Animated. Playful. Energetic. A little cuckoo in the best way. These are a few ways that Boxer parents will describe their pups. Do you think a Boxer puppy is right for you? Brush up on your Boxer puppy facts first.
Cancer is a disease that hits humans and animals, but here are some telltale signs of the disease in dogs, and what you can do to help prevent its onset.
Fifty-six men signed the Declaration of Independence, which was adopted on July 4, 1776; here are 27 adoptable animals who share their names with those who signed the document.
Despite arguments and past practices to the contrary, cropping a dog’s ears and docking his tail are cosmetic surgeries with very little health benefits.
A small dog is once again the most popular canine on DogTime.com for the year — take a look at our 2014 list and see what other dogs got the most traffic.
Gallery: DogtTime.com takes a look at the winners of the top prize for World's Ugliest Dog since 2000; Chinese Crested dogs always seem to win, but there are exceptions.
Video: Leonardo, a Boxer dog, is completely spooked by a leaf sitting on a window sill — one would think that the dog was barking at a cat (or something).
The elderly blind Boxer dog showed signs of excessive breeding, dehydration, and starvation; donations are being taken for the animal’s care and treatment.
Video: A couple brings their newborn home; watch the family dog’s priceless reaction as she listens to the baby cry for the first time in this amazing footage.
When the 9-year-old Boxer was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer, his owner compiled a list of things the dog always wanted to do — from visiting a pub to eating a cheeseburger.
Sidelined by a devastating injury last year, 2010 Olympic gold medal-winner Lindsey Vonn must skip Sochi…but she did find a soul mate in an injured shelter dog named Leo.
What do the Labrador Retriever, Shih Tzu, and Cockapoo all have in common? They’re three of the 10 most-searched mixed and pure-bred dogs on DogTime.com in 2013.
Video: A Boxer dog licks a lime, and while it’s uncertain if he likes the taste or not, keeps coming back for more. Take a look at our video pick of the week.
Nose work courses teach humans and dogs to take several factors into account when searching by scent, such as air flow, proper leash handling, and reading a dog’s signals.
Meet Duncan, a Boxer who had both of his deformed rear legs amputated; yet, after the procedure, he is in excellent spirits, and gets along fine as a biped — check it out.
Duncan, a 3-month-old Boxer, was born with two deformed rear legs that caused the pooch extreme pain; he became more mobile after the mangled limbs were amputated.
Two hero dogs – a Georgia Boxer and a Michigan Dachshund – who, in separate incidents, unselfishly sacrificed their lives in order to protect the ones they loved.
After deployment in Egypt, Bo Ready found relief from PTSD through his dog, Diesel; unfortunately, the pooch is a Pit Bull — a breed banned by his city’s BSL.
Some think buying a puppy or kitten from a pet store is the same as rescuing it; it isn’t – in fact, doing so merely perpetuates a cycle of mill breeding and misery.
Video: With footage captured via underwater camera, watch as a fearless Boxer dog named Rex dives into a swimming pool to fetch an object thrown by his owner.
For the 22nd year in a row, the Labrador Retriever was ranked as the most popular dog in America, according to an annual report released by the American Kennel Club. The Lab retaining the top slot adds excitement to the 2013 rankings, as the top-ranked pooch is now tied with the Poodle for the dog […]