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Publisher Description

Are you thinking about getting a new Boxer Puppy?

Or have you recently rescued a dog that is part, or full Boxer?

The Complete Guide to Boxer Dogs is your go-to guide for everything you need to know to prepare to successful raise and train a happy, healthy Boxer from puppy to old-age.

If you have never been around a Boxer, you will be amazed at the number of noises that they make. In fact, once you master Boxer language, chances are that you will have many conversations with your new best friend.

They have a fun-filled personality that is easily controllable once you master the training keys in this book. Reading through it before you get a boxer will help you learn if this is the right breed for you.

Chapter topics include:
Boxer HistoryChoosing a BoxerPreparing your Home for your BoxerBringing Home your BoxerBeing a Boxer ParentTeaching the Boxer to BehaveSocializing with People and AnimalsBoxers and Your Other PetsPhysical and Mental ExerciseTraining your BoxerBasic CommandsTraveling with Your BoxerNutritionGrooming your BoxerBasic Health CareAdvanced Boxer Health and Aging Dog Care
Boxers tend to be a little leery around strangers, so it is important to train them properly as puppies. They are extremely brilliant, so you need to know how to be the pack leader from day one.

Unfortunately, many Boxers end up in shelters because they are not socialized properly. Use the key training points in this book to teach your Boxer to get along with your family, your pets and others that they may meet along life's journey. Come along on this journey as you master being a great Boxer owner. Inside the pages of this book, you will gain insight that only a lifetime of owning dogs can provide.

Lifestyle & Home
April 18
LP Media Inc
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

MPQcrashesallthetime ,

Probably good if you have zero knowledge of dogs

I don’t feel like this book was super helpful in terms of the breed of a boxer. I think it could have been a book about any dog and the author just replaced “your dog” with “your boxer”.

I have owned dogs in the past and so maybe that’s why I didn’t find it all that helpful. A lot of the content is disclosures to ask your breeder or vet.

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