Dog having more fun with Owner's

Dog having more fun with Owner's




If you plan on bringing a Boxer home, there are a few common health concerns you should be aware of. One problem to be aware of degenerative myelopathy. This is a condition that cause problems with a dog’s nervous system and spinal cord. Unfortunately, there is no treatment for this condition, and it will eventually lead to either full or partial paralysis of a Boxer’s lower limbs. If you notice that your dog is having difficulty walking or other symptoms, be sure to schedule an appointment with their vet right away.

Dog having more fun with Owner's

Dog having more fun with Owner's

Cardiomyopathy is another condition that Boxers may suffer from. Boxers are more at risk for this disorder than other dog breeds because of their genes. Boxers with Cardiomyopathy will have an irregular heartbeat and may faint. Their hearts are not able to effectively pump blood to all the different parts of their body. You may begin to notice symptoms of this disease when your dog is about two years old.

Dog having more fun with Owner's

Dog having more fun with Owner's

As a large dog, Boxers may also suffer from Bloat. Bloat is a gastric disorder that causes the dog’s gastrointestinal system to swell. This prevents them from being able to digest their food and can be very serious if not treated immediately. Bloat often occurs after a dog eats a large meal and then is very active, so you should feed your dog smaller meals and hold off on exercising right after they have eaten.
Dog having more fun with Owner's

Dog having more fun with Owner's

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