Where Can I Get Online Information and Pics of Boxer Jack Russell Terrier Mix Dogs?

We want an idea of how big he will get and what he may look like.
We just wonder if he will be more than 50 lbs, that is the largest our landlord will allow.

Unfortunately, with mixed breeds, you have no idea what to expect. It's just not predictable at all. The best thing you can do is to find a mixed breed of smaller sized dogs in general, rather than a large/medium and a small together, where the pup could take on either size or some where in the middle.

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  • DP

    You can only guess.. There is no consistency in a mixed breed litter.. Your dog might look like either parent or neither parent.
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  • Laura

    Because he's a mutt, you really don't know. He could get as large as a boxer or stay as small as a Jack or be somewhere in between.

    In a litter of mutts, all the puppies will look very different, even if mom and dad were purebreds of whatever breeds.

    Please neuter your dog before he's 6 months old. Thank you !
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  • mmcrobinson

    That is the beauty of a mutt… They are full of suprises….
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  • KMK

    The biggest that your dog will get is 60 lbs. That is a small boxer. The odds of you finding a picture of that mix is very small. Know that you will have a very smart and high energy dog. My guess is that your dog will be between 30-50lbs.
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  • Shadow's Melon

    Unfortunately, with mixed breeds, you have no idea what to expect. It's just not predictable at all. The best thing you can do is to find a mixed breed of smaller sized dogs in general, rather than a large/medium and a small together, where the pup could take on either size or some where in the middle.
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  • psycho sid vicious fan

    He shouldn't be more than 50 pounds.
    He should be between the size of a jack russell and a boxer.
    Heres a picture of one, its not that big
    http://www.dogsindepth.com/mutts/jack_russell_terrier_boxer.html
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  • cute24

    google images and google web search
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  • PawPrint

    Since you have to make your landlord happy, I would say to look at another dog. It would be awful for the poor innocent do to be kicked out of their home at 1 year old because your landlord was afraid they were too big.

    It would be much more fair to you and whatever new dog you bring home to make sure you have a breed that is far under the requirements of where you live.

    You want to be fair to everyone; you, doggy and your landlord :)
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    http://www.BoxerCentral.com