Brough's Books on Boxer Dogs


Books on Raising and Training Boxer Dogs
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Boxers : Everything About Housing, Care, Nutrition, Breeding, and Health Care (Barron's Complete Pet Owner's Manual)
by Johanna Thiel, et al
This companionable, quick-to-learn breed has long been a favorite among dog owners. Books in the Complete Pet Owner's Manuals series present basic information for new or soon-to-be owners. Advice and instruction covers feeding, housing, health care, training, grooming, and much more. Texts emphasize pet care basics and are easy for all readers to understand. All books in this series are filled with high quality full-color photos and instructive line drawings. Length averages between 64 and 104 pages. 
Paperback - 95 pages
Barrons Educational Series; ISBN: 0764110519

The Boxer: Family Favorite (170 color photographs)
by Stephanie Abraham

Boxers for Dummies
by Richard G. Beauchamp

The Boxer Handbook (Barron's Pet Handbooks)
by Joan Hustace Walker

World of the Boxer: AKC Rank 13
by Richard Tomita, Rick Tomita

How to Train Your Boxer
by Liz Palika

Guide to Owning a Boxer: Puppy Care, Health, Feeding, Training, Showing, Breed Standard (Re Dog Series)
by Patti Rutledge

The Boxer
by Anna Katherine Nicholas
(Hardcover - April 1985)

The Essential Boxer: Total Care, Training, Companionship, Feeding and Grooming Your Dog, Keeping Your Pet Healthy
by Ian Dunbar (Editor)

Training Your Boxer (Training Your Dog Series)
by Joan Hustace Walker
When correctly trained, the handsome Boxer is renowned for unswerving loyalty to its master and its fearlessness as a guard dog. Training Your Dog books teach ordinary non-expert dog owners how to train their own pets. Virtually every aspect of training is covered, with special focus on the distinctive traits of individual breeds. Dog owners are instructed on humane but effective methods of housebreaking and paper training, obedience training, teaching the dog to respond to verbal commands and hand signals, walking on a leash, and more. Also covered are methods of correcting bad habits such as begging, unwanted barking, and showing hostile behavior. There are many instructive, full-color photos in each book.
Paperback - 176 pages (March 1, )
Barrons Educational Series; ISBN: 0764116347

Boxers: A Book of 21 Postcards
by BrownTrout Publishers

Living with a Boxer
by Sharon Hannibal

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