The Boxer is a very interesting breed in regard to color. Some breeds can have over 15 color combinations but the Boxer has only 3 distinct colors combinations. Fawn Is the base coat color in the breed, and may range in hue from a pale tan to a dark red, often called stag or deer red. (In some countries, these dogs are called "red" rather than fawn.) Brindle Is actually a pattern. Stripes running through the coat (partial or full) is brindling. Depending on the exact color of these brindling pattern stripes, one may refer to a Boxer using one of the following terms (listed in order from a very light brindle to a heavy dark striping): Light - super light • Golden • Fawn • Red • Mahogany • Dark • Reverse • Seal - very heavy White Boxers who are completely white or mostly white with darker markings, considered a check boxer, are not acceptable for the show ring. Around the world between 10-25% of boxers are white, occurring most frequently where it is common to breed dogs with a high proportion of white markings (flashy) together. The color of a Boxer’s coat makes no difference to its personality and the Boxer's natural ability as a wonderful friend and companion. Content Courtesy of: dailypuppy.com; allboxerinfo.com. NWBR Boxer Models (below) are all "Available for Adoption": Rico, Jake(3), Jet, and Roxie.