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Name: kayla | Date: Jun 15th, 2010 3:45 AM
i have a ? and i hope some one hass an answer if a pit,lab,and boxer mix puppy that is 8 months old gets in to a dog fight and taste nblood are they likly to keep atticing from this point on 

Name: Lori | Date: Jun 19th, 2010 5:25 AM
I own 2 pitbulls, and they are my best friends, I was afraid of pit bulls and shrieked at the mention of them. I was afraid of all the talk. But my dogs love people. They have never been allowed to show aggression.And have been socialized well,a MUST!The more you introduce them to people and other dogs, the more quickly they are comfortable to new friends.They will always be protective of you, but will recognize when you are threatened or when you are calm.The best breed I have ever owned or ever will. Good luck! 

Name: casey | Date: Jun 24th, 2010 6:32 PM
if u have kids teach him not to bite and don' put him around smaller dogs when he is grown i have a grown 1 and he don't like my smaller 

Name: george | Date: Jul 16th, 2010 4:12 AM
i have one that i raised from a pup they are pretty good with kids you just need to keep an eye on them the breed hates it when its not the center of your life so i make my do a time out and lay down out of site in a room by it self 

Name: greg | Date: Jul 17th, 2010 1:34 PM
I have had a bull/boxer for 9-years his name is Chester. He has been my closest friend/companion and has been a inspiration for dealing with my illnessI. I 

Name: luv ya kilo | Date: Jul 21st, 2010 11:07 AM
ive just got a red nose pitt bull cross douge de bordeaux pup hes a little stunner but worried about his mouthing can anyone help plz 


Name: JC | Date: Aug 8th, 2010 2:28 PM
Be very firm with them. They need lots of discipline and clear boundaries. They are strong so its important that they are obedient. They are fun dogs a bit mischievous at times. They love to go after squirrels, ground hogs etc. I wouldn't trust that they understand the difference between a domestic animal and a squirrel. They like to hunt and especially like to go after small furry creatures, cats included. Generally, boxers and pits are great around children. To be extra sure bring yours to dog training. You always have to watch dogs around children no matter what the breed or temperament. Lots of discipline and lots of love. Enjoy. 

Name: Hagrid | Date: Aug 14th, 2010 2:22 AM
I adopted a dog from the shelter back in December of '09. He was listed as a 'Pit' . After looking at him and other dogs I have come to the conclusion that he is a Boxer/Pit Mix.

He is a very fun, Very loving, and quite intelligent.. In the time I have had him I have taught him a few trick/commands: Sit, stay, down, off, shake, and step. 

Name: Jaeslin | Date: Aug 20th, 2010 6:19 AM
I have one to she is good when you tell her no I would say tell the kids if she hurts them to hit her and take her outside. 

Name: wes | Date: Aug 20th, 2010 11:05 PM
i have a 2 year lod blue nose pitbull that always sinks i wash her with baby shampoo and she still sinks the vet says she is hyper allagnic i have tryed everything she also breaks out in rashes if some one can give me some seggestions About my dog i would REALLY aperate it i know i cant spell very well 

Name: pitbulmixe boxer owner | Date: Sep 7th, 2010 9:44 PM
hi my name is Sylvie.I'm proud owner of pittbull mix with boxer.My female is pittbull and she had five puppies august 14 so they will be one month on september 14.If you need more info my email is [email protected] the way i Live in Edson Alberta...11/2 from Edmonton....They are for sale at this point.....Thank You 

Name: pitbulmixe boxer owner | Date: Sep 7th, 2010 9:46 PM
my female pittbull and my boxer are both pure breed brindal....sylvie 

Name: Alison | Date: Sep 19th, 2010 8:49 PM
We recieved our pit/boxer almost 3 months ago. Lola is now 6 months. She follows me everywhere I go, and cries when I leave her, even though my 4 year old and husband are home. I am always strong with my training and attitude around my dog. She has been crate trained, which I believe is the best thing. Start early with training, be the pack leader and your dog will do whatever you want it to. Lola is my best friend! 

Name: Brittany | Date: Sep 24th, 2010 5:24 PM
I have a pitbull boxer mix right now. She is the smartest dog i have ever had. she is incredibly loyal and loving. She is very protective over my little brother, she always has been even when we first got her. Mine has an extremely sweet personality and has never hurt anyone. Mine has also never attacked anyone who has come to our house. As far as i know, they are very easy to train, it just takes time and patience, as with any other dog. The only thing i would tell you to watch out for is that they are called boxers for a reason, they like using their paws. Mine likes to reach her paw out and grab things when shes playing. Just keep its claws clipped and it shouldnt be a problem. 

