Hello and Welcome to
Thank you for taking the time to go through my site. Biancales is a small boxer breeder in the Southern Ontario region that breeds to improve this breed. I cannot tell you enough how amazing and wonderful the boxer breed is, except to tell you that for me, it is my one passion. I have been around this breed from as far back as I can remember and have been breeding them myself for 21 wonderful years!
The 3 most important reasons I breed boxers are for HEALTH, TEMPERAMENT and THE TRUE BOXER LOOK. It's sad to see far too many boxers being badly bred with many early illnesses and the true boxer look slowly disappearing.
I breed only health tested boxers. Each litter is thoughtfully planned; choosing mating pairs that compliment each other, so in return we achieve healthy, happy boxer puppies.
All of my girls are in the home and are treated as loving members of the family. Right from puppyhood, each girl is spoiled rotten, fed high quality Raw diet and smothered in love, so that they are at their best at all times.
From the moment of birth through to 8 weeks of age all my pups are on a daycare schedule with feeding times, sleeping times, play time, and of course training time...it definitely makes a difference!
Biancales Boxers is now proud to announce that you can now also purchase your raw food and all natural one ingredient treats here!
Feeding a species appropriate raw diet has long been considered the healthiest option for your dog.
Here at Biancales, all of our in-home boxers are fed K9 Kitchen's prepared raw.
To make it easier for you, I now sell the same pre-made raw food that I feed my own pack.
For more information about the pre-made mixes, make sure to contact me!
Once again, welcome! Please take the time to go through my site and look at my albums and tell me you don’t see a difference. I work hard and I am very passionate about my babies. Please enjoy and if you have any questions or would like to schedule a visit to meet, please feel free to contact me at anytime. Thank you!
Please take a moment to read What a Puppy Is Not!, an essay printed in Better Homes and Gardens, from 1973!