A colorful and expressive brindle boxer dog with natural ears, painted with vibrant colors with acrylic paints on board. The black areas of this dog are represented by blue and purple, and the brown areas are represented by mostly red, orange, and yellow. The brindle markings are a variety of purple and blue colors.
The Boxer was developed in Germany as a working dog. They were bred from the now extinct Bullenbeisser (a mastiff-type dog) and the Old English bulldog. They were popular as a military, guard, and pack dog, and became a very popular companion breed. Their short dense coat comes in a variety of colors, with fawn and brindle being the most commonly seen.