The Boxachi is a cross between the Boxador and the Chihuahua. They are medium to small dogs that can inherit the small face of the Chihuahua or the somewhat wrinkled face of the Boxador. Boxachis have semi-folded ears, a short muzzle, and round to almond eyes. The legs are short but stoutly built, while the tail is curled upwards.
|Other Names||Boxer Chihuahua Mix|
|Coat||Short, glossy, straight|
|Colors||Dark Brown, Light Brown, Tan, Golden, Brindle|
|Group (of Breed)||Crossbreed|
|Lifespan||10 to 15 years|
|Height (Size)||Small to Medium (depending upon the dominating genes from parents)|
|Personality Traits||Affectionate, playful, loyal, active, alert, brave|
|Good with Children||Yes|
|Good for New/First-time Owners||Yes|
|Climatic Compatibility||Not good with climatic extremities (especially cold)|
|Competitive Registration/ Qualification Information||DBR, IDCR|
Much like its parents, the Boxachi is a highly intelligent breed with a clever and alert expression, and are loyal and fond of their owners and family members. If they are brought up together, they are good with kids and other pets and can mingle with them well.
Not being too adaptable to weather changes, some individuals might bear the heat, but hardly low temperatures. Some Boxachis can be quite active, while others are average. Either way, owing to their short stature, they are suited for apartment life.
Boxachis are courageous, with an innate guarding instinct. They would begin with their loud complaints the moment they find anyone ‘suspicious’ around, a habit that makes them a good watchdog.
Considering its small to average stature, 2½ to 3 cups of high-quality dry kibbles would keep them in good health.