They call me so many things. I am mostly confused these days. Up until now, I was alone most of the time. And when they were around, it was smoky and loud. I preferred my tree. It was quiet there. It was located in the very back of the yard. I couldn’t go far […]
Daisy was 5 years young when she developed Squamous Cell Carcinoma in her mouth. We ...
I try to include my dog in as many outdoor summer activities as possible. Even though my pup may not be working on her tan or trying to keep in shape for summer the way I am, I know she gets a kick out of all of our outdoor adventures! The problem is, there are a […]
Most people know that boxers are prone to cancer. Lately, it appears that people are too. There are so many toxic chemicals in the average home that when you are aware of it, it is scary. Here’s simple test, take any product in your home – let’s say a cleaning product and look at the ingredients. Have you […]
Arlene writes … I just found your site. We have 2 boxers Belle 4 1/2 and Bruno about 2 1/2 we don’t know because he was found wandering on a rural road. I’m am writing you because you love boxers and we just received devastating news about Belle. She has been diagnosed with a […]
The restlessness of five puppies hearing a lullaby of “Goodnight Sweetheart” quickly abates when a man kneels near to their box to do the number. The little guys are so hypnotized with the soft song that they immediately repay the favor.
Our friend Dan over at Doggy Dan’s Dog Training has allowed us to share some of his quick tips to help you stop your Boxer from pulling on the leash. Dan is a world renowned dog trainer and has helped thousands of dogs over the course of his career and was kind enough to allow […]
If you’re as passionate your boxers as I am about my boxers, then all-natural, non-toxic products are the only option. My white boxer, Daisy, developed Squamous Cell Carcinoma (cancer of the mouth) this past summer, which ate away at her bottom jaw. Of course, we were heart broken when she needed to have her bottom […]
According to the responses to our originally article titled “Are two Boxers, Too Much“, most people felt the MORE boxers the BETTER! Imagine our delight when we received feedback from Kris: Hello Daily Boxer, Happy Holidays! I wanted to thank all the Daily Boxer readers for their wonderfully insightful comments to my story about adding […]
First, A boxer is a boxer whether they are deaf or not. A deaf boxer needs the same things a hearing boxer needs. They just need it in a different way. Just like humans rely on other senses when one is impaired- dogs do the same, they compensate. Deaf boxers utilize vibration and movement to […]