National Boxer Day Recognized by TheWoofBook.com

January 17, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Laguna Niguel, CA - As part of its ongoing series of National Dog Breed Day celebrations, TheWoofBook.com announces January 17th as National Boxer Day. One of America’s most popular breeds, the playful and affectionate Boxer is great with children and makes a wonderful family pet.

The Boxer sports a naturally muscular body with a sleek, short coat, giving them the appearance of the athletes they are. Their wrinkled foreheads and bright, curious eyes make the Boxer a very attractive breed indeed.


Breed Ambassador for TheWoofBook.com Mallory Lahkota explains, “Boxers are wonderful with children and they become serious watchdogs and guardians for the family. Be sure to give them plenty of exposure to other animals and a variety of people when they are young, as this brings out the best in them as they grow up.”

Male Boxers can stand a full 25 inches at the shoulder and weigh up to eighty pounds with females weighing about 15 pounds less than the males. With their muscular bodies, they move with grace and speed and are beautiful to watch.

The Boxer breed, along with all the dog breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club, has its own group at TheWoofBook.com. Boxer owners and lovers can join this group or dog groups of their choice by going to https://thewoofbook.com/groups/Boxers.

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For more information about The Woof Book, contact the company here:

The Woof Book
Charlet C. Sterling
949-596-9127
greatservice@thewoofbox.com
28202 Cabot Road
STE 300
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

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