Last Updated on April 18, 2023
The Boxer has a playful, goofy personality that is sure to capture your heart forever. Boxer mixes are a common crossbreed, and there is a wide range of doggies to choose from!
Which Boxer mix is the best dog to adopt as your family pet? Read on to learn more about these lovable pups!
- 1 What is a Boxer?
- 2 1. Labrador Boxer mix (AKA Boxador)
- 3 2. Pitbull Boxer mix (AKA Bullboxer Pit)
- 4 3. German Shepherd Boxer mix (AKA Boxer Shepherd)
- 5 4. Poodle Boxer mix (AKA Boxerdoodle)
- 6 5. English Bulldog Boxer mix (AKA Valley Bulldog)
- 7 6. Beagle and Boxer mix (AKA Boggle)
- 8 7. Husky Boxer mix (AKA Boxsky)
- 9 8. Boxer Mastiff (AKA Boxmas)
- 10 9. Great Dane and Boxer mix (AKA Boxane)
- 11 10. Boston Boxer
- 12 11. American Bulldog Boxer mix (AKA Bulloxer)
- 13 12. Rottweiler Boxer mix (AKA Boxweiler)
- 14 13. Golden Retriever Boxer mix (AKA Golden Boxer)
- 15 14. Basset Hound Boxer mix (AKA Boxset)
- 16 15. Rhodesian Boxer
- 17 16. Pug Boxer mix (AKA Box-a-Pug)
- 18 17. Australian Shepherd Boxer mix (AKA Australian Boxherd)
- 19 18. Chihuahua Boxer mix (AKA Boxachi)
- 20 19. Border Collie Boxer mix (AKA Boxollie)
- 21 20. Doberman Pinscher Boxer mix (AKA Boxerman)
- 22 21. Saint Bernard Boxer mix (AKA Saint Boxer)
- 23 22. American Staffordshire Terrier Boxer mix (AKA Bullboxer Staff)
- 24 23. Cane Corse Boxer mix (AKA Cane Corxer)
- 25 23. Blue Heeler Boxer mix (AKA Box Heeler)
- 26 24. French Bulldog Boxer mix (AKA French Bulloxer)
- 27 25. Shar-Pei Boxer mix (AKA Box-a-Shar)
- 28 26. German Boxapoint
- 29 27. Cocker Spaniel Boxer mix (AKA Cocker Boxer)
- 30 28. Akita Boxer mix (AKA Boxita)
- 31 29. Dalmatian Boxer mix (AKA Boxmatian)
- 32 30. Chow Chow Boxer mix (AKA Boxer Chow)
- 33 31. Weimaraner Boxer mix (AKA Boweimar)
- 34 32. Corgi Boxer mix (AKA Coxer)
- 35 33. Schnauzer Boxer mix (AKA Schnoxers)
- 36 34. Hungarian Vizsla Boxer mix (AKA BoxViz)
- 37 35. Jack Russell Boxer
- 38 What is the Best Boxer Mix For You?
What is a Boxer?
You will recognize the Boxer by its tough, muscled exterior, wrinkled expression, and high energy antics. But, did you know that Boxers are sweet-tempered family dogs?
They are protective and loyal and love to follow their owners everywhere. This affection pup will greet you with excited, slobbery kisses!
Boxers are a medium to large purebred dog that comes from Germany. The American Kennel Club recognized the Boxer breed in 1904, and its popularity skyrocketed in the United States.
Boxers have smooth, short coats that are typically fawn, brindle, or white. Their faces often have a black mask with a few white markings.
Boxers are energetic and need daily exercise, including fetch, games, and long walks. Boxer puppies take a few years to fully mature, so their puppy energy is endless for around three years.
Remember to limit treats with Boxers and Boxer mixes, as this can cause obesity.
Boxers are prone to health issues, including hip dysplasia, but oftentimes these health concerns are lessened with a crossbreed dog.
Feeding your Boxer high-quality dog food, along with daily exercise, can help your pup reach a lifespan of 10-12 years.
Your Boxer mix will inherit many of the Boxer traits in addition to the other parent dog breed.
If you are looking to be a dog owner of a Boxer mix, you will need to be prepared for a medium to large sized dog full of playful energy. Check out 35 of the most lovable Boxer mixes below.
