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Old 04-10-2009, 01:47 PM
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Black is genetically impossible in boxers. They are either heavy brindle (reverse brindle..and some people called sealed brindle, which is not a correct term either) or they are mutts.

So called black boxer breeders have started breeding the Heavily brindled boxers to other Heavily brindled boxers getting solid brindles....which look black to the average eye, or even that they are so heavily brindled that you can't tell unless in the sunlight....

But no, black boxers are NOT possible.

(and those breeders that use the frau stockman book and such haven't read or comprehended it either....)
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Old 04-10-2009, 02:25 PM
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are the sites i was on , totally not anyone i would buy from but they got me curious!
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Old 04-10-2009, 03:12 PM
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That site itself admits they are sealed brindle litters...lol...niiiicce

AKC CH....where....i don't see any of their dogs being shown..sigh

Yeah i would recommend finding a BETTER breeder....sigh...

NOT black boxers....this is their statement on their site

We breed him with champion fawn and brindle females in an effort to achieve the best quality Black Boxer.

A fawn and brindle produce FAWN AND BRINDLE and sometimes WHITE...not BLACK...oy...

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Old 04-10-2009, 03:25 PM
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That site is a great example of someone NOT understanding the fine points of their own breed stnadard. Those dogs are not 'champion quality'. They've got topline faults and poor angulation and I'm not even getting into heads, since I know NOTHING about boxer heads. :P That pretty arch of neck that I like aobut really good boxers is totally absent, too!

No one with decent girls would be willing to use that boy as a stud dog!
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Old 04-10-2009, 03:48 PM
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Holy cow. How can someone have their litter graded and priced when they still all look like gerbils?
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Old 04-10-2009, 04:38 PM
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Reminds me of the time I met a Berner "breeder" at an Eye Cert. last year. He brought his 13 month old BI-COLOR (yup, that's right - black & white) male Berner pup for certification. He told me he was one of three breeders in the U.S. who breeds extremely rare, Bi-Colored Berners. He said they are very popular overseas. ??????????????????????????????
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Old 04-10-2009, 04:52 PM
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I can't say they have their litter graded...lmfao...my guess is they just look at color and markings and say oh yes, here is how much we will ask for THIS one...sigh


OY....very "sad" looking boxers

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Old 04-10-2009, 05:17 PM
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There's some things you CAN tell at birth. For example, if you're in a breed with specified markings, you can probably rule out some pups at birth due to having too much (or not enough) white- so you KNOW those will go to pet (or possibly performance homes, but that needs to wait based on temperament.)
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I don't know about labs.
Brindle in purebred labs does happen.

Mismarks & other odd markings in Labradors part 2 - Woodhaven Labradors
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"black" boxers are all the rage around here at the moment. in fact, the woman i know with one who suffered from generalized demodex and yet still bred her because she wanted to make more omg rare! black boxer$ caused me to feel a lot of rage....
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