Boxers were originally started in the 1800s in Germany. Before long, these dogs became a favorite pet because of their adorable faces and active lifestyles. These adorable puppies were originally bred from bulldogs and Mastiffs. Once you get your new puppy, you need the right boy Boxers names. To get you started, we have made a list of 100 different Boxer names that you can use.
100 Boy Boxers Names
1. Walter: This German name sounds like a very serious option for a fairly small dog.
2. Chief: This name will make your dog sound big and tough.
3. Kirby: This cute name can actually work for a male or female dog.
4. Bach: This German name was made famous by the composer, Johann Sebastian Bach.
5. Goliath: This is a great option for a big, strong dog.
6. Barkley: This is such a clever play on words. It is especially good if your dog loves to bark.
7. Dirk: This name is German in origin and is a fun, short option for a male Boxer name.
8. Diesel: For a tough-sounding option, go with this name.
9. Milo: This is a cute name for a male Boxer.
10. Adolph: This German name was once quite common.
11. Boss: This is an obvious choice for a dog who loves to lead.
12. Peanut: This is an ironic choice for a dog who is built like a tank.
13. Fritz: This German name would be a top option for your dog.
14. Captain: Military-inspired names are fun for strong, tough puppies.
15. Gulliver: This is a classic, old-fashioned option for a boy Boxer name.
16. Arlo: While it may have originated in Germany, this name has a hip, trendy feel to it.
17. Bear: If your dog is built like a small bear, then this name would be a clever choice.
18. Oscar: Hopefully, you won’t be choosing this name because your dog is Oscar the Grouch.
19. Otto: This is an absolutely adorable name for your dog. It originated in Germany.
20. Crash: This sounds like a strong name for a dog.
21. Buddy: This is a great name for man’s best friend.
22. Alger: This German name is perfect for a German dog.
23. Thor: Naming your dog after a mythological Norse god is always a cool option.
24. Amigo: In Spanish, this word means friend. It is the perfect option for man’s best friend.
25. Siegfried: This is another name from Germany that makes sense for a cute German puppy.
26. Trooper: This is an awesome name for a dog who never gives up.
27. Opie: This is a sweet, unusual choice for a boy Boxer name.
28. Baldwin: This German name would be adorable for a Boxer.
29. Butch: This name has remained a popular option for tough dogs for decades.
30. Alfie: This is a cute option for your dog’s name.
31. Claus: You can spell this German name as Klaus or Claus.
32. Gunther: This German name sounds very straightforward and serious.
33. Bruno: This is an adorable German name that is great for a German dog breed.
34. Ernest: This German name can be written as Ernest, Ernie or Ernst.
35. Adler: This German name would be a great name for a Boxer.
36. Remington: This gun brand would also be a great dog name.
37. Kaiser: If your dog is a natural leader, then this German name is a top choice.
38. Jasper: This is a sweet name for a dog.
39. Hans: This is one of my favorite German names for a boy Boxer.
40. Hunter: If your dog loves to hunt, go with this option.
41. Roland: This German name is perfect for a roly-poly dog.
42. Tiny: This is an ironic choice for a dog.
43. August: You can shorten this adorable German name to just Augie.
44. Moose: This is an obvious choice for a gigantic dog.
45. Ulf: This name comes from Germany and is a short, easy option for your dog.
46. Fabio: Use this boy Boxer name if your puppy is a true lover.
47. Albrecht: This German name is rarely heard in English-speaking countries.
48. Rex: This name comes from the huge dinosaur, T-Rex.
49. Franz: This is one of my favorite German names for a boy boxer.
50. Biggie Smalls: This is a way to tease your puppy about his size.
51. Sigmund: This German name was also the first name of the psychologist, Sigmund Freud.
52. Hulk: This is an obvious choice for a big dog or a dog who just thinks that he is big.
53. Alphonse: This German name can be easily shortened into a number of different nicknames.
54. Murray: This is a strong-sounding name for your tough pup.
55. Rolf: This is another name that comes from Germany. It sounds a lot like a dog’s bark. Ruff, Ruff!
56. Axel: This is a strong name for a strong dog.
57. Felix: In Latin, this name means lucky, which makes it a great boy Boxer name.
58. Bruiser: Use this name if your pup is a real bruiser.
59. Albern: This German name would be a great option for a puppy.
60. Maverick: This is the perfect name for a dog who loves to rebel and chart his own course in life.
61. Heinrich: This is another German option for your new dog.
62. Archie: This boy Boxer name reminds me of the comic book character.
63. Dieter: Use this German name to show off your Boxer’s German heritage.
64. Caesar: This is a great name for an alpha dog.
65. Aldo: German names like this one are great for a German breed.
66. Teddy: This name is perfect if your puppy is as cuddly as a teddy bear.
67. Max: This name originally came from Germany. It is a great option because of its shortness.
68. Trapper: This name is popular among owners who want a strong Boxer name. It also works well if you like to take your puppy hunting with you.
69. Schwartz: German names are a great choice for your dog.
70. Brutus: In ancient Rome, Brutus was the one responsible for the assassination of Julius Caesar.
71. Bernard: Showcase your German breed with this German name.
72. Tank: If your dog is built like a tank, then this is certainly an obvious choice for his name.
73. Leonard: This German name sounds like a very serious option for such a playful puppy.
74. Maximus: This historic name can also be shortened into simple,easy nicknames like Max.
75. Dedrick: This would be a great option if you want a German name for your dog.
76. Finn: This is a short, cute name for your boy Boxer.
77. Rudolph: You can easily shorten this German name to just Rudy.
78. Justice: This is an easy, cool option for a boy Boxer name.
79. Wolfgang: This German name was made famous by the composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
80. Bolt: This sounds like the name of a speedy pup who loves to bolt out of the door whenever you mistakenly open it up.
81. Emmet: This strong name originally came from Germany.
82. Duke: This is a strong, popular option for a dog. It wins bonus points for being short and easy to say.
83. Stein: This is a top German name for your German dog breed.
84. Hercules: In Greek mythology, Hercules was a hero who was legendary for his physical strength.
85. Heinz: While most people think of Heinz as a ketchup brand, it is also a German name.
86. Hawkeye: This is such a cool name for a dog.
87. Spike: This is a strong-sounding name choice.
88. Gunner: This name will certainly make your dog sound strong.
89. Blitz: Short, simple names like this one are always a safe bet.
90. Frederik: This German name can also be turned into the nickname, Fred.
91. Buck: This sounds like the name of a hunting dog.
92. Admiral: Military-inspired names always sound pretty cool.
93. Raymond: While it sounds like an English name, this name originally came from Germany.
94. Bullet: Use this name if your dog is as fast as a bullet.
95. Sarge: This military-inspired name is a good option.
96. Ranger: This sounds like the name of a dog who loves to wander around.
97. Waldo: This German name is great if you can never seem to find your dog. Think: Where’s Waldo?
98. T-Bone: This is a tough name for a tough Boxer.
99. Rascal: Choose this Boxer name if your dog is always getting into trouble.
100. Otis: This is such an adorable name for a puppy.