How to Draw a Boxer Dog

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw a Boxer Dog in 8 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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Below are the individual steps - you can click on each one for a High Resolution printable PDF version.

At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Boxer Dog.

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How to Draw a Boxer Dog - Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step 1: First, let's draw the top part of the boxer's head. This is the part that will contain the eyes and ears. Leave an opening on the right side for the lower part of the head.

Step 2: In the opening, draw the lower part of the head. Also give your drawing some details by adding the eye and the spots for the whiskers.

Step 3: Now it's time to draw the nose and the mouth. Remember, boxers have very floppy cheeks called jowls, so they fold down on both sides of the mouth.

Step 4: Next, draw the ears. Put one in the opening on the side, and the other coming out of the back. Boxers have long and pointy ears that stand up tall when they hear something important.

Step 5: Now draw the back. The body is long and it has a short, pointy tail. Think of a triangle with only two sides.

Step 6: Then draw the back leg and the lower part of the body. Be sure to leave space for the front leg.

Step 7: The next step is the front leg. Also draw the neck, connecting the front leg and the head.

Step 8: Last, draw the other two feet, peeking out from behind the feet you already drew.

Interesting Facts about Boxer Dogs

Boxer dogs originally came from Germany. They are known to be very good with children. They are quite active and like to exercise, or they get bored. They are usually brown, tan, or black, and they have brown eyes.

Did you know?

  • Boxer dogs grow to be between 21 and 24 inches tall. They usually weigh between 53 and 70 pounds. Males are typically larger than females.
  • The lifespan of a boxer dog is 11 to 14 years.
  • In Germany, when they were first developed, boxer dogs were used for hunting, fighting, and working.
  • American soldiers first brought boxer dogs home when they returned from World War II in the 1940s, and they became popular in the United States.
  • Boxer dogs are prone to some forms of cancer and heart problems.
  • Boxer dogs are sensitive to the weather. They got hot and chilly quickly.

Boxer dogs are highly intelligent, and they can be easily trained. They are obedient and playful, which makes them great family pets. If you have a pet boxer, be sure to take it for walks daily or let it run around the yard for a while. They need exercise so that they are not too hyper when they are indoors.