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Debbie   Fraziers Bottom, WV

9/16/2011 7:04:56 AM

I love my boxers. I have 3 right now. Once you own a boxer you will never own anything else. They are very loyal & lovings dogs.

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Gabe   Gatesville, TX

7/6/2011 5:56:04 PM

I think this will be helpful to people who want a boxer.Also to people who have a boxer at home but don't know how to take care of it.

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Anthony   Madison, WI

6/3/2011 11:31:20 PM

This article missed one of the most important Boxer traits, their extreme affection. While a fairly large dog, my Boxer is an extraordinarly loving, affectionate creature who often thinks she's a lap dog. She loves nothing more than to lay alongside me on the couch and lay her head across my chest. Sure she snores somtimes, and that becomes incredibly
endearing.

She's very sensitive as well. She knows her boundaries, and she knows when she's done good (most of the time) or bad (very, very rare, and usually involves things like eating leaves off my indoor plants in the winter).


Finally, Boxers' traits as a comedian are renowned. And the classic Boxer tailwagging where the Boxer emphatically shakes and twists their entire back half is not only funny, but also highly endearing. My boys and I have nicknamed our Boxer "Miss Wigglebum", which she seems to understand and wiggles, shakes, and dances all the more when we call her that.


I'm a totalliy and permanently disabled young combat veteran, and I cannot imagin a better companion. She's great for my PTSD, and I never realized that a dog could make me so happy.


I've had dogs and been around dogs all my life, but the Boxer is truly special. Mine needs lots of attention and does not do well being alone for more than a couple hours, but if you're looking for an incredible companion who is loving, respectful, intelligent, and fun, the Boxer is as good as it gets.

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Stacy   Homosassa, FL

9/27/2010 4:53:59 PM

Does anyone know if this breed is more predisposed to cancer than other breeds?

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Frankie   Sylmar, CA

7/22/2010 2:35:04 PM

LUV my Boxers! Best breed I've ever had! I've had german shepards, huskies, chow-chows, and a st Bernard , NONE have been as smart, afffectionate, or as protective and good with children as my Boxers.

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shirley   sturgis, SD

2/15/2010 5:26:23 PM

i always wanted a boxer as a child and couldn't have one. now married and with children i thought it would be a good time to get one. well we got one and loved her so much so much we got another one , then another one. then we got an older on somebody couldn't keep any more. so now we have 4. they keep us laughing with their behavior . they do need a lot of exercise (we have an acre) and we walk them. training is a must also, you have to let them know you are the boss always. they are very easy to train and great with kids. they have strong jaws and go though alot of dog toys! i wouldnt trade them for any other breed!

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paul   missoula, MT

1/2/2010 5:05:16 PM

we got our boxer from friends that were going to give him to the human society. my wife and i decided to take him we thought he would be a handfull but he turned out to be a delight. we named him boris and he has been apart of our family every since.

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paul   missoula, MT

1/2/2010 5:04:15 PM

we got our boxer from friends that were going to give him to the human society. my wife and i decided to take him we thought he would be a handfull but he turned out to be a delight. we named him boris and he has been apart of our family every since.

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Donna   Ft. Gibson, OK

1/2/2010 4:06:14 AM

When my husband first brought home my boxer, I thought she was a horse of a dog. Later, I fell inlove with this loveable breed. She is loyal, lovable, and even cuddly. She makes me laugh with her antics, even at 15. I'll lose a good friend when we have to part.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

8/29/2009 7:01:43 AM

good article thank you

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