|ALLEGHENY BOXER CLUB
Allegheny Boxer Club was established in 1948. Here at Allegheny Boxer Club, we all have at least two things in common -- we love our Boxers and we love competing with our Boxers!
Members participate and train in the areas of conformation, obedience and agility. Meetings are held monthly in the South Hills suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA, and membership spans most of Western PA, as well as parts of Eastern Ohio.
|BLUE GRASS BOXER CLUB
The Blue Grass Boxer Club was formed early in 1946 by an enthusiastic group of young exhibitors. Their first show was in 1948.
|BLUEBONNET BOXER CLUB INC OF CYPRESS, TX
The Bluebonnet Boxer Club organizational meetings were held in late 1979 & 1980. The Articles of Incorporation were approved and placed on record with the Secretary of the State of Texas, on May 4, 1984. Our club is based in Cypress, TX, however, we accept members throughout the United States. Our Club members' interests range from active pet owners to competing in obedience and agility to showing in conformation.
Phyllis J. Knauff
|BOXER CLUB OF ARIZONA
|BOXER CLUB OF COLORADO
The Boxer Club of Colorado was formed in 1948 as a way for Boxer fanciers to meet, share ideas, hold Specialty shows, and to have fun. Interests of its members vary from conformation, obedience, agility to just enjoying Boxers as companions.
|BOXER CLUB OF HAWAII
The Boxer Club of Hawaii was established in 1946. The Boxer Club of Hawaii strives to promote the breeding of quality Boxers, to protect all interests of the breed, to maintain the standard of the Boxer in Hawaii, and to encourage true sportsmanship among Boxer owners.
|BOXER CLUB OF LONG ISLAND, INC
The Boxer Club of Long Island was founded in 1949 by a small group of fanciers. Their first point show was held on November 28th, 1954. The entry totaled 126 with 86 in the classes, 28 in obedience and 11 sweepstakes entries.
|BOXER CLUB OF LOUISIANA
The Boxer Club of Louisiana was started in 1952 and held their first show in 1953. Our members are located all over Louisiana
(Kenner, Slidell, Pearl River, Mandeville, Prairieville, Jonesboro, Kinder, River Ridge,
Franklinton, Jena, Morgan City, etc. (just to name a few) and surrounding States (Mississippi,
Alabama, Texas, etc). So if you are looking to join a Breed Club, where you are located
is not as important to us as your dedication to the Boxer Breed itself.
|BOXER CLUB OF MILWAUKEE, INC
|BOXER CLUB OF OKLAHOMA
The Boxer Club of Oklahoma is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was started December 16th, 1952 with 47 members at the first meeting.
Throughout the years the club has endeavored to promote, protect and to ensure the quality and integrity of the breed. The approaches we try to take secure the longevity of the Boxer as a energetic, fun loving, gorgeous breed are both fun and educational. Our club members' interests range from active pet owner, obedience, agility and conformation.
|BOXER CLUB OF SALT LAKE
The Boxer Club of Salt Lake strives to promote the breeding of quality
Boxers, and to protect all interests of the breed, and to encourage true
|BOXER CLUB OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY
|BOXER CLUB OF SAN FERNANDO VALLEY
The Boxer Club of San Fernando Valley was started in 1959. They held their first show in 1968.
|BOXER CLUB OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Boxer Club of Southern California was established in 1949.
|BOXER CLUB OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
|BOXER CLUB OF WESTERN NEW YORK
The Boxer Club of Western New York was formed in 1949/1950. Their first show was held in 1951.
|CEDAR VALLEY BOXER CLUB
The Cedar Valley Boxer Club members are proud to be part of the community and take great pride in responsible dog ownership, breeding and standards of the Boxer Breed. Our club members compete in such events as Obedience, Rally, Conformation, Nose working and much more.
|CENTRAL INDIANA BOXER CLUB, INC
The Central Indiana Boxer Club was formed in 1950.
|CONNECTICUT BOXER CLUB
The Connecticut Boxer Club was founded on February 3, 2004 to provide a social and educational forum for owners, breeders, exhibitors and guests who are interested in learning more about their pets and the breed. Our meetings feature lectures, exhibitions, and hands-on experience, lots of good advice and sharing, and social time for members and their pets. We welcome new members and guests and hope that we can become a resource for those who may have questions about the breed. The Connecticut Boxer club is an authorized AKC Club.
|DALLAS BOXER CLUB
The Dallas Boxer Club is open to all individuals who are interested in the improvement, advancement, protection and promotion of the Boxer breed. The club meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month.
