At this time, we do not have any available Boxer puppies.
Please go to our "Upcoming Boxer Litters" page to view our upcoming Boxers and to make a reservation on your favorite litter/pairings
All puppies on this litter have been reserved
Delivered: August 14th

Updated puppy pictures will be emailed to families between 9/27th -10/02

Puppy pick up - Monday Oct 9th

 ( Please know that we do not do puppy pick ups in the evenings or on weekends )
Puppy pick up for this litter is Oct 3rd.
All puppies have been reserved

Brooklyn and Zeus' Puppies at 6 weeks old in the play yard


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 Now Taking Reservations On Our Upcoming Litters

 Please go to our "Upcoming Boxer Litters" page or our "Upcoming Pug Litters" page to see our upcoming pairings. If your interested in reserving a spot on any of our upcoming litters, please go to our "how to reserve your puppy" page.

We no longer allow visits prior to picking up your puppy or to view any available puppies that we may have younger than 8 weeks.

We have made this our policy for the following reasons:

We have been advised by our vet that the general public should not be allowed inside our home and that puppies should not be picked up by new owners until they are 8 weeks of age at which time they have had their first puppy vaccinations and some immunity has built up against infectious diseases and illnesses. There is a real danger that diseases can migrate into our home and puppies that are not yet vaccinated will be susceptible to these viruses and bacteria.

In the best interest of our puppies and adult Boxers, we are very careful about preventing the transmission of diseases to them. We take every precaution that we can to make sure that our puppies are not exposed to any kinds of disease that you may carry on your shoes or even on your hands. These diseases can be picked up and carried on your shoes for days, anywhere a dog has been, parks, pet stores, rest stops, parking lots, anywhere. Therefore as a precaution no one is allowed to touch or handle or visit while un-vaccinated puppies are on the premises.