Are all white boxers blind?

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White Boxers are NOT albinos.

They all have some spots of pigmentation somewhere on the body.

Approximately 20 ‐ 25% of the boxers are white due to flashy to flashy boxer breeding.

Because white is not a part of the breed standard, breeders used to euthanize perfectly healthy white puppies.

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They all have some spots of pigmentation somewhere on the body.

White boxers are not rare.

Approximately 20 ‐ 25% of the boxers are white due to flashy to flashy boxer breeding.

Because white is not a part of the breed standard, breeders used to euthanize perfectly healthy white puppies.

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White hair tends to shed more than fawn or brindle hair, perhaps due to a lack of pigment; white boxers may need to be groomed more frequently as a result.

Additionally, many boxers shed heavily during a change of seasons and need grooming daily or every other day throughout the transition.

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They are excellent companions, family pets and enjoy the company of their humans.

A white Boxer dog is not automatically ill or blind or has eye issuesand this color is actually not that rare.

In fact, 25% of all Boxers born are white.

And the majority of them (70 - 75%) are born perfectly healthy.

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They all have some spots of pigmentation somewhere on the body.

White boxers are not rare.

Approximately 20 ‐ 25% of the boxers are white due to flashy to flashy boxer breeding.

White boxers are prone to sunburn.

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Some people claim that white boxers have a higher risk of developing cancer than do fawn or brindle boxers, but this has never been proven to be true.

white boxers, do, however, sunburn more easily, and sun exposure can contribute to skin cancer.

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White boxers are not rare.

Approximately 20 ‐ 25% of the boxers are white due to flashy to flashy boxer breeding.

Because white is not a part of the breed standard, breeders used to euthanize perfectly healthy white puppies.

It is said that the white became a disqualification due to boxers being used as war dogs.

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Boxers are prone to a number of health issues including cancer, thyroid problems and cardiomyopathy.

These illnesses are distributed across the breed as a whole and there is no evidence that white Boxers are more at risk.

Fact: white Boxers are not albinos.

Albino dogs do not have any pigment.

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