A Labrador and boxer mixed breed, known as a Boxador, tends to have the size and temperament of a Labradorhas. The Boxador has a short, shiny coat with a variety of possible colors, including tan, black and brindle. Males weigh 75 to 110 pounds, and females are 50 to 65 pounds.
The Boxador tends to be easily trainable, with a temperament more like a Labrador than a boxer. It is very loyal to its owner and is usually very well-behaved. It learns new tricks easily and is very energetic. The Boxador is prone to separation anxiety and should not be left alone for long periods of time. While this dog has a good temperament, it should be supervised as it is possible for it to become easily overexcited.
The Boxador requires a lot of exercise to remain healthy and should not be kept confined to small, enclosed spaces. It is a great pet for owners who spend a lot of time outdoors and can allow the dog to run and get sufficient exercise. It is a wonderful guard dog because of its loyalty.
The Boxador is generally a very healthy dog, but some individuals are allergic to grains, causing loose stool, stomach problems and skin irritation.