ALL ABOUT BOXERS: WORKING DOGS

ALL ABOUT BOXERS: WORKING DOGS

I MISPELLED HER NAME IT’S, KATHY OCHS. My apologies Kathy.

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Dogumentary TV sits down with Boxer breed enthusiast Kathy Ochs, to talk about this amazing dog breed.

A well-made Boxer in peak condition is an awesome sight. A male can stand as high as 25 inches at the shoulder; females run smaller. Their muscles ripple beneath a short, tight-fitting coat. The dark brown eyes and wrinkled forehead give the face an alert, curious look. The coat can be fawn or brindle, with white markings. Boxers move like the athletes they are named for: smooth and graceful, with a powerful forward thrust.

Boxers are upbeat and playful. Their patience and protective nature have earned them a reputation as a great dog with children. They take the jobs of watchdog and family guardian seriously and will meet threats fearlessly. Boxers do best when exposed to a lot of people and other animals in early puppyhood.