We welcome to all boxer lovers. Do you do obedience, rally, agility, flyball, tracking, pet therapy, herding or laze around with your boxer? Come join us and talk boxers!
|EAST BAY BOXER CLUB
The East Bay Boxer Club was founded in 1956. The AKC confirmed their first sanctioned show on July 23, 1960. This was held at the Solano Fairgrounds in Vallejo, California. The East Bay Boxer Club is located in Northern California, specifically in the San Francisco/East Bay area. With over 50 years of involvement in this wonderful breed, we have members who have been active in Conformation, Agility, Obedience, and Herding. East Bay Boxer Club puts on two Specialty shows a year and also has an annual AKC Sanction "B" Match.
|EAST TENNESSEE BOXER CLUB
The East Tennessee Boxer Club is a small breed specific club situated in the Knoxville, TN area.
The focus of the East Tennessee Boxer Club is upon the betterment of the boxer breed. We have a network of friends nationwide as well as closer contacts throughout East Tennessee who work together to gather and share information on the Boxer breed. At monthly meetings, we discuss conformation, obedience, agility, health and wellness, as well as plan functions around the area. We have a great time at the annual Mardi Growl in February and our Boxer Blast every fall, and you can also find us at most of the southeast regional dogs shows including conformation shows, obedience, and agility trials.
|EASTERN BOXER CLUB
The Eastern Boxer Club is the second oldest member club. The club was formed January 24, 1938 and held their first show May 7 that same year.
|GEORGIA BOXER CLUB
|GREATER CINCINNATI BOXER CLUB
|GREATER ST. LOUIS BOXER CLUB
The Greater St. Louis Boxer Club, Inc. was founded in 1953 and incorporated in 1958 by a group of Boxer enthusiasts who were interested in the improvement and protection of our great breed, the Boxer.
As members, we are dedicated to preserving the desirable qualities of the Boxer as set forth in the written standard of the breed, and are comitted to adherence of the Code of Ethics of the American Boxer Club.
|HEART OF AMERICA BOXER CLUB, INC
The Heart of America Boxer Club was founded in the Kansas City area in 1950. The first specialty show was held two years later in 1952.
|HOUSTON BOXER CLUB
|MARYLAND BOXER CLUB
The Maryland Boxer Club was started in November 1950. Their first show was held in 1951.
|MIAMI VALLEY BOXERCLUB
Miami Valley Boxer Club is affiliated with the American Boxer Club. Our mission is to advance the health and well-being of pure-bred Boxers.
|MICHIGAN BOXER CLUB
The Michigan Boxer Club provides you with a vital line of communication with other Boxer owners and breeders. We will share many years of knowledge and experience to promote our noble breed.
Owners of pet, obedience, agility, and show Boxers are welcome to join us. The Club wishes to encourage and promote purebred Boxers, protecting and upholding the official American Kennel Club breed standard.
|MIDDLESEX BOXER CLUB
Since its inception in 1948, when twenty-three New England Boxer breeders gathered together to organize what was to be initially called the Yankee Boxer Club, Middlesex has been one of the great contributor clubs to the Breed. Middlesex Boxer Club was recognized by the American Kennel Club as a duly organized club in January, 1949, and by the parent American Boxer Club on December 6, 1949. They held their first specialty in May 1950.
|MID-WEST BOXER CLUB
The Mid-West Boxer Club was established in 1937.
Diane E. Boyle
|MINNESOTA BOXER CLUB
The Minnesota Boxer Club membership is made up of Boxer breeders, Boxer owners who show and compete with their dogs in AKC conformation, obedience and agility events, as well as Boxer enthusiasts who simply enjoy being involved with the breed.
|MISSOURI VALLEY BOXER CLUB
The Missouri Valley Boxer Club was formed in 1971 and held their first show in 1974.
It is their mission as a club to ensure the quality and integrity of the breed. The approaches we take to secure the longevity of the boxer as a fun-loving, energetic, beautiful breed are both educational and fun. Our club is based in the Omaha-Lincoln area in Nebraska, but we have members throughout the United States. We have been in existence for over 30 years and have many champion members to prove it. Our club member's backgrounds range in experience from showing in the confirmation, obedience and agility rings, to the active pet owner, living side by side with their 'boxerkids', wanting to share with others their unique boxer stories.
|NEW JERSEY BOXER CLUB
The New Jersey Boxer Club, established in 1947 is dedicated to preserving the Boxer breed, through better breeding, health testing, and supporting other organizations with like goals. Our members own AKC boxers. Many of these boxers participate in conformation shows, performance trials, obedience, rally, agility, and are also service companions. We encourage novices and provide mentoring.
