The Boxer is a very interesting breed in regard to color. Some breeds can have over 15 color combinations!
The Boxer has only 3 distinct colors combinations:
For info on Black Boxers, click here. We will discuss the meaning of Fawn and Brindle as it can be quite a range of colors on this dog breed. Not sure what color your Boxer is? Our guide will let you know! Click here for the facts regarding Black Boxer dogs.
- Fawn with white and black markings
- Brindle with white and black markings
- White - sometimes with black or fawn patches, also know as a "Check" Boxer.
What exactly is the color fawn in regard to dogs? This sample is a golden fawn. However, as you will see, fawn is a range of hues.
This is a fawn Boxer. This fawn is the standard for the term. With white markings on the chest, paws, ankles and face and with black on the muzzle, this Boxer meets breed standards perfectly.
This is a red fawn Boxer. As you can see, this fawn is darker and deeper, producing a slight shading of red.
If a Boxer has more than 1/3 of white on their body, this dog will be classified as Parti-color. Which simply means that the dog is not officially fawn, she is a mix of colors.