Jaxon-reverse brindle

by Jackie
(beatrice, ne, U.S.)

Jaxon as a puppy.

Jaxon as a puppy.

Jaxon is energetic, we have a year old son and a 4 month old that he is great with. He is potty trained and kennel trained. He has been through two sets of obedience training. We bought him from a breeder at 14 weeks old.

He hadn't had much personal contact and was very scared. We dealt with many things over the years such as separation anxiety, he chews on anything, and now he is going through being protective over his pack.

He is great and very very affectionate. When we call our female boxer(syria) he always comes as well wanting attention. Our boxers are complete opposites of most. Our female isn't moody and isn't dominate. Our male Jaxon however is more dominate. They are both great boxers.

The only downfall is they are big dogs and sometimes forget their size and knock our children over. This is really not their fault. We take the good with the bad, due to our love for this breed.

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Aug 14, 2010
by: Laurie Jurgens

Jaxon looks almost identical to our Maggie who just turned 4 months old. She is our 8th boxer over the years and our 2nd girl. She is giving our 6 yo Otis a run for his money. He is very patient and loving with her puppy antics and chewing.

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