Boxers can look tough and aggressive, but it is only superficial, in life they are attractive, playful and joyful friends for a person.
They get along with the whole family, including children and other pets, be it a cat, a turtle or another dog. A boxer is well suited for living in an apartment or in a large family.
weight: 25-35 kg;
height: 53-60 cm.
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In one of our articles, we already wrote why it is worth taking a dog from a shelter. It has a good tablet comparing the pros and cons of “dogs for money” and “free dogs”.
Most dogs in shelters are adults. Dogs at home and in the shelter make a completely different impression. It is very sad to look at these poor scared animals who do not understand where they are and wait for the owners to return and take them back home.
Unfortunately, many of these dogs will never leave the shelter … unless there is a family with a good heart that will give them a second chance. Continue reading
Surely, when you imagine an animal drinking milk, the first ones that come to mind are cats who happily lap it from their bowl. After all, they love this product so much that they can drink it almost indefinitely. But, if we recall the other four-legged pets, is it possible to say with certainty that dogs drink milk? Most dogs can drink cow or goat milk, but there are also dogs with lactose intolerance. At the same time, most dogs can still easily drink milk.
When can dogs drink milk?
No one doubts that puppies definitely drink mother’s milk. Milk contains sugar, also called lactose, which requires an enzyme called lactase to break down. As a rule, in the body of puppies this enzyme is present in a sufficiently large amount, therefore, splitting of mother’s milk during feeding does not cause problems. However, when taking mother’s milk with ease, puppies cannot tolerate cow or goat milk, which you might want to treat them to by finding it in your refrigerator. Continue reading