BOXER-come from Germany and is one race that was first used by the police. Boxer dogs are also known as instrumental in hunting wild animals and livestock herding. boxer is the type who would do anything to please you. An intelligence lay behind the ‘look’ typical Boxer makes this dog a great all round for various purposes. When this is mixed with the common good temperament Boxer, you are guaranteed to have a great time with the heart of the sweetest dogs.
Protection Dog, Guard Dog, Search and Rescue dogs, Police dogs and Companion dogs.
Sometimes with a brown base color variations Brindle and white, white should not cover 70% of the entire body. The most prominent feature of his Boxer is undershot jaw – this is a desirable trait in dogs, with the lower canine teeth pointing straight up. This gives the Boxer a very strong jaw and a handle. Head should be in perfect proportion to the body muscular and rather square muzzle displays. A few folds of wrinkled skin is normal, but not desirable that there should be one too many or deep. Heads had to sit on a round neck, thick and muscular, flowing into the sloping rear when standing still and back straight while moving. Chest, ribs and shoulders are deep and wide.
Short, shiny, flat and stuck to the skin of the body
The average height to the withers: 22-25 inches for males and between 21-23 inches for females.
Average weight: Male between 30-32kg with a female between 25-27kg.
Boxer Very Life, agile, strong, loyal, stamina, not aggressive and suspicious of strangers. Boxer is happy, high-spirited, funny, curious and energetic. Highly intelligent, eager and quick to learn. Boxer is a good dog for competitive obedience. Always on the move, bonding very closely with the family. Loyal and affectionate, Boxers are known for the way they get along well with children.
Boxer weakness is his susceptibility to skin cancer and arthritis. In addition, they also include a dog to behave dirty. Some major concerns are “cardiomyopathy” and other heart problems, sub-aortic stenosis, and thyroid. Can be prone to skin and other allergies. Sometimes prone to epilepsy. From age eight on they are more likely to get tumors than other breeds. Susceptible to cancer, (according to a Kennel Club survey, cancer accounts for 38.5% of Boxer deaths). Prone to arthritis, hip dysplasia, and knee problems. These dogs may drool and snore. May have excessive flatulence, especially when eating something other than their own dog food. Some white Boxers are prone to deafness.
A breed, active athletic, Boxers need daily work or exercise, and take a walk, a long daily fast. They also enjoy taking the ball or other play sessions.
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