Thank you for considering Vendetta Boxers as your Boxer Breeder.
At Vendetta Boxers we strive to produce Healthy long lived Boxers with excellent temperaments that are beautiful and meet the standards as set by the American Boxer Club.
In addition we want to be sure our puppies are going to loving, committed homes. We try to evaluate each puppy's personality by observing them during their time with us. Because we do this we can be quite confident that we offer you the puppy that is a best fit you and your family.
Because we want to be sure our puppies are going to home where they are going to receive the love and care they will require throughout their life time, we require all potential buyers to complete our application/questionnaire.
If you wish to be placed on our waiting list you must complete and return the application/questionnaire to us.
Once you have completed this application/questionnaire select the submit button at the bottom of this page to send your completed form to Vendetta Boxers.
I know we ask a lot of questions, but we feel we need to do this to help us ensure we are placing our puppies in the best homes possible.
Your Street Address
Your City, State, and Zip Code
Your E-Mail Address
How did you here about us?
Do you or your family members have any personal experience with Boxers? If so What is your experience?
What is the name, address and phone # of your current/past veterinarian? Make we contact them for a reference? If not, why? If you don't have a current/past veterinarian, whom do you plan taking your Boxer to.
Have you have ever given a pet away, turned one into a pound, a shelter or a rescue club? Please explain your reasons for any or all below.
We want to keep in touch with all of our puppy owners throughout the life of our puppies. We would like to receive pictures and updates on our puppies occasionally. Are you ok with this? If not why? (please explain)
If you have children, will they be involved with the raising, care and training of this Boxer and in what manner will they be involved? Please list the number of children and their ages.
How many hours per day will your puppy be home alone? Where will your puppy stay when he/she is alone?
Where will your Boxer stay when he/she is grown up and all alone in the house?
If you travel what will you do with this Boxer?
What type of yard do you have for your Boxer? If you do not have any kind of fencing, how will you provide security for your Boxer when he/she is outside?
If you have other pets, What type? If you have cats or other dogs are they spayed/neutered?
What made you decide a Boxer is the breed for you and are you aware that Boxers are very active and require obedience training and human interaction to thrive and be happy? Are you also aware of the health problems that Boxers suffer from?
Are you aware that Boxers cannot tolerate extremely hot or cold weather?
Are you aware that Boxers require lots of attention?
What sex do you prefer and why?
(Please explain your reasons)
What color do you prefer?
If your preference is not available would you be willing to take another color?
We require all of of pet puppies to be spayed/neutered by the age of 18 months. Do you agree to spay/neuter your Boxer by the age of 18 months?
If not why?
What do you plan on feeding your Boxer?
Will you follow our vaccination requirements? If not why?
What will you do to ensure that your Boxer is socialized with other people, dogs., etc?
What activities if any are you interested in or do you plan to do with your Boxer?
We will start crate training and house training your Boxer before your Boxer goes to your home. When your Boxer has accidents in your home or cries in his/her crate, What will you do?
Boxers need obedience training. Do you plan on taking obedience classes with your Boxer? If not, How will you train your Boxer?
What do you want this boxer for? (Check all that apply).
(If other, please specify)
Please use this space to make comments or to ask any questions.
A Breeders Life
A Breeder (with a capital B) is one who thirst for knowledge and never really knows it all. One who wrestles with decisions of conscience, convenience and commitment. One that shares this knowledge and guides those interested.
A Breeder is one who sacrifices personal interest, finances, time, friendships, fancy furniture, and deep pile carpeting! She gives up the dreams of a long luxurious cruise in favor of turning that all important show into this year's "vacation"
The Breeder goes without sleep in hours spent planning a breeding or watching anxiously over the birth process, and afterwards , over every little wiggle or cry.
The Breeder skips dinner parties because that litter is due or the babies have to be fed at eight. She disregards birth fluids and puts mouth to mouth to save a gasping newborn. Literally blowing life into a tiny helpless creature that may be the culmination of a lifetime of dreams.
A Breeder's lap is a marvelous place where dogs of proud and noble heritage often snooze.
A Breeder's hands are strong and firm and often soiled. But even so gentle and sensitive to the thrust of a puppy's wet nose.
A Breeder's back and knees are usually arthritic from bending and sitting in the whelping box, but are strong enough to guide that new puppy to maturity.
A Breeder's shoulders are often heaped with responsibility, but they're wide enough to support the weight of a thousand defeats and frustrations.
A Breeder's arms are always able to wield a mop. support an armful of puppies, or lend a helping hand to a newcomer.
A Breeder's Ears are wondrous things, sometimes red (from being talked about), or strangley shaped (from being pressed against a phone receiver). Often deaf to criticism, yet always fine tuned to the whisper of an anxious puppy.
A Breeder's brain is foggy on faces, but can recall pedigrees faster than a computer
A Breeder's heart is often broken, but it beats strongly with hope everlasting....and it's always in the right place! Oh, yes, there are breeders, and then, there are Breeders!!!