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Old 08-26-2006, 08:49 AM
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Hello I am looking for boxer breeders in the Maryland area but I can not find any. Can any one help me. With any links please.
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Old 08-26-2006, 09:04 AM
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sure h/o a min

EDIT:http://www.breeders.net/Boxer-search.html
http://www.thepetprofessor.com/
for the pet proffesor click the third one going from left to right
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http://www.bc-wny.com/

http://home.comcast.net/~easternboxerclub/

http://americanboxerclub.org/ (this is the home page for the ABC)

FYI, I know nothing about boxers. But, when I was looking for a keeshond puppy, the first thing I did was hit the breed club of America website for a list of breeder referrals.

Then, out of those, I chose the breeder I thought would be best for me, and waited about a year to get a puppy.

I suggest doing something similarly. A year is a good span to prepare for a pup- baby gates, chew toys, crates, the first vaccines, all the food, the grooming supplies...shew!

Crazy fun times! Keeps us updated and make sure to post lots of pics!
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Depending on what you want a pup for, pet or showing, I would first contact your local kennel club, and boxer breed clubs. Try to find out wheh some shows are on and meet breeders. Or if it is a pet you want then how about rescue.
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Old 08-26-2006, 10:49 AM
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how to find a responsible breeder

checklist for a responsible breeder

you could also consider a shelter or rescue dog: http://www.petfinder.com

if you buy from a breeder be absolutely certain they do thorough cardiac testing. the breed is absolutely rife with heart problems and they are no fun to deal with.
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Depending on what you want a pup for, pet or showing, I would first contact your local kennel club, and boxer breed clubs. Try to find out wheh some shows are on and meet breeders. Or if it is a pet you want then how about rescue.
We are just looking for a pet in the home. We went to 4 animal shelter. We only found one breeder in Maryland. She has not contact us yet it has been a week and we called her every day and have yet to get a call back.
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well good luck with that
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