Do boxers have webbed feet?

Answer

According to Big Mac Boxers, boxer dogs do not have webbed feet. Unlike other breeds of dogs that were bred to swim, boxers have paws, which indicates that they are intended to be land animals.

In addition to not having webbed feet, boxers also lack a long tail that would further assist them in maneuvering through water. Of course, boxers have many other valuable traits. Boxers are known for craving attention and being devoted companions for their human counterparts as well as for being instinctive guardians. For these reasons and others, boxers have been used as guide dogs in the past. While they may not be the world's best swimmers, boxers are generally considered to be trustworthy family dogs.

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