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How We Care for Your Puppy

The first 16 weeks of your boxer pup's life are the most influential, critical ones.  Pups are put through ENS (early neurological stimulation) and ESI (early scent introduction).  They also experience Pat Hastings' Rule of 7's.  Visual, auditory, tactile stimuli enhance your pup's development.  Adventure boxes are set up.  We start crate and "potty" training.   We offer a pup with a solid foundation upon which you can build.   Take a look at Socialization Checklist - 100 Things in 100 Days, for suggestions and ideas. (proactive exposure training) 

 We do the other stuff, too.  CKC registration, age-appropriate worming and vaccination, microchipping, and vet checkup.

We do NOT dock tails, crop ears, or remove dew claws.

Did You Know?

Boxer fun & facts

  • You have to clean their wrinkles!  Helps prevent infection & odour.

  • Trimming nails isn't just about being pretty.  Longer nails break, chip, and splinter easier.  Long nails can be painful and lead to a host of unwanted challenges - arthritis, increased susceptibility to injury.

  • One of the breeds chosen in WW1 to assist German soldiers.

  • It takes about 3 years for the boxer to reach maturity.

  • Longest tongue on a dog belonged to a boxer named Brandy, 17 inches!

  • Boxers are lovers, not fighters.  In spite of their heritage as powerful and courageous hunters, one of the breed's most appealing traits is a tremendous love for their humans and a need to be loved in return.

  • In general, American boxers are more slender and fine boned, whereas their European counterparts are stockier and heavier in the front quarters. (

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