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We’ve Been Through a Tragedy These Last 3 Days

[box style=’info’]Story sent by Ansalewit Ward.[/box] Hi there, I have been looking for a support group for boxers and I came across your site, which I really appreciate. I am happy that there are others that share the same joy of loving a boxer, we have been through a tragedy these last 3 days and […]

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Protecting Your Dog’s Paws in the Snow

Walking the dogs in cold snowy weather is among the hazards of dog ownership, except if you’re fortunate enough to live where snow can not be found. In addition to the risks of having an enthusiastic dog on the end of the leash in icy conditions, ice and snow may result in damage to your […]

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Pet Safety Around The Home During Christmas

Christmas season could be an unusual time for your dogs. Their usual home environment is packed with trees, flowers and various other decorations and there are strange sounds like crackers and fireworks. Your daily routine is most likely to alter and there might be not familiar visitors visiting the house. We have attempted to provide […]

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Two-Legged Puppy ‘Duncan Lou Who’ Receives Wheelchair

Two-legged boxer puppy Duncan Lou Who, whose story has traveled the world, now has a wheelchair. Amanda Giese of Panda Paws Rescue, who took in Duncan, tells initially Duncan did not want to make use of the “lime green space ship.” “He is more comfortable out of it because for his entire life he’s done […]

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How to Successfully Bathe Your Dog

You will find no solid guidelines for how frequently to bathe a dog. The quality and texture of the dog’s hair will define simply how much dirt it gathers and how often the dog ought to be bathed. Your dog’s way of life and routines will likewise have an effect on how frequently she gets […]

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Dog’s Mood Provides Understanding of Owner’s Health

Monitoring a dog’s mood can offer crucial info into the wellbeing of its owner. Researchers at Newcastle University are making use of movement sensors to track regular dog behavior when the animals are both home alone and out-and-about. Giving a one of a kind understanding into the secret life of man’s best friend, the sensors […]

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How Much Exercise Do Boxer Dogs Need?

Something to understand about the Boxer breed is that they possess never-ending vitality! The type of energy that could power a household if you could develop the manner to connect their energy level to a generator! Boxer are excellent athletes… Shawn McGovern and Blake “The BMXing” Boxer race the 2012 USA BMX Grand national track […]

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VIDEO: Dog Trainer Saves Boxer Dog with CPR

Canyon Crest K9 Training Center owner, Ron Pace, saves the life of a boxer with CPR during a regular training session. During the session, the Boxer went into a seizure. As he stopped breathing and laid down Ron handed his assistant his Iphone with the video on and said to capture this so a veterinarian […]

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Pet Owner Revives 7-Month-Old Boxer Puppy After She Collapsed

When a puppy suddenly keeled over after being stung by a bee, its owners began to panic. But luckily their daughter, a 20-year-old nursery worker, knew exactly what to do. Emma Harris realised that seven-month-old boxer Lola had suffered an allergic reaction and swung into action. Decided to bring the family dog back from the […]

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Crash Testing For Dogs (Video)

To make the world less dangerous for pets, Lindsey Wolko had to design an indestructible dog. 2 years and thousands of dollars later, her nonprofit Center for Pet Safety in Reston, Va., possesses a set of crash-test dog dummies that were battered, throttled and sent flying to test car safety restraints. The unusual study of […]

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