

Mija the F1 Boxer Rotty at 13 years old

 

Close Up - Chloe the Boxweiler laying on a bright red dog bed and looking at the camera holder

Chloe the Boxweiler at 10 years old

 

Bear the Boxweiler laying on a blue carpet and looking to the left with this eyes

Bear the Boxweiler (Boxer / Rottweiler mix breed dog), beloved family pet and dutiful watchdog

 

Two Boxweiler puppies sleeping on a gray carpet

"These Boxweiler puppies are from an AKC-registered Rottweiler (mother) and an AKC-registered Boxer (father), shown here at 7 weeks old."

Boxweiler puppy walking on a floor looking at the feet of a person

Boxweiler puppy shown here at 7 weeks old

Close Up - Boxweiler puppy laying under a christmas tree

Boxweiler puppy at 7 weeks old

 

Close Up - Bear the Boxweiler sitting on a carpet a person is holding its collar. Bear is sitting with its mouth open and tongue out

Bear the Boxweiler (Boxer / Rottweiler mix breed dog)

Bear the Boxweiler sleeping against the pillow on a couch

Bear the Boxweiler (Boxer / Rottweiler mix breed dog)

Bear the Boxweiler laying on its back belly-up on a carpet

Bear the Boxweiler (Boxer / Rottweiler mix breed dog)

Rascal the Boxweiler sitting on a carpet looking at the camera holder

Rascal, an F2 (second generation) Boxweiler, meaning Rascal's parents were both Boxweilers. Rascal is Bear's son (pictured above). Bear is a Boxer / Rottie mix (F1 first generation hybrid) and was bred to another F1 first generation Boxer / Rottie hybrid dog.

Bear the Boxweiler laying on its back playing around with Rascal the Boxweiler puppy

TBear and Rascal playing—Rascal is just a pup in this picture.