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About Boxers

Boxers are great family dogs, they need very little grooming and are usually very easy to train. They need exercise every day,  and just LOVE to be off leash and just run like the wind!! The boxer can be aggressive toward strange dogs, but is generally good with other household dogs and pets. Boxers don't take hot or cold weather very well, A home with a fenced in yard is best.

 
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Where it all started

Peanut Butter was our fist boxer, we purchased her from a nearby farm in 04 and she quickly made us fall in love with the boxer breed. She was calm natured and great with children and other dogs. We purchased Mack from a friend and he too was a love. He didn't mind when puppies or children climbed on him. He passed away at a ripe old age in 2009 Cocoa is out of Mack and Peanut Butter's '06 litter. Sweetie Pie is out of Peanut Butter and Rambo's '09  litter. and that is where we got started..... 

 

 
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Sweetie Pie's Story

Sweetie Pie is a walking miracle, a reminder that miracles still do happen today! At the age of 4 weeks she choked on puppy food and I did everything I could to get it out, but she soon was lying still, and her heart stopped beating. At the last resort, not really believing it would help, I held my hand around her mouth and blew into it, 3 times, chest compressions followed. Her heart started beating... she began to breathe.... but she was far from fine... the vet gave her no chances of survival... but I took her home and did all I could to make her comfortable......2 days of wishing I had never revived her followed... she was not "with it" she screamed in pain and threw up blood... But at the end of day 2 she looked into my eyes... recognized me and I picked her up  to be covered in doggy kisses.... she was thanking me for saving her life...... I cried tears of joy and am still thanking God for my miracle :)

 
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