Boxers are smart, athletic and medium-sized breed. AKC place them in working dogs category. Boxers have a short square shaped muzzle and strong jaws. The acceptable colors are fawn, brindle, and white.
Boxers were developed in Germany in the late 19th century. They were produced by cross-breeding between Bullenbeisser and English bulldog.
In this video, we have covered the following topics:
1. Feeding a boxer
Food plays an important role in determining a boxer’s weight, health, metabolism, and activity level. It also has a longer impact on your boxer’s life expectancy.
2. Grooming a Boxer
Boxers are considered as clean dogs and they need occasional grooming. They have a cat like licking skills and can take care of themselves.
Other sub-topics in this video are: Brushing, Bathing them, Ear care, nail care and teeth care
3. Training a Boxer
Boxers are very intelligent and trainable dogs. Training is important to socialize them and make them an active part of family.
Other sub-topics are: Basic obedience commands, Crate Training a boxer, Potty training a boxer
4. Health care of a boxer:
Majority of boxers are healthy dogs but there are some breed specific issues which your boxer may encounter.
Some of the issues discussed in the video are: Bloating, cancer etc.
5. Exercise a boxer
Boxers have an athletic and playful nature. They need regular exercise to keep in shape and to prevent any behavioral and health issues.
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