Boxer Dogs can make good pets in Wisconsin if they match your IifestyIe. Boxer dogs are energetic, playful and intelligent animals, they like to clown around a lot and will keep you laughing. Boxers learn new things quickly, and, at the same time, can be clever and stubborn. Boