Boxer Coat Care
Boxers have very little odor and stay clean for long periods of time. Still, grooming is an important part of a good health regiment.
With a short, tight coat that doesn't mat or tangle, the Boxer dog is practically "wash and wear." In fact, outside of a hairless breed, a healthy Boxer's coat is about as low maintenance as it gets. But it's not necessarily this way for all Boxers. There may be skin-related issues that require you to bathe your Boxer more frequently; for example, if the dog suffers from food or flea allergies, or if your dog likes to roll around in dirt. If your dog is an indoor dog or couch potato, however, the grooming procedures are quite minimal. Boxers are naturally clean animals who groom themselves with their cat-like licking skills.
|ENERGY & SIZE
High Energy and Very Active, Boxers are
strong, quick, busy dogs who need plenty of
exercise; they enjoy physical and mental
|DID YOU KNOW?
The Boxer was one of the first breeds selected in Germany for police training.
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