The tail is usually punctured from around 6 weeks of age. Likewise, the ears of this breed are also chopped up as babies. The head of a purebred Boxer should be in proper proportion to their body, without excess fat and wrinkles. The lower jaw is slightly protruding from the upper one, the edges are curved upwards. When the dog closes its mouth, the teeth and tongue should not be exposed. The big Boxer nose is black and is upturned to reveal the nostrils clearly. The eyes are dark in color. Grooming the coat: The short, smooth coat is easy to care for. Bathe them only when necessary to remove their oil from the skin. Boxers are very clean and often lick their own fur like cats, with moderate hair loss.
The Boxer is a playful, affectionate, curious and very active dog. They are very smart, eager to learn new things and learn quite quickly but can also be quite stubborn. This is a suitable breed for competitions. Always in a moving state, they are very attached to and attached to the owner. Loyal and affectionate, they always find a common voice with young children. A Boxer dog that is well bred and groomed will be able to get along well with other dogs and pets. They especially like to use their forelegs to play with their food bowls. In addition, they also like to pick up objects and hide them away.