Here at Grayson Boxers we dedicate our lives to improving the Boxer breed traits, character, and temperament. We have taken great pride in raising our dogs with love and devotion. You cannot go wrong when you decide that a Boxer is right for you and your family.
We have a variety of colors including brindle, fawn and white. We do not breed sealed boxers as they are not part of the breed standard. Please be ready to devote lots of time to raising a puppy before purchasing one. Puppies can be a lot to handle if your not ready.
We currently have a litter available. If you would like to place a deposit on one of our puppies, please send 500.00 via PayPal as friends and family to along with what sex & color you are looking for. All deposits are non-refundable, they may however be pushed to the next litter if there is not a puppy you desire. A spay/neuter contract will have to be filled out and the remaining 1300 is due at the time of pick up. All puppies are out of health tested parents.
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If your interested in breeding a female to one of our males, please make sure that your female have the required testing per AKC guidelines.
TESTING AND REPORTING GUIDELINES
ABC Health & Research Committee
Use and interpretation of tests should be in consultation with your veterinarian or veterinary specialist.
HypothyroidismThyroid Panel 24 months and Annually for Breeding
AS / SAS Auscultation & Doppler Echocardiogram 24 mos. Only once
Boxer Cardiomyopathy Holter Monitor done at 12 months and annually for Breeding
(ARVC Only Recommended) once only
Degenerative Myelopathy (Recommended) once only
Heart disease can be inherited or it can be caused by bacterial, viral or parasitic agents these are NOT inherited. The damage appears the same in some cases. A screening program can help determine the origin. All hearts should be ausculted at each veterinary visit. This is particularly important prior to any surgery, including ear cropping. If a murmur is detected the dog should be evaluated to determine the cause and significance of the murmur. Murmurs may be innocent ("flow" murmurs) or may be an indication of structural heart disease such as aortic stenosis, sub aortic stenosis, septal defects or defects of the mitral, tricuspid or pulmonic valves. Echo with Doppler measurements can accurately find and diagnose the origin of murmurs which cannot always be heard or reliably pinpointed by auscultation alone.
1. Maximum flow values have recently been reevaluated and raised to 2.4 IF there is no evidence of structural causes. The cardiologist should determine if the flow value for an individual Boxer is of concern. Current information is that AS/SAS may develop upon sexual maturity in dogs that were previously tested clear, thus the new recommendation for 24 mos. minimum age. Boxer Cardiomyopathy is a complex condition that is still under study.
2. Thyroid panel must include the following tests: TGAA (Thyroglobulin auto antibodies), Total T4AA, Free T4AA (by equilibrium dialysis), cTSH. (Optional tests include T3 and free T3)
3. Because these results can change over time, or because the age at testing may be significant, it is essential to list the date of the most recent test in each case. There are no normal values for some of the recommended tests, and there can be differing opinions between experts in the field.