Boxerdoodle At a Glance
Country of Origin:
Germany or USA
Small to Large. Weight: 12-70 lbs; Height: 10-25 inches
Short to Medium in length. Texture may be straight, wavy or curly.
White, Black, Fawn, Red; May be solid or of Varying Shades and Markings
10 to 14 years
Cold Weather Tolerance
Hot Weather Tolerance
Did You Know?
Boxerdoodles usually have very thick toenails.
This dog breed is a cross between a Boxer and a Poodle. The Boxerdoodle is often referred to as a designer dog. This breed has become a very popular companion dog.
This dog breed is well-built, strong and agile. The breed is small to medium in size, well-muscled, with a sweet nature.
This dog breed makes an affectionate, loving and devoted pet. The dog has a playful, happy and cheerful nature. They get along well with older children, other dogs and cats, especially those they were raised with. The breed is active and boisterous, yet sensitive. This breed generally makes a good watchdog and will alert their family to guests and abnormal sounds.
This dog breed requires regular brushing and professional clipping. To preserve the natural oils of the coat, the dog should only be bathed when absolutely necessary using a mild shampoo. This breed is prone to hip dysplasia, epilepsy, allergies, skin disorders and PRA.
The coat of the breed can be one of three types: very curly , long and wavy, or short and thick.
Boxerdoodle Training & Activity
Early socialization and obedience is recommended for this dog breed. They tend to be both sensitive and stubborn, but are highly intelligent. This breed does not respond well to harsh or heavy-handed training methods and training should be performed with firmness, fairness, patience and consistency.
This dog breed adapts well to apartment living, provided they are sufficiently exercised. The dog is a highly energetic breed and requires daily leashed walks and family play sessions.