Boxer Dog For Adoption in ATWOOD, CO, USA
We have a 12 weeks old Males and Female Boxer (Boxer pups) they have an adorable personality and prefers to stay by your side even when out at parks or in the yard. they are a cuddle bug :) they are UTD on their puppy shots and De wormed. they are doing wonderful on puppy pad training and he will come with the following : Puppy pads, Starter bag of food , Bowls, Leash, Collar, Favorite blanket, and Toys!
||German Boxer, Deutscher Boxer
More About Boxer Breed
||The Boxer is surprisingly good with children. This breed has a playful nature, yet is patient and intelligent. With early training, a Boxer can provide a strong and watchful companion to all family members.
||male: 65-80, female: 50-65
||male: 22.5-25, female: 21-23.5
||Fawn and brindle, both with or without white flashing and black mask.
||White should not cover more than a third of the dog. Coat is short and smooth.
||Boxers tend to be very friendly and intelligent dogs. They bond very closely with their family.
||The breed gets along especially well with children. They also can get along well with most other dogs and household pets. They can be naturally inclined to protect a family from intruders.
||The Boxer can get by with an occasional good brushing.
||This breed needs special consideration in training to not jump on people, but it learns quickly. A consistent effort will pay off during training.
||The Boxer requires a lot of exercise, including long walks and playing in the yard.
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||This breed has some major concerns such as cardiomyopathy, sub-aortic stenosis, and hip dysplasia. They are occasionally prone to epilepsy and, in later years, may be prone to tumors. They have a tendency toward allergies and heart problems.
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