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  1. Death of Newborn Puppies

    Health concerns
    How common is it for newborn puppies to die? I'm wondering if it just happens sometimes (even if the breeder did everything right) or if there are signs to look for that may be red flags for breeder care. Thanks.
  2. Help! Bumps on back under fur.

    Health concerns
    I noticed that Apollo has a few bumps on his back underneath his coat. They seem not to cause any pain to him but I would like to know what it is. Has anyone else experienced this. If so, whAt was it and what did u do to treat it.
  3. how old is your puppy, and how much does your puppy weigh?

    Puppies, Eggheads and Fur Babies
    I am trying to guage the growth of Snickers. Right now he is 14 weeks old and 27 pounds. How old is your Boxer? how much does he\she weigh?
  4. Let’s see those dogs

    General Boxer Forum
    Hey everyone, In an attempt to get this place a bit more active, and have more interaction with new and old members, I’m going to post random things daily and encourage you to do the same. I get many come here for advice and disappear but I miss the days where the forum was full of people...
  5. Beginners Guide to Raw Feeding

    Raw Diet
    EDIT 2016 - I have found that many dogs do not handle chicken very well or require more bone in the beginning to keep them solid. If you have completed week 1 of the transition but your dog still has runny or loose stools, stop feeding the legs all together. Instead look for ground necks/backs...
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