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The Boxer is a happy go lucky breed that makes excellent companions with a great sense of loyalty. They can suffer from stomach and breathing problems, among others. Learn more about Boxers here.
The Boxer is a sensitive and creative dog whose tendency toward boredom often turns to mischief. Learn more about this breed and their habits here.
The Boxer can quickly gain weight after middle age. Learn how to keep your Boxer feeling healthy here.
Boxers have very little odor and stay clean for long periods of time. Still, grooming is an important part of a good health regiment. Learn how to groom your Boxer here.
Boxers are friendly, gentle and high energy companions who are good with children but require plenty of exercise and proper training in order remain calm.
Some dog breeds seem to be everywhere. There are a few popular breeds that are the most common in the US, and all for good reason. Read about these friendly, personable dogs.
Knowing which are the most popular dog breeds may help you choose which type of canine you want for your home. Read about the most popular canine breeds at PetCareRx.
Is it cancer? Is it benign? Finding a lump under your dog's skin can make pet parents very anxious, and rightfully so. Here are some important things you should know about dog skin tumors and the steps to take in getting a proper diagnosis.
Purebred dogs are very popular here in the U.S. and it's important to know what health issues are common for each particular breed in order to keep your dog healthy and happy.
Congestive heart failure is a an extremely dangerous diagnosis and if left untreated, it can be fatal. Learn what the risk factors are here.
Alopecia is any underlying condition that causes hair loss in your dog’s coat. Learn more about alopecia, its causes, and how to treat it here.
While looking for dogs who don't shed may having you barking up the wrong tree (since all dogs with fur shed at least a little), you might try your luck with a short haired dog that requires minimal grooming. These dogs are all low maintenance when it comes to brushing.
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