Eashes Boxers

Care & Grooming


  The Boxer requires relatively little care, but ownership of any dog is a definite responsibility. Your Boxer should NOT be allowed to run loose. Exercise within a fenced area or on a leash should be adequate. It also prevents a potentially unpleasant encounter with a neighbor's dog or an overly effusive greeting that may frighten the small child who may not have had the chance to know how instinctively tolerant the Boxer really is. Death from automobiles, poison, or many other causes may await the Boxer who runs loose in the neighborhood. Remember, too, that improperly protected screen doors are a common mode of unexpected house exit. So-called invisible fencing is fine, but while it may keep your own dog in his yard, it will not keep other dogs out—which can be a problem in the case of overly aggressive visitors. It is also a sad but true fact of life that your Boxer may easily be confused by many with the much maligned Pit Bull, often with tragic consequences for the Boxer. You must be your dog’s best advocate and protector—a strong leash and a good fence are musts for the conscientious Boxer owner.

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Grooming and Diet

  The Boxer requires very little grooming, and it can easily be done by the owner. Nails must be trimmed regularly unless naturally worn down on a hard surface. An occasional currycombing and/or bath should suffice---the Boxer has a natural tendency to keep himself clean. His neat and tidy coat does not unduly attract dirt. Tartar may have to be removed from the teeth periodically, especially as the Boxer grows older. You can learn to clean the teeth yourself, or use the services of your veterinarian.

  You should feed your Boxer a good quality kibbled dog food, serving it soaked in warm water and ocassionally adding canned dog food is recommended. The Boxer is a relatively fast growing dog and should not need supplimentation with vitamins, always speak to your veternarian when in doubt.


 The Boxer is not overly tolerant of extreme conditions of either heat or cold, for comfort in very warm climates and hot summer months an air conditioned environment is recommended.

  Occasionally Boxers are especially sensitive to certain forms of both local and general anesthesia, always discuss anesthesia protocols thouroughly with your veternarian.


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