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Dogs Tea Party (1958)

Well, there’s no point in constantly moaning about leading a dog’s life… So why not snap out of it and have a party like these chaps in South London. The awesome footage was filmed in 1958 in London. Watch & enjoy:

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Boxer Dogs (1961)

Here’s another awesome old footage about the Boxer dog breed. In this video you can see great shots of boxer dogs, showing them as house-pets with their puppies, being trained as police dogs and as guard dogs. It was shoot in West Germany in 1961. Watch & enjoy:

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Lion Among The Pups (1957)

Here’s another AMAZING old footage of Boxer dogs. Meet Daisy, the Boxer, and her puppies. With them an unexpected companion… a Lion called Negus. Negus is brought up by Daisy and remains a member of the family. Here they are having their meal.

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Boxer Puppies (1956)

If you’re a Boxer lover you’ll love this old footage! Lady Pixie is a proud mamma of this 14 adorable Boxer puppies. This short video was shoot in¬†Hammersmith, London, in 1956. Watch & enjoy:

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Best Breed Ever: Boxers!

Did you know that Boxers are a mix between an old British Bulldog and the now-extinct Bullenbeisser? Boxers were first bred in Germany during the mid-1800s as butcher dogs… They’ve also became one of the first Military Dogs! To learn more interesting facts about the best breed in the World watch the video:

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Boxer’s War Service

The Boxer is a dog breed known for its habit of getting up on its hind legs and using its paws as though it were boxing, hence its name. The boxer was recognized as an efficient working dog in the early 1900s. This led the German military to approve it as the first breed well-suited […]

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The Boxer: Early Origins

The Boxer is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. Known for its superb skills and its balanced behavior, it has the ability to serve multiple roles. Because of this, these dogs are kept both as pets and working companions. How this breed came about is a story in itself. This article […]