How big do Boxadors get?

Answered by Stephen Mosley

I actually have personal experience with Boxadors, as I own one myself! So I can definitely provide some insight into their size. Boxadors generally fall into the large breed category, with an average height range of 21.5 to 25 inches at the shoulder. However, it’s important to note that individual dogs may vary slightly in size depending on their genetics and lineage.

In terms of weight, Boxadors can range from 50 to 80 pounds. Again, this can vary depending on factors such as the specific mix of Boxer and Labrador genes in the dog. My own Boxador is on the larger side, weighing in at around 75 pounds, but I’ve also seen smaller Boxadors weighing around 50 pounds.

When it comes to their lifespan, Boxadors typically live for about 10 to 12 years. Of course, this can vary depending on various factors such as their overall health, diet, exercise, and genetics.

One thing to keep in mind is that Boxadors are a mix of two active and muscular breeds, so they tend to have a solid and sturdy build. They often inherit the strong and athletic physique of both Boxers and Labrador Retrievers. This makes them quite robust and capable of participating in various physical activities.

Boxadors are known for their larger size, but it’s important to remember that individual dogs can still vary in height and weight. If you’re considering getting a Boxador, it’s always a good idea to meet the parents or at least get an idea of their size to get a better understanding of what your own Boxador might grow up to be like.