I can answer any questions a Boxer owner might have concerning genetics, breeding, gestation, whelping, personality, character traits, health, needs and requirements, and family dynamics, including aggression and behavioral issues, including other pets in the household. I can help with aggression modification. PLEASE RATE MY ANSWER. I RESEARCH AND DONATE MY TIME FOR THE CAUSE OF ALL BOXERS' WELL BEING. DO NOT ASK ME IF YOU DO NOT RATE THE ANSWER. ASK ANOTHER EXPERT IF YOU DO NOT RATE. If you do not rate-- I must ban you from my expertise.
I have over ten years as a owner and breeder, early training, and behavior modification.
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I've owned many breeds, finding that the Boxer is entirely different. They don't know they are canine; believing they are human. Boxer owners will believe they are human too.
Educating Boxer owners in order to have a happy and successful life living with a Boxer
Boxers are the "clown" of all breeds. They are "puppies" up in their years-- even up to the end of their life cycle.
They are playful, devoted and loving, loyal and obedient, and good family protectors. They are NOT guard dogs, but more of an "ALERT" dog, unless family is threatened. Don't expect a Doberman attitude from a Boxer.
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If you had him dewormed-- you were at your vet's office? Did the vet say anything about his weight and ribs showing? I can't tell you much without knowing exactly what you feed him, and to be sure
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First, she is deaf. That is one problem. She cannot hear the sounds of other dogs to know their intentions, etc. She has an aggressive nature as a defense due to her handicap. This is normal.
Meagan, I cannot answer the outcome on "Dewey" because I know nothing about the dog or its condition. How would I know unless I read the same as you did, in which I have not? As far as your Boxer-mix
Interbreeding does not cause behavior issues. It cause physical conditions such as a deformity like clef palate, etc. If your son got her as a puppy-- then, he, or you as his mother (if your son is