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.
- Encourage and promote quality in the breeding of pure-bred Boxers
- Do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection
- To urge members and breeders to accept the Standard of the breed, as approved by the American Kennel Club, as the only standard of excellence by which Boxers shall be judged
- To do all in its power to protect and advance the interest of pure-bred Boxers and to encourage sportsmanlike competition at dog shows and obedience trials
- To conduct sanctioned matches, licensed specialty shows and obedience trials under the rules of the American Kennel Club
- To initiate educational programs and promotional activities, which will stimulate and extend public interest in the Boxer
- For members of the Club to abide by those portions of the American Boxer Club's By-Laws and Code of Ethics which are applicable to members of member clubs
Bluebonnet Boxer Club, Inc., meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month. Meetings begin at 7:30 P.M. with a program, followed by a business meeting. The meetings are held at Glazier Senior Education Center, 16600 Pine Forest Lane, Houston, TX 77084. Our programs provide information to promote, protect and ensure the quality and integrity of the Boxer breed.
Membership is open to almost anyone who loves Boxers and supports the club's goals. New members must agree to abide by the Club's Constitution & Bylaws and the ABC Code of Ethics, which have provisions against breeding - or in any way helping to register - a Boxer with more than one-third of its coat color being white.
In addition, no member may be under disciplinary action from the American Kennel Club (AKC) or the American Boxer Club (ABC).
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Bluebonnet Boxer Club please contact:
Mary Dooley, Membership Chairman
Download Membership Application
Despite a breeder's best efforts, Boxers do sometimes suffer from conditions to which the breed seems to be predisposed. In many instances, diagnosis and treatment will effect a cure or symptomatic relief. The following links will take you to websites that have information pertinent to Boxer health issues.