Why are boxer dogs so protective?

Answer The boxer breed has become the ideal family pet. With a very broad line of ancestry, along with selective breeding, the boxer has changed drastically from the first boxer dogs ever bred. However, p... Read More »

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What do boxer dogs eat?

A boxer dog's diet should consist of high quality dog food. His food should not be made up of mostly corn and wheat, which are difficult for a boxer dog to digest. Food purchased should be high in ... Read More »

Is raw beef bad for boxer dogs?

On One Hand: Dogs Are Naturally CarnivoresRaw beef can be a beneficial part of a boxer's feeding regimen, according to Dr. Ian Billinghurst, a veterinary surgeon. Beef alone, however, does not fulf... Read More »

Why is my boxer coughing when he's never around other dogs?

Boxers don't necessarily cough because they have a cold or any other contagious ailment. When taking your boxer to see a veterinarian, according to Ron Hines, DVM, PhD, many questions may arise in ... Read More »

Behavior in Boxer Dogs?

Boxers are well known for their loving natures and goofy smiles. Boxers are, on the whole, good, well-rounded dogs, but there are some breed characteristics that may not fit into your lifestyle. Kn... Read More »