Living with a Boxer

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Sharon Hannibal
Barron's, 2002 - Pets - 126 pages
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The Boxer's intelligence, strength, and fearlessness are qualities that make it a superb guard dog. This breed also makes a loyal, friendly household companion. Titles in this growing series are written especially for owners who have just acquired a pedigreed pup, as well as for prospective owners trying to decide on which breed to choose. Each book gives an in-depth presentation of the special needs and traits of a specific dog breed. Which are best with kids? Which make good working farm dogs? Which are good hunters? Is the breed ideal for an owner who merely wants a companionable house pet? Living with a Pet books give readers a detailed understanding of the title breed's daily needs, special abilities, physical and personality traits, susceptibility to health problems, and the steps owners should take to ensure a happy relationship with dogs of all breeds. These hardcover and dust-jacketed volumes are filled with unusually attractive full-color photos and interesting sidebar features. .

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Great book. Great info and pictures. If you have boxers or love boxers this is the book for you. Read full review


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About the author (2002)

Hannibal has enjoyed success with Boxers in the show ring. She runs the Central Boxer Rescue Organization in the U.K. and is involved in Boxer Puppyline, which is an advisory service for people thinking of acquiring a Boxer.

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