Acquiring a four-legged friend, it is worth remembering that the appearance of a dog in the house is a very important step. She becomes a new member of the family, demanding a certain care and attention.
It is worthwhile to approach the issue of choosing the breed, because the size of the dog and the length of its fur are important.
If you want to buy a cheerful and affectionatea friend who loves children, but at the same time a fearless leader should think about purchasing a boxer's puppy. Representatives of this breed are rather unpretentious and clean.
Growth and development of the pet
After the appearance of the baby in the house, his master is given a great responsibility: he will not only have to look after him, but also to teach him.
As a rule, he will be weaned from his mother at the age of 45 days. Every pet should have a veterinary passport. It contains information about vaccinations made.
The boxer's puppy is a very friendly kid. He can approach unfamiliar people and even imperceptibly escape with another dog, not paying attention to his master.
The puppy of a boxer is the same child, so it's worthtreat his tricks patiently and do not forget about his upbringing. Active adaptation to the environment takes place at the age of 2-4 months. During this period the kid should spend a lot of time in the open air, play with his brothers and sisters and communicate with people around him. All that the master will teach him at this time, he will be well remembered and fulfilled all his life.
At the age of 4-8 months, the boxer's puppy does not depend so much on his owner, he begins to grow up.
His affection, as well as trust, will still have to be earned. By 8 months the dog is practically growing. The nature of the pet, its habits and interests begins to manifest itself.
By 18 months the boxer is fully grown andbecomes an adult. As a rule, he has a reliable nervous system, balanced, calm and self-confident. The playfulness that distinguishes him from other dogs does not last until the end of his life.
The Boxer is a very active and hardy dog. He will be happy to accompany his master on a long walk and during classes in various sports
Puppies of the German boxer will eat everything thatwill be in their bowls. They are not picky about food. However, it is better to stop your choice on specialized feeds, which contain all the vitamins and microelements necessary for the growth of the dog.
If the owner prefers natural food, then about half of the products should contain protein. It can be fish (sea, but except pollock), meat (only lean), eggs, cottage cheese.
It is better to refuse milk, preferring sour-milk products. Also do not forget about vegetables and cereals. Such a diet is also suitable for adult dogs.
The baby should have 4 feedings per day, in an adult boxer 1-2 times.
Boxer puppies, photos of which can be found, canbe white, red and brindle. Sometimes, because of the degree of saturation of the latter, it is mistaken for black. Also on the body there may be white spots, both symmetrical and not.