1. Q- What is the Boar Beisser?
     A- The Boar Beisser is the Ultimate Predator Defense Dog, Farm Guard, Catch Dog, & Protection Dog.
2. Q- What is the meaning of the name Boar Beisser?
     A- Boar Beisser (pronounced: Bor-By-Zer.) is a combination of the American (English) word for wild hog- “Boar” & the Olde Germanic word for biter- “Beisser”. The boar beisser was given this name because of it’s ability to catch wild hogs & also because it’s a product of Both German & American Ancestry. 
3. Q- What breeds were used in the development of the Boar Beisser?
     A- The Boar Beisser was developed by a combination of bloodlines from the German Rottweiler, Johnson American Bulldog & American Pit Bull Terrier. 
4. Q- Can I breed my Boar Beisser to another breed & register the pups that come off of it as a Boar Beissers?
     A- No. The only way you can produce Registered Boar Beissers is to breed one registered Boar Beisser to another registered Boar Beisser. 
5. Q- Is the Boar Beisser a fighting dog breed?
     A- The Boar Beisser is not bred to be a “match dog” (bred for the purpose of fighting for sport, spectating, & gambling) however the Boar Beisser is bred to be the elite in predator control, to perform this task the Boar Beisser must have an inherent desire to pursue & eliminate all kinds of farm paria & dangerous predators such as wolves, coyotes, & even mountain lions. As you might have imagined it takes a dog that is very capable & gritty to be effective at this feet!  
6. Q- Is the Boar Beisser a good prospect for protection work?
     A- Yes, the Boar Beisser can make for a very poweful & formidable protection dog. It is a dog that works best by channeling it’s high preydrive into the protection ring, when properly trained, the boar beisser can bring the same intensity & ferocity into man work as it has when catching hogs & doing predator control!
7. Q- Will my Boar Beisser get along with my other dogs, chickens, & livestock?
     A- If you raise your Boar Beisser puppy up with your other dogs, (& let him know from an early age what you expect of him behavior wise) then it has all the potential to get along very well. Typically males & females will get along better than two dogs of the same sex. If you bring a large aggressive dog in after your Boar Beisser is grown & already set in his ways, then it’s very likely you might have some problems. If raised around chickens & livestock from a puppy (along with proper training) the Boar Beisser can be conditioned to get along well with livestock. 


 8. Q- Are Boar Beissers good with the family & children?
      A- Yes. The Boar Beisser breed can make a great family dog, they are very loving & friendly with their human families & love attention. As with any large & powerful dog breed, it’s imperative that firm training is established at an early age so that your dog will grow into a controlled & well behaved adult.    
9. Q- Which is better suited for a family with children, Male or Female?
     A- (If I had to choose) I’d say the female Boar Beisser is usually a better choice for a family with children. They are naturally more motherly & gentle with the children of the family & at the same time can be a real mother bear if a stranger tries to trifle with them! This said either sex can be a great family dog, as I said above, training & control are key!
10. Q- How big will my Boar Beisser get?
       A- The average weight for an adult male Boar Beisser is between 85-140 lbs. Females average 75-120 1bs.
11. Q- What is the life expectancy of a Boar Beisser?
       A- A healthy specimen should easily reach 12-14 years.
12. Q- Who would the Boar Beisser be best suited for?
       A- The Boar Beisser was originally bred to assist hunters, ranchers, & farmers, however with the extreme grit, drive, power, & athleticism the breed has come to be known for, it is really starting to grab the attention of  protection dog enthusiast & people looking for a dependable family guardian.   
13. Q- Do you do any puppy testing before selling your pups?
       A- YES, When it comes to producing high quality working dogs you must be selective! From the time they are born up until about 5 weeks, we are meticulously evaluating the litter, any pups that starts to show signs of mental or physical weaknesses are quickly cut from the working/breeding quality lineup. At this stage in the breed’s development we have a high turn out rate of quality pups, this is because we only use the absolute best examples of the breed in our breeding program! 
14. Q- Do your pups come with a Guarantee?
       A- Yes all  registered pups come with a one year Guaranteed to be healthy & free of any Congenital Defects.
15. Q- What Registry is the Boar Beisser registered with?
       A- The Boar Beisser is currently recognized by & registered with the DRA, APDR, & the BBCOA.