|NEW YORK BOXER CLUB, INC
Mrs. Jeannie Hoffman
|NORTHEAST FLORIDA BOXER CLUB
Wells W. Hendrick
|NORTHWOODS BOXER CLUB
The Northwoods Boxer Club is a Minnesota based club established in 1991 to work for the Boxer.
|OHIO BOXER CLUB
To encourage quality of breeding, uphold standards, educate the public through programs and activities, and preserve the integrity of the Boxer breed.
|ORANGE COAST BOXER CLUB
The Orange Coast Boxer Club is an AKC accredited organization for Boxer breeders, dog owners and aficionados. While primarily located in southern California we have members from all over.
|OREGON BOXER CLUB
|PACIFIC NORTHWEST BOXER CLUB
Founded in the 1950s, the Pacific Northwest Boxer Club, is situated in the Puget Sound region of Washington State. In addition to exhibition events, the club participates in the stimulation and extension of public interest in the Boxer. A "Know The Breed" booth at All-Breed Shows by the members permits an all day 'hands on' inquiry for interest in the Boxer as a potential family companion. The Club actively supports its Boxer Rescue program since its beginning in 1980. Coordination with neighboring Boxer Clubs and other Rescue organizations has resulted in the successful re-homing of Boxers of all ages and backgrounds over the years.
|PIKES PEAK BOXER CLUB
|POTOMAC BOXER CLUB
Founded in 1945 as a result of the Boxer gaining popularity in the United States and in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area, the Potomac Boxer Club is the oldest regional Boxer club in the United States. Because of its location and heritage, Potomac Boxer Club members have included many national figures, respected breeders, handlers, and dedicated owners of both show and companion boxers -- all of whom share their love, experience, and knowledge of this wonderful breed. While most of our members are from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, our membership has expanded to include members from Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
|RHODE ISLAND BOXER CLUB, INC
The Rhode Island Boxer Club was formed in 1957 by a small group of boxer enthusiasts. Although not active for a time, in the 1980's the club became active again with meetings, matches and shows. The club is a member of the American Boxer Club, the American Boxer Club Charitable Foundation, and the American Kennel Club, and has an active group of boxer breeders and exhibitors currently planning events and shows. We are dedicated to the responsible breeding, showing and caring for our Boxers!
|SACRAMENTO VALLEY BOXER CLUB
The Sacramento Valley Boxer Club was started before 1985 with a small group of boxer lovers meeting monthly in each others living rooms. It took several years to hold our first sanctioned matches and with a great deal of work and pride, we finally held our first AKC point specialty show in conjunction with the 1995 American Boxer Club Regional in Pleasanton, California.
SVBC encourages adherence to the definition of the true Boxer breed as established in the Standard adopted by the American Boxer Club and approved by the American Kennel Club.
SVBC conducts sanctioned and licensed specialty shows under the rules of the American Kennel Club and initiate fun, educational programs and promotional activities which will help educate the public.
|SAUCON VALLEY BOXER CLUB
The Saucon Valley Boxer Club was started in 1974.
For over 30 years the club has been promoting the advancement of the boxer breed. Our club holds meetings on the first Sunday of the month. Other events or functions throughout the year are the club picnic in July, our Education Day in September and the club Christmas party in December. The club also participates in K-9 Learning in January and the Quakertown Pet Fair. Two times a year they hold Match 'B' Shows. Their club members interests' include therapy dogs, shows, training classes and other club functions.
|SOUTHEAST FLORIDA BOXER CLUB
Our members reside in Florida's southeast from Miami to Ocala. Our club's focus is Conformation.
Members also participate in breeding, obedience, agility, tracking, pet therapy, and responsible pet ownership.
|SPOKANE BOXER CLUB, INC
|TAMPA BAY BOXER CLUB
|TARHEEL BOXER CLUB OF GREATER RALEIGH
The Tarheel Boxer Club of Greater Raleigh was founded to promote the responsible breeding and ownership of Boxers. We hold regular social events, training events, and business meetings. Our members are a diverse group and we encourage all Boxer owners to participate in our Club.
|TREETOWNS BOXER CLUB, INC
Treetowns Boxer Club Inc., was organized in 1956. Our Club is based in north eastern Illinois, with members in Illinois
and Wisconsin. Club members interests' include Conformation, Obedience, Agility, Tracking, Therapy Work, Responsible Pet
Ownership, and supporting Boxer Rescue.
|UPSTATE NEW YORK BOXER CLUB
The Upstate New York Boxer Club organizational meetings began in April of 2005. Our founding members represent a diverse group of Boxer lovers, ranging from breeders showing in conformation, to owners competing in obedience and agility, to active dedicated pet owners.