1. Labrador Boxer mix (AKA Boxador)
Parent Breeds: Labrador Retriever and Boxer
The Boxer Lab mix is medium to large breed dogs. They are playful, energetic, and intelligent family pets. Boxadors tend to have a mix of colors on their coat and inherit short, shiny coats.
They are adorably devoted to their owners. If you are an active, outdoorsy dog owner, this mix might be perfect for you!
2. Pitbull Boxer mix (AKA Bullboxer Pit)
Parent Breeds: Pitbull and Boxer
The American Pitbull Terrier Boxer mix, or Pixoter, is a large, strong dog. They are protective and loyal but need early socialization to feel comfortable around other dogs and strangers.
With training and a dose of love and tender care, Pitbull Boxer mixes make good family pets.
3. German Shepherd Boxer mix (AKA Boxer Shepherd)
Parent Breeds: German Shepherd and Boxer
These large dogs are the best guard dogs around! Shepherd Boxers are devoted to their owners and take their watchdog role seriously.
Boxer Shepherds inherit short, dense coats, short, floppy ears with a long body and straight tail.
4. Poodle Boxer mix (AKA Boxerdoodle)
Parent Breeds: Poodle and Boxer
Also known as Boxerpoos, these happy dogs make friendly family pets. They will range in size depending on the Poodle parent.
Their coats will range in colors and usually are curly or wavy. They are outdoor adventure seekers, always ready to jump in the puddles or take a muddy hike.
5. English Bulldog Boxer mix (AKA Valley Bulldog)
Parent Breeds: English Bulldog and Boxer
These stern-looking dogs are surprisingly full of silly, high-spirited joy. Also known as the Bull Boxer, these dogs are suited for indoor living, so there is no need for a large yard.
They look like a mix of their parents, with short coats that are easy to groom.
6. Beagle and Boxer mix (AKA Boggle)
Parent Breeds: Beagle and Boxer
Also known as the Boxle or Bogle, these medium pups are intelligent, easy to train, and completely devoted to their families.
Expect this pup to follow you everywhere you go! They have short, easy-to-groom coats that range in colors.
7. Husky Boxer mix (AKA Boxsky)
Parent Breeds: Husky and Boxer
These pups aren’t as popular as other Boxer mixes, but they sure are gorgeous! Many Boxskys inherited the light blue eyes from their Husky parent.
They are known for being affectionate and goofy but also have a protective side. They are moderate to high shedding dogs and their sizes may range from 35-80 pounds.
8. Boxer Mastiff (AKA Boxmas)
Parent Breeds: Mastiff and Boxer
These large dogs may look intimidating, but they possess the sweetest souls and serve as excellent protectors and watchdogs for your family.
They are larger than a Boxer but less high-energy. They still need a lot of space, so keep that in mind before choosing a Boxmas.
9. Great Dane and Boxer mix (AKA Boxane)
Parent Breeds: Great Dane and Boxer
Looking for a large, lovable but chill dog? This mellow tempered family dog inherits the lovable devotion from both parents and is known as gentle giants.
They have large floppy ears, big brown eyes, and short coats of different colors. They will shed but are easy to groom.
10. Boston Boxer
Parent Breeds: Boston Terrier and Boxer
This popular crossbreed is referred to as a Miniature Boxer because they often resemble their Boxer parent but in a smaller size.
Picture the tough build of the Boxer but in a more medium-sized body. They are cute and make the ideal family pet for Boxer lovers needing a smaller dog.
11. American Bulldog Boxer mix (AKA Bulloxer)
Parent Breeds: American Bulldog and Boxer
Medium to large with a muscular build, these dogs look tougher than they are! They are sweet-tempered, calm, and make great family pets.
Because the parent breeds look similar, you can expect your Bulloxer to have a strong, square jaw, floppy ears, and a short muzzle.
12. Rottweiler Boxer mix (AKA Boxweiler)
Parent Breeds: Rottweiler and Boxer
Also known as a Boxer Rotty, this Rottweiler mix produces large dogs that might not be the best choice for first-time dog owners.
They need a lot of training and socialization to ensure they don’t show signs of aggression towards strangers. If properly trained, these dogs can be extremely sweet.
