Learn more about the breed, why you should consider adopt a boxer, and where to find adoptable boxers.
There are a few things that should be considered before adopting a pet. It is a life-time commitment because pets are expensive, require time, and patience. Continue reading Adopting or Buying a Boxer?
First check up After buying your puppy or adopting him, it’s recommended a first trip to the vet for a first check up.
This will ensure that your little friend is healthy or not and what might be waiting for you if you decide to keep a pet that might carries some kind of special condition. Continue reading Your Puppy First Check Up
A checklist for any trip and some important information about the breed and air travel.
Continue reading Traveling with your boxer
The Standard for any breed is a convention created to protect the integrity of characteristics that make a breed be recognizable as a breed
For Boxers, the American Boxer Club is the responsible organization that review these guidelines.
Continue reading AKC Standards for the Boxer
Dogs as many other animals, read the language of odors as part of their communication.
Dogs as many other animals, read the language of odors as part of their communication. The urine smell is use to mark territories and demonstrate who is the boss in the pack.
Continue reading Housebreaking Your Puppy
It’s recommended to take your dog’s stool at least once a year for examination and clean the stool as often as possible. Keeping your dog clean from fleas will prevent the infection by intestinal parasites as tape worms. If you notice any of these symptoms, take your pet to the veterinarian and you will receive the confirmation of the diagnoses and the proper treatment.
Continue reading Common K-9 Parasites