Badazz Boxers was started as a way to give to boxers at rescues waiting for their forever homes. Dakota has been my first boxer and has made me fall in love with the breed. I wanted a way to give back as my girls have brought me so much joy and my heart goes out to all those babies I see at the rescues.
Instead of simply giving money to the rescues, we want to find out what they really need for the babies and send it to them, be it treats, toys, collars, leashes, etc. This is the way that we can insure the proceeds from the items sold will go directly to the boxers.
We wanted to create cool and fun boxer items that were nondescript so the images could be any boxer, no matter the color or sex, we also wanted natural ears as it is so hard to find anything with their ears not cropped. You may also notice the date 1895 on the Badazz Boxers logo, that is the date Boxers were first introduced in Germany, fun boxer fact. We also wanted hand baked treats for the pups to enjoy that were made in the U.S.A.
We also know it will be a journey to be able to help these babies but hopefully with everyone's help we will be able to do just that. We will post boxes going out with details about the rescue they will be going to, we hope to do this quarterly.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for supporting us and other boxer babies waiting to find their forever homes.
CJ, Kota, Tana and Donut
So many people have asked us about the taping on Sedona's ears. Being a first time boxer mom with Dakota I had not idea that you could tape their ears to give them a natural set or fall. So she has flying ears. With Montana her ears automatically set perfectly and again I had no idea about taping. With Sedona she has the flying nun ears, meaning they are back and out instead of forward and close to her head with a crease in the middle. You can set a puppy's ears up until the teething has stopped. To remedy this you have to tape the ears. there are a couple of different way:
The first is shown by the breeder Lina Anderson of Boxers of Palo Mesa (Copy and Paste this link into your browser) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAD4cdj71vk
The second is what we did with Sedona as her ears were more stubborn and it worked really well. Be sure to watch the video a few times to get it right, I did not use the lighter fluid, I just used medical tape.
By Vondenpegenbogenkriegern (Copy and Paste this link into your browser) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5PBHQtMylc
Things you will need: Patience, medical tape and taping skills, lol. Watch each video a few times before you attempt to tape your puppy's ears because they all don't have a lot of patience.
Here you can see the difference from the before to the after.