Boxer Labrador cross (or Boxadors as they are also known) grown to be fairly big dogs; coming in at an average height of about 60cm. The weight is difficult to predict as it varies so much depending on how much muscle and fat the dog has. It would also depend on which Boxer or Labrador traits have been passed on; for example boxer dogs have a lot more muscle mass than Labradors, the genes passed on could therefore have a huge effect on the weight.
Boxadors tend to be very affectionate and gentle pets although, due to the strength of these dogs, they are not necessarily an ideal pet when there are small children in the home. A full Labrador on the other hand would be a perfect pet as they are very gentle and loyal dogs, and although are strong, they don't have the same kind of bulk and muscle mass that boxer dogs have. Boxadors need a lot of exercise, they are big dogs and to remain healthy need to be taken on a minimum of two lengthy walks each day.
Although people call Boxer Labrador cross dogs a Boxador, this is purely a colloquialism rather than an actual official breed. It takes many years for one to call a cross breed a breed of its own, and Boxadors have not been around that long. I have used the term purely to make it clear whether I was talking about the cross breed or the Labrador or Boxer individually.
I have a boxer/lab mix and she's 2 1/2 years old and such a great dog! Very energetic, but also great with small children and she constantly wants attention. Her father is a full blooded boxer weighing 70lbs and her mother was a lab mix (mix unknown) and weighed about 45lbs. Their puppy has outgrown her daddy by a couple of inches and weighs about 85-90 pounds. She's lean and her head comes nearly to my waist...I'm 5'2. So yes these dogs have the potential to grow extremely large. I kept a puppy from the last litter my dogs had...he's around 6 months and already he's showing signs of being as large as, if not larger, than his sister.
I just took my new little girl to the vet for the first time with the same question. She is a lab boxer mix as well and I was told to expect between 50-60 lbs. Females generally weigh less than the males.
I have a male Boxer/lab mix, about 1 1/2 yrs old. He is 80 pounds and very muscular. This is an extremely high energy, cheerful dog. If you aren't very active and can supply lots and lots of exercise, get a different mix.
Ours weights 95 lbs. His mom, a boxer, weighs 45 lbs. His dad is an unknown, large lab.
I am adopting a box/lab. Hes 6 weeks old and 4 lbs. Any help??
We are looking @ a Boxer /Lab mix. We live in a condo and are not supposed to have a dog over 50#. The mother is a yellow lab ~ 45lbs and the father is a Boxer who was smaller. Is there any reliable way to think this puppy would be under 50 lbs? Thoughts?
The only way to tell is to judge by the parents because I have a boxer lab mix and he is only 5 and a half months old and he weighs about 43 pounds and mostly muscle so there are way to many factors to figure for a good estimate . Are you active do you run a lot with him or her do you play a lot is he/she active healthy or non healthy appetite I mean cmon there basically like humans
! Think about it ...but 250 pounds I don't see that happening thats quite ridiculous
Your dog looks more like a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix - maybe he's a ridgeback/ boxer mix. Male ridgebacks generally run about 85-110 lbs - depending on their size. Our ridgeback is almost 5 yrs old and 95 lbs. Look up the breed - I hope he is a ridgeback mix - they are the BEST dogs! You're going to love him!
It actually counts on what his parents weighed so yeah...
It will get pretty large, I'm no expert, but id say about 80-95 lbs
I think, my boxer lab mix is about 70 lbs and he's about 5 years old.
I have one that is two years old and he is 80lbs and is such a wonderful loving dog. Love these two breeds together!!
Mine is almost 7 and she weighs about 55 pounds and is an average height.
Our lab got out and we think had a liter of boxadors and we kept 3 girls from the litter and they are 6 months and weigh about 50-60 pounds and the boys from the litter weigh about 70-80 at 6 months
Ummmm...def. Not 200 lbs! I have one that's a year old and he weighs 50.
I'm not an offion but I have a boxer mix and she ways 120 lbs.
I have 2 boy lab/boxer mix. One of my dogs look like a lab and my other one looks like a boxer. But my question is my dog that looks like a boxer is losing weight and hair, is that normal?? He eats 3 times a day. Morning noon and night.. Has anyone had this problem???
I am a scientist and a boxer ader owner they will weigh 50-65 pounds and will be 22-23inches tall.They were bred for elderly people to take care of and they are a great family pet medium sized pet.Great for me, my kids, and of course my grand kids.
Yea We have a 3 year old Lab/Boxer and possible collie mix, which we thought for the longest time was a dobermann lab mix, but he weighs in at around 90 pounds, but I do belive it all depends on the parents average weight, and YES they are VERY high energy dogs lol
Alamos to my hip I am 5''5 in so yea
He will get pretty big because boxers and labs are really big dogs so maybe 2 ft tall and he sould weigh around 80 ponds
Wow puplord's answer say AROUND AN ADULT and you guys are saying less than half that weight for your 1 year olds.
They can go up to 200 pounds, its true look it up =p
I am a scientist and a boxerader will weigh 50-65 pounds and will be less than 2 feet tall. I have 2 boxeraders. I love them they are so nice,friendly,great guard dog. This dog was breed for elderly people so they can be o.k
We have a boxer that we think is crossed with a lab(although we are not sure) and he weighs 65 pounds at three years old. Most male boxers max out at about 70 pounds. AKC standard for an American lab tops them at about 70 pounds and an English lab can weigh up to 150 pounds. 250 pounds!!!??? That's just ridiculous
Our dog looks very similar with the same color and markings. We know that the mother is a Boxer, but the father is unknown - perhaps Lab or Rhodesian Ridgeback. Duke is almost 2 years old and weighs about 75 pounds. He is the best dog!! He is good with people and with other dogs!
An average boxer weighs 60-70 pounds and an average lab weighs 60-75 pounds so do the math
You guys r stupid around an adult