Boxer Ou Dogue De Bordeaux?
Dogue De Bordeaux is originated from France but Boxer is originated from Germany. Both Dogue De Bordeaux and Boxer are having almost same height. Dogue De Bordeaux may weigh 33 kg / 73 pounds more than Boxer.
What is a Dogue de boxer?
The Dogue de Boxer is a mix of the Boxer and the Dogue de Bordeaux. The Boxer is a large breed and the Dogue is a giant breed so your Dogue de Boxer will likely be large to giant. They are usually about 24 inches tall and weigh an average of 90 pounds. Because of their size and courage, they are considered to be excellent guard dogs
What kind of dog is a Dogue de Bordeaux?
The Dogue de Bordeaux originated in the middle ages in France from the Mastiff where it was used for hunting, fighting, guarding, and as a military dog. Like the Boxer, they are thought to be ancestors of the Molossus breed from ancient Rome.
What breed is a Bordeaux mastiff?
Like the Boxer, they are thought to be ancestors of the Molossus breed from ancient Rome. This breed is also known as the French or Bordeaux Mastiff but was registered as the Dogue de Bordeaux in 2008 by the AKC where it is the 63rd most popular dog breed.
What kind of dog is a boxer?
The Boxer originated in the 1800s in Germany and was used as a guard dog, to bait bulls, and in dog fighting. They are believed to have descended from the Tibetan Mastiff, which was a 16th century fighting dog.