It is wise to establish the temperaments of the breeding stock from the kennel you are thinking of buying from, all our dogs live happily alongside each other as can be seen by the photographs on the site, and the one above.
Be prepared for the breeder to ask you lots of questions, and be prepared to answer them, responsible breeders will turn down prospective owners if they do not feel they can care for one of their puppies correctly we want our pups to go to permanent loving homes.
You should expect to receive a five or eight generation pedigree with your puppy and Kennel Club Registrations, (although these are sometimes delayed through no fault of the breeder). You should have a written contract signed by the breeder and the new puppy owner, and you should have plenty of time to discuss this document thoroughly, this is for the mutual welfare of the puppy, new owner and the breeder, it is nothing to worry about, it just sets out the terms and conditions of the sale of the puppy. Responsible breeders endorse their puppies, (progeny not eligible for registration or export), this is to help safeguard the breed and can easily be lifted by the breeder under the correct circumstances at a later date. Also a diet sheet for the new addition, a supply of food, details of worming and pre-sale vet checks,as well as microchip details. Most breeders also send their new babies away with six weeks insurance. You should also receive a copy of the parents heart testing certificates, in the past the Boxer was very prone to serious heart problems, though now through careful screening this is being eradicated. A worming passport with the dates, and dosage of the wormer used will be logged on this document.