Boxer Lab Mix Puppy?

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A boxer lab mix puppy will steal your heart at first glance. Sometimes it is difficult to determine how big a puppy will get, especially if you haven't seen the parents. One way to get a general idea is to look at the size of their paws. The bigger the paw, the bigger the puppy will get. As with all puppies, special care needs to be taken while they are young and in the teething stage. Keep plenty of chew toys around so your pup will chew on those rather than shoes or furniture. If this is a problem, simply tell him, 'no' in a stern voice.
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High-energy and friendly, Labrador retriever mixes typically make good pets. If you’ve just adopted a Lab-mix puppy, you may have some questions on how to take care of it. Fortunately
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It could look like a more muscular boxer or it could look like a less muscular pit-bull. Either way it will not be short hair.
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A mix between these two breeds of dog would not produce a standard type of offspring. You may well get some dogs that look like Boxers and some like Labradors. Some may have short
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A boxer/lab mixed dog woud be called a Boxador, which is a cross between the Boxer and
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