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Boxer / Labrador Retriever Mixed Breed Dogs

Information and Pictures

Abby the Boxador sitting in front of a big tree with its head tilted to the right and its tongue is hanging out of its mouth to the left

Abby the Boxador (Boxer / Lab mix) at 2 years old—"Abby is a half Boxer half Lab. She loves to run and play with other dogs and she loves water. Abby is great with my 4-year-old son and they have been together since she was a puppy. Abby has no problems with cats or goats, but likes to chase sheep and eat chickens. She loves to dig and has dug a hole deep enough that she can disappear into it. Abby is a big sweetheart and thinks she is a lap dog. She wants nothing more than to be loved and to give all her love in return. She has such funny coloring everyone is always surprised she is a Boxer / Lab."

  • Box-a-DOOR
  • Boxerdor
  • Boxerlab
  • Laboxer

The Boxador is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Boxer and the Labrador Retriever. 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 breedmulti-generation crosses.

  • ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
  • DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
  • DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
  • IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®
Harley the Boxador laying on a bed with a flat screen TV playing in the background

Harley the Boxador at 2 years old—"We adopted Harley at our local animal shelter at his age of 6 months. He is absolutely the most intelligent dog I have ever had."

Dysen the Boxador wearing a green bandana and sitting on a tiled floor with a gray towel behind it

"Dysen is a great dog. He weighs about 115 pounds (52 kg). His dad is Boxer and his mom is a small Lab. We met him for the first time when he was 5 days old. He is 4 years old in this picture."

Nible the Boxador standing outside in front of a flat orange volleyball and its head is tilted to the left

Nimble the brown brindle Boxador puppy at 4 months old playing with his orange basketball—"Naughty but nice. Nible is doing well in her training. She is clever and pretty. Her daddy is a yellow Boxer and her mommy is a Chocolate Lab."

A tall brown brindle dog with a white chest sitting in snowy grass with its head tilted to the left. There are a couple of a wooden chairs that are placed up against a wooden privacy fence behind it. The do has brown almond shaped eyes and V-shaped long drop ears and a long tail.

Nimble the brown brindle Boxador dog at 1 1/2 years old—"A little update on our Boxador Nimble. Now 1 year and 5 months old weighing about 27 kg. (59 1/2 pounds). Her fur looks like a Boxer fur but is a bit thicker and longer. Very friendly towards children and people. She makes everybody feel special so we don't tell them that she like that with everybody. A very energetic, playfull, strong and happy dog. She has some issues with insecure dogs but good with all others. Fairly obedient when she wants te be. Still working on that."

Duke the Boxador standing on a tan carpet wearing a blue collar looking back at the camera holder

Duke the Boxador (Boxer / Lab mix) at 1 year old—"Duke has the sweetest personality, he loves everyone. He is a 60-pound lap dog and is at my feet wherever I go. You definitely know he's part Boxer because of the way he uses his front paws for everything! He is also very clownish, making him very entertaining to watch. Everyone comments on how handsome Duke is and they always want to know what kind of dog he is.”

Close Up - Moose the Boxador puppy laying over the shoulder of a personClose Up - Moose the Boxador puppy at 6 months old sitting on a carpet with a couch in the background

"Hi, my name is Moose. Here is a picture of me when my Mommy and Daddy first got me when I was 6 weeks old and a picture of me at 6 months old and weighing 65 lbs. I love to play fetch and ride in the car. I learned that I shouldn't go potty in the house in only two weeks, though I did have a few accidents, but now I remember to tell my parents that I have to go outside when I feel the urge. I am very affectionate and play well with other dogs and grownups. Mommy and Daddy think I will do well around children, once I realize my size. I sometimes think I am a lap dog, which is OK for Daddy, but I can get a little heavy for Mommy. I do have a bad habit of shredding newspaper when given the chance, but come on what puppy doesn't? My daddy says I have a great personality and show it with the funny faces I make, and my mommy is always calling me a character and a ham. My parents say that they can't believe how lucky they were to get such a smart, easy to train puppy."

Buffee the Boxador laying on a rug looking at the camera holder

Buffee the 5-year-old Boxador—her owner says, "She is still full of a lot of energy. We love the mix of breeds, she is so lovable and too friendly at times, everyone comments about Buffee, with her puppy face and expressive eyes!"

Close Up - Annabel the Boxador Puppy laying down on the carpet next to the tan couch

Annabel the Boxador (Labrador Retriever / Boxer mix) as a 12-week-old puppy

Close Up - Annabel the Boxador Puppy laying on a purple blanket on a tan couch

Annabel the Boxador (Labrador Retriever / Boxer mix) at 5 months old

Faith the Boxador Puppy sitting outside looking up with its mouth open

"This is my puppy Faith. She is a 30-lb., three-and-a-half-month-old Boxador puppy (Boxer / Lab mix). She was the only puppy in the litter that had a chocolate brown nose and hazel eyes, so I just had to pick her. How could anyone not love that cute face?! She is a bundle of energy, always up to something. She loves to swim in the local pond, go for long walks in the woods, play with her toys and run around the yard with our little mini Dachshund."

Close Up head shot - Faith the Boxador Puppy sitting outside in grass

"She walks on her leash like a pro now and has already learned her basic commands like sit, stay, come, down, off, shake, speak, quiet, etc. She is turning out to be one of the best dogs we have ever had, and I am looking forward to her company for years to come."

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