Strongly built, short haired chase dogs are depicted on Flemish tapestries.
George Alt of Munich breeds Flora, a brindle Bullenbeisser.: the resulting
litter becomes the foundation of the boxer breed.
The German Boxer Club forms in Munich.
Muhlbauer’s Flocki is the first Boxer registered in the German studbook.
Arnulf Grandenz is the first Boxer registered by the American Kennel Club.
Mrs. Herbert Lehman imports German Sieger Dampf v. Dom.
“Dampf” becomes the first Boxer to earn an American Championship.
German Sieger Ch. Check v. Hunnenstein becomes the first Boxer to win an
American Best in Show Award
The American Boxer Club is formed.
Int. Ch. Dorian v. Marienhof wins the Working Group at Westminster.
John Wagner of Mazelaine Kennels writes The Boxer, called the bible of the breed.
Ch. Warlord of Mazlaine becomes the first Boxer to take Best in Show at Westminster.
Ch. Mazlaine’s Zazarac Brandy wins BIS at Westminster.
Ch. Bang Away of Sirrah Crest wins BIS at Westminster.
Ch. Arriba’s Prima Donna wins BIS at Westminster, the only Boxer bitch to do so.
The ABC board of directors advises judges to give equal consideration to ” plain” Boxers, with the admonition that quality rather than ” window dressing” is paramount.