Name: frank | Date: Sep 24th, 2010 9:01 PM
I brought home a pitt/boxer about two years ago because this girl at work couldn't take care of him in her small apartment. We had five acres. She just gave him to me. I actually snuck him home because we were staying with my grandma for a short time. He is the sweetest baby you'll ever know. He would get so excited to see you when you came home from work. He treats it as if you'd been gone for an eternity. He is only 3 and has recently been on a bad path. He's allowed to raom free on our five acres and he's protective. He barks at cars he doesn't recognize or ones that pass by slowly, which is all fine. He jump our fence just the other day to bark at a man that he'd never seen before. He circled him and barked many times. When we gained control of the situation the man threatened to shoot him. The next day the sheriff came over and said it would be best to put him down or chain him up. We hate the idea of chaining him up. The man has a right to carry a gun and protect himself. So right now, my family and I are having a hard time facing the fact that putting him down would be in all of our best interest. My parents could face charges if something were to happen. We have never exposed him to any negativity or bad behavior. We treat him as if he were our own child, brother, or friend. He and my dad really took to each other. We'd take him in car rides all the time or take him out for a treat. How can we part from him? Why does this have to be an option? He's my baby. 

Name: rick | Date: Oct 1st, 2010 6:20 PM
My dog had puppies last night. She had nine but one died for some reason. Eight seem to be healthy. She is a pitbull and the father is a boxer. I live in Benbrook ,Texas between Granbury and Fort Worth. I guess in a couple of months they will be ready for a new home. Email is [email protected] 

Name: head | Date: Oct 4th, 2010 4:55 AM
i have a boxer 6 weeks old 

Name: Ilovelucy | Date: Oct 5th, 2010 4:51 AM
I recently got a pit/boxer puppy she is now barely 4 months old and I love her very much. I am having a hard time with teaching her when she is playing to ruff. I am thinking she will calm down as she grows older but if she doesnt I am in a world of trouble! lol 

Name: Alex | Date: Oct 7th, 2010 9:42 PM
Hi i have a male pitbul mixer of boxer one year old have a lot of cold on his eyes
what to do 

Name: tray | Date: Oct 8th, 2010 6:36 PM
how can i tell if my pitbull full blooded? 

Name: christine | Date: Oct 20th, 2010 10:37 PM
i have a pit bull and boxer mixed please help me i need to find him a good home he is about 8 months old big blue eyes loves other animals and some people he does not like being alone at all he needs constant human attetion he has potty issues and loves to eat electronic things i work 10 hours aday 7 days a week i took him in because i didt want him to die in a shelter please some one come and get him hes free to a good home i live in corry pa 13210 route 6 lot 14 16407 

Name: shaneo | Date: Oct 25th, 2010 4:42 PM
i have a 6 month old pitt and dalmation is that a good breed 

Name: cj | Date: Oct 29th, 2010 5:50 PM
what should i feed my baby pitbull/boxer puppy to keep it healthy and strong 

Name: Sharon | Date: Oct 30th, 2010 2:33 AM
iam getting a boxerpitbull given to me tomorrow and what i like to know is how big does this dog get? 

Name: Alex | Date: Nov 2nd, 2010 9:40 PM
my wonderful blue pit will not listen to me at all 

Name: Scar | Date: Nov 10th, 2010 7:41 PM
I want to adopt a Pitbull - boxer cross but i'm lost on were to start any links would be great 

Name: Kristin | Date: Dec 2nd, 2010 3:04 PM
My Pitbull/boxer mix puppies were born today, i've been waiting for them for almost three weeks now! I'm sooo excited i cant wait to begin training! wish me luck! 

Name: D | Date: Dec 7th, 2010 3:54 PM
I have a Chow, Pitbull, and a boxer should i leave them alone 

Name: Jessica | Date: Dec 10th, 2010 4:30 PM
does anyone want a red nois
pittbull 

Name: g. meyer | Date: Dec 25th, 2010 7:23 PM
I have a 7 year-old bullboxer, Oscar. He is the best dog I have ever had. He is extremely loyal. Although he is bigger than the rest of our pack, he is gentle, affectionate and always a perfect gentleman. He is great w/ my grandbabies. They say they were bred in England in the early 1900 because the boxer matures so slowly and the bully breeds had that tendancy to chase. It is just my opinion...but I think they are the very best 'hybrid' around. 

Name: Erick | Date: Jan 3rd, 2011 4:04 AM
My pit Chloe will be having puppies soon they will be pit and boxer mix. I will have them for sale to good homes. I am in northern CA if you are interested let me know. 

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