healthy boxer puppies.

Healthy, reasonably priced Standard Boxer puppies are offered at this location, and shipping is available.

Healthy Boxer puppies





With 18 years of expertise, we are devoted puppy lovers that specialize in breeding a variety of breeds with exceptional quality, health, structure, charisma, and temperament. Our aim is to raise healthy puppies that will be given to devoted families or homes for exhibition. All of our puppies live at home with us, surrounded by our children, cats, and other household creatures. We love visiting the numerous parks and beaches in and around the city with our pups. For the past 18 years, we have been breeding and nurturing puppies, and our motto is “Quality isn’t Expensive, It’s Priceless.” Like most things in life, it all depends on the experience. We are pleased with the impression we have so far created on the puppy industry.

Professional Breeding

We are the best at what we do because we only breed Boxers, which is our area of expertise.

request In-house Training

Potty training your puppy is the only way to get him or her ready for polite company. It is a necessary aspect of pet-raising. Here, we take care of that.

Health Guarantee

We offer a comprehensive 1-year genetic health guarantee on all of our puppies.

About Us

We are a family-run company that provides excellent care for Boxers up for adoption, putting their health first. Many families have relied on us to assist them in finding the ideal canine companions since we are well-respected breeders who have earned their trust and faith. Our three children, ages 16, 14, and 5, take great satisfaction in caring for and training the puppies before they are placed in their forever homes. For us, breeding is a family affair.

why choose us

Our puppies are raised with love

Socialized & Handled

Soon after birth, we begin socializing our puppies. Every time they are handled, we practice moving their mouth open, holding them on their backs in the air, and moving their muzzle up and down. They are used to hearing household sounds like children playing and vacuums running. It also eases the transfer to new homes and gets the puppy ready for easy heartworm treatment, grooming, and families with small children. This socialization and handling helps build a puppy who, by the age of eight weeks, is not scared to be picked up and handled.

Training Starts Here

Our puppies are litter-box trained using pine pellet litter, much like cats. Between three and four weeks of age, we start litter box training. This aids in appealing to their innate tendencies to keep their play and sleeping areas tidy. Puppies are well-trained and rarely have accidents by the time they are 8–10 weeks old. This makes the transition to housebreaking and crate training much easier. In the early months, this is also beneficial if you have to leave your puppy alone for long stretches of time. Because they are independent and have much cleaner habits, you may set them up in a tiny space with food, water, and a litter box.

Raised In Our Home

Our house is where our puppies are born, and they stay there until they find new homes. Small puppies need their first few weeks of life to develop properly, therefore they are always under my attentive observation in their whelping box. Puppies play with us, our small children, and our adult dogs on a regular basis as soon as they are old enough to begin walking. This aids in acclimating our puppies to young children, loud noises, and larger dogs.

More About This Breed


    Boxers are large, muscular, square-headed dogs who look imposing–that is, until you look into their eyes and see the mischief and joy of life reflected there. Because of their playful nature and boundless energy, they are sometimes called the “Peter Pan” of the dog breeds. Boxers aren’t considered fully mature until they are three years old, meaning they have one of the longest puppyhoods in the world of dogs.

    The typical Boxer is intelligent, alert, and fearless, yet friendly. They’re loyal to their family and love to play with them, but they’re also headstrong, especially if you try to use harsh training methods with them.

    With minimal grooming needs and legendary patience and gentleness with children, Boxers are great family companions, as long as you provide them with the physical exercise and mental stimulation they need. If you’re willing and able to provide them with adequate exercise in the form of walks or runs, they can even adapt to apartment living, so long as they are able to be close to their beloved people.

    Boxers originated in Germany and were brought to the U.S. after World War I. Their short, shiny coats are striking: fawn or brindle with flashy white markings. All white or mostly white Boxers are not desirable because, genetically, deafness is associated with white coloring.

    Many Boxers have docked tails and cropped ears. If the ears are not cropped, they will hang down. Many dog owners are opting to leave their Boxers’ ears and tails un-cropped these days–a practice DogTime fully supports! Let those ears and tails go natural!

    Boxers are renowned for their great love of and loyalty to their families. They often are distrustful of strangers at first, but will not be aggressive unless they perceive a threat to their families. Boxers are so loving that they often think they are lapdogs and try to lie as close to you as possible.

    Boxer owners around the world take special delight in their beloved dogs’ clownish behavior. Boxers are high-spirited, happy, and energetic. They often paw, cat-like, at their toys, food bowls, and even their owners. When they are excited, they often “kidney bean,” a little dance that involves twisting their bodies into a semi-circle, similar to the shape of a kidney bean, and then turning in circles. Boxers also make a unique sound, called a “woo-woo,” when they want something or are excited. It is not exactly a bark, but rather sounds as though they are saying “woo-woo,” look at me!

    Watching a Boxer run is a delight. They are so exuberant, happy, and graceful, it’s sure to bring a smile to your face, especially if they start jumping–something they love to do, twisting, and even turning somersaults to entertain you.

    But life isn’t all fun and games for all Boxers. Because of their strength and courage, Boxers have a wide use in the military and the police, as well as search-and-rescue work. When specifically trained for guard work, Boxers are excellent watchdogs and will restrain an intruder in the same manner as a Mastiff. Boxers also excel in obedience, agility, and schutzhund–a demanding three-phase competition event that tests the dog’s tracking, obedience, and protection abilities.

    Boxers should not be left outdoors for extended periods of time. Their short nose doesn’t cool hot air efficiently in the summer, and their short coat doesn’t keep them warm in the winter. Many Boxer people joke that their Boxers’ range of tolerance is between 72 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit (21-22 degrees Celsius).

    Boxers aren’t the breed for everyone, but if you like a big dog who likes to cuddle, don’t mind a little drool between friends, want a dog that will delight you with clownish antics and yet be gentle with your children, and most of all, if you are prepared to keep your Boxer physically and mentally stimulated, the Boxer just might be the right dog for you!