How big will a Boxer lab mix get?

How big will a Boxer lab mix get?

23 to 25 inches
That said, as a mix between Boxer and Labrador Retriever parents, you can expect Boxadors to be in the medium to large category. Most weigh in at 50 to 110 pounds and range in height from 23 to 25 inches at the shoulder.

How much should a 2 year old Boxer weigh?

Male Boxer Growth and Weight Chart

Age Weight
11 months 57 – 66 lbs
1 year 57 – 68 lbs
1.5 years old 60 – 70 lbs
2 years 60 – 70 lbs

How old does a boxer Labrador Retriever Mix live?

Labrador Retrievers have a lifespan of 11-12 years. And, on average, Boxers live around 9-10 years. So in theory you can expect Boxer Labrador mix puppies to reach anywhere between 9 and 12 years old. In practice studies tend to find that cross bred dogs in general, live longer on average than most pure bred dogs.

Is there such a thing as a Boxer lab mix?

The shape and conformation of Boxer Lab mix dogs can vary. Some will have shorter snouts, more closely resembling the Boxer parent. But others may have a longer snout, like the Labrador parent. In terms of health, it is better for dogs to inherit the Lab’s longer muzzle.

How big does a full grown Boxer lab get?

Labradors weigh anywhere from 55 to 80 pounds. This varies quite a lot because Labs come in two types, English and American. English “show” Labs tend to be stockier and heavier. Boxers normally weigh between 55 and 70 pounds. When fully grown, a Boxer can be up to around 25 inches tall. A fully grown Lab will normally be slightly shorter.

How much does a boxador boxer mix cost?

Unlike some designer dog breeds, the Boxador price does not seem to have gone to extremes. This is possibly because, due to their size, they have fewer potential appropriate homes to go to. In the US, you can expect to pay somewhere between $300 – $700 for a Boxer Lab mix puppy.

How big does a Boxer lab mix get?

BoxerLab Mix Puppies Quick Information Dog Breed Boxador Coat Shiny, short Color Black, black and tan, brindle, white Breed Type Cross breed Group (of Breed) Guard dog, companion dog Lifespan 12 to 15 years Weight Male: 75-110 pounds, Female: 50-65 pounds Height/Size Large; 60 cm (average)

How old is my boxador Boxer lab dog?

“This is my Boxer / Lab (Boxador) Stormie. She is approx. a year and a half old. We saved her from a shelter last November. She loves lying around, playing fetch and going for rides in the truck. She likes playing outside and going on walks and does great with other dogs and kids.

When was the first Boxer lab mix registered?

However, it is recognized by several smaller designer dog clubs in the USA. As far as the parent breeds go, the Boxer was one of the very first breeds ever to be registered with the AKC, dating back to 1904. The Labrador was registered with the Kennel Club in England the year before, in 1903, but wasn’t recognized by the AKC until 1913.

How often should a Labrador Retriever and Boxer Mix exercise?

Labrador Boxer mix exercise: Like the Lab and the Boxer, the Boxador needs to be regularly exercised twice daily for about 30 minutes per session. They need to be exercised to keep lean because like the Lab these dogs have little self control when it comes to food and have the tendency to put on weight.