13. Golden Retriever Boxer mix (AKA Golden Boxer)
Parent Breeds: Golden Retriever and Boxer
This intelligent mix is ideal for families who want to teach their pup some tricks! This large breed dog excels in agility training and loves to please their owners.
They might resemble either parent breed, with either a short dark coat or a double coat that is tan in color.
14. Basset Hound Boxer mix (AKA Boxset)
Parent Breeds: Basset Hound and Boxer
The result of crossing these two parent pups is a short, stocky body that is heavy and strong!
They tend to be lazier and less high-energy than Boxers, and you’ll need to ration the treats because these pups love to eat. They are mild to moderate shedders, and their coats will range in color.
15. Rhodesian Boxer
Parent Breeds: Rhodesian Ridgeback and Boxer
Your Rhodesian Boxer will be the companion guard dog of your dreams. This large dog is athletic and strong with a medium coat length that is easy to groom.
They may look like either parent breed (which means they will be beautiful!) and will inherit a sweet, devoted temperament.
16. Pug Boxer mix (AKA Box-a-Pug)
Parent Breeds: Pug and Boxer
These smooshy-faced cuties can be either small to medium in size. They will inherit a short coat that is usually tan, brown, or brindle and are only light shedders. Also known as a Poxer, these dogs love to cuddle!
17. Australian Shepherd Boxer mix (AKA Australian Boxherd)
Parent Breeds: Australian Shepherd and Boxer
The Australian Boxherd is a medium to large sized pup with a medium coat that is soft and dense.
They are protective pups and love to watch over their family. Keep in mind that they are high energy and need lots of exercise.
18. Chihuahua Boxer mix (AKA Boxachi)
Parent Breeds: Chihuahua and Boxer
This mixed breed is new to the crossbreed world. This small pup tends to resemble a fuller stockier Chihuahua.
They may need lots of socialization to feel comfortable around strangers, but they sure will be devoted to their owners. They don’t need much exercise and do well in smaller homes.
19. Border Collie Boxer mix (AKA Boxollie)
Parent Breeds: Border Collie and Boxer
The Boxollie is a medium to large-sized dog with a short to medium-length coat of many colors. These pups are full of affection and energy.
They are highly intelligent but come from working dog parents who need energetic tasks to not get bored.
20. Doberman Pinscher Boxer mix (AKA Boxerman)
Parent Breeds: Doberman Pinscher and Boxer
This large dog is a great guard dog who also does well with children. Despite their large build, they inherit a playful and protective temperament.
Their coats are short and fine and typically black, brown, or white. They are highly intelligent and alert.
21. Saint Bernard Boxer mix (AKA Saint Boxer)
Parent Breeds: St Bernard and Boxer
These large dogs are full of love and drool! They are loving pups and do well with families.
Saint Boxers will inherit a short, thick, moderately shedding coat that is usually brown or fawn with white markings and a black mask around their eyes. They are suited to homes with outdoor space to run and play.
22. American Staffordshire Terrier Boxer mix (AKA Bullboxer Staff)
Parent Breeds: American Staffordshire Terrier and Boxer
These large, muscular dogs usually have a Boxer face and a less stocky American Staffordshire Terrier body.
They have a short, low-shedding coat that ranges in colors and typically has a square muzzle. They tend to have a stubborn streak and a dominant nature.
23. Cane Corse Boxer mix (AKA Cane Corxer)
Parent Breeds: Cane Corso Italiano and Boxer
These pups come from a line of hunters and love to play fetch. They are large, tall dogs with a smooth coat that moderately sheds.
They are protective dogs and need proper socialization to feel comfortable around strangers.
23. Blue Heeler Boxer mix (AKA Box Heeler)
Parent Breeds: Blue Heeler and Boxer
Box Heelers are medium to large in size and will vary in appearance depending on which breed they inherit more dominant traits from.
Expect a short, dense coat that is either blue or brindle in color. They will need good training and exercise and are recommended for experienced owners.
24. French Bulldog Boxer mix (AKA French Bulloxer)
Parent Breeds: French Bulldog and Boxer
These small to medium sized pups are full of cheerful love and devotion. They make great family pets but need proper socialization around other dogs and young children.
