GERMAN BOXER ❤️

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History The Bullenbeisser (= bull dog), also called Brabant Bullenbeisser, is considered the direct ancestor of the Boxer. The breeding of these dogs was originally in the hands of hunters who used them for hunting: their task was to seize the wild animals found by the hounds and to hold the prey until the hunter arrived and killed it. For this reason, the dog had a muzzle with wide jaws which allowed a firm grip. Those Bullenbeissers which had these characteristics were the most suitable for this task. A definitive selection was thus made, leading to the breeding of dogs with a broad muzzle and a nose pushed backwards, due to the undershot bite. General Appearance The Boxer is a medium-sized, short-haired dog, very athletic, with a square build and powerful bone structure. The muscles are lean and strongly developed. The Boxer is a very affectionate, loyal, sociable and sweet dog, particularly suitable for children, very protective of them; exuberant, very playful, very curious, it has an unstoppable joy of living. An excellent companion dog, but courageous and protective of family members, the Boxer lends itself well to training: thanks to its liveliness, if combined with non-coercive methods, great results can be achieved in training. BREED TRAITS & CHARACTERISTICS 144 2 - PINSCHER AND SCHNAUZER TYPE DOGS - MOLOSSOIDS AND SWISS CATTLE DOGS 2 - MOLOSSOIDS Germany Great 10-12 years Brave, intelligent, playful, energetic, fearless, friendly, loyal Male: 56-63 cm / 22-25 inches Female: 53-61 cm / 21-24 inches Male: 27-32 kg / 60-70 pounds Female 24-29 kg / 53-64 pounds Brindle, light fawn, white 2-10 puppies Very sensitive to temperature changes: you should never leave it in closed, hot places (in the car for example) and, if left in the garden, it is essential to provide shelter from the sun. The Boxer can happily live in an apartment, but must be taken out several times a day. It must be taught from a young age not to destroy household objects. Occasional. This dog is extremely sweet with children; however, it is very playful and can be impetuous. The Boxer can have different relationships depending on the temperament of the other dog. However, it tends to be dominant with dogs of the same sex. This breed can be wary of strangers, towards whom it may show its protective side and become aggressive. The Boxer protects its owner even at the cost of its life: it is excellent as a police assistant, a guard dog for people and property. Active and athletic dogs, Boxers need work or exercise, and a long daily walk. Moderately easy training: The Boxer is ideal for various sporting activities because it can be easily trained and learns very quickly. Low maintenance: A soft bristle brush will help keep the coat in good condition. The Boxer is a very intelligent breed, easy to train, as long as positive training methods are used (rewards and praise). Hypoallergenic: No. It may suffer from rheumatism and requires drying when wet. Periodical veterinary checks are advisable to avoid dental problems. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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