Their coat is minimally shedding and short in length.
25. Shar-Pei Boxer mix (AKA Box-a-Shar)
Parent Breeds: Shar-Pei and Boxer
These large breed pups are good watch dogs and sweet-tempered around children.
They have short to medium coats that vary in color and usually only shed with the change in seasons. They will have short muzzles and flat faces and only need mild amounts of exercise.
26. German Boxapoint
Parent Breeds: German Shorthaired Pointer and Boxer
These lovable dogs are always ready to play a game of fetch. They are medium in size, but they are bursting with energy and need lots of exercise. Their short coats are easy to maintain.
27. Cocker Spaniel Boxer mix (AKA Cocker Boxer)
Parent Breeds: Cocker Spaniel and Boxer
The Boxer Cocker Spaniel is a medium sized pup that varies in appearance but you can expect cuteness. They are known for having an affectionate and cheerful disposition.
28. Akita Boxer mix (AKA Boxita)
Parent Breeds: Akita and Boxer
This dog does well with families looking for a large, powerful pup. They are protective family dogs but need lots of exercise and attention.
They are adorable puppies but need early socialization to ensure they don’t become aggressive and dominant adults.
29. Dalmatian Boxer mix (AKA Boxmatian)
Parent Breeds: Dalmatian and Boxer
These high-energy pups are goofballs and need lots of training to keep them obedient.
They have short coats that are black or white in color and adorable floppy ears. These dogs aren’t great around children and do best in homes with large yards to play in.
30. Chow Chow Boxer mix (AKA Boxer Chow)
Parent Breeds: Chow Chow and Boxer
These medium sized pups have short moderately-shedding coats that are tan, brown, or white, with distinct black muzzles.
While they are good family dogs, they can be distrustful of strangers. They need frequent daily exercise but don’t do well in hot weather.
31. Weimaraner Boxer mix (AKA Boweimar)
Parent Breeds: Weimaraner and Boxer
These obedient dogs are ready to learn new tricks! They are large dogs but more slender than purebred Boxers.
They have short coats that rarely shed and sweet, obedient temperaments. They will bark excessively to demand attention.
32. Corgi Boxer mix (AKA Coxer)
Parent Breeds: Corgi and Boxer
These medium pups tend to look like a mix of their parents, with a range of coat colors and short to coarse, thick coats. They make great family dogs and are social and outgoing in nature.
33. Schnauzer Boxer mix (AKA Schnoxers)
Parent Breeds: Schnauzer and Boxer
There aren’t many of these mixes around, but they sure are cute. The Schnoxer or BoxSchnauz will look similar to their Schnauzer parent and will need regular brushing and grooming.
34. Hungarian Vizsla Boxer mix (AKA BoxViz)
Parent Breeds: Hungarian Vizsla and Boxer
BoxVizs are medium sized, short-haired dogs full of energy. They may love to “point” at every bird and their hunting side will show.
35. Jack Russell Boxer
Parent Breeds: Jack Russell Terrier and Boxer
Cute as can be, these small to medium sized pups are full of energy and need consistent training and exercise to mellow out their hyper nature.
They don’t shed much but need lots of attention to keep them out of trouble.
More Boxer mixes to love!
If you still are uncertain, check out these additional Boxer mixes:
- Bullmastiff Boxer mix
- Catahoula Boxer mix
- Boxer Dachshund mix
- Plott Hound Boxer mix
- Greyhound Boxer mix
- Black Mouth Cur Boxer mix
- Great Pyrenees Boxer mix
- Basenji Boxer mix
- Bloodhound Boxer mix
- Redbone Coonhound Boxer mix
- Boxer Shih Tzu mix
- Boxer Yorkie mix
- Boxer Pomeranian mix
What is the Best Boxer Mix For You?
Boxers are beloved and popular dogs! It’s hard to resist their fun-loving and sweet temperaments. If owning a purebred dog isn’t your thing, consider adopting one of the popular Boxer mixes listed above.
You are sure to find the right designer blend of lovable traits that is right for your family.
What do you think after reading about these Boxer mixes? Which one is your favorite? Do you already own a Boxer mix? We’d love to hear about it in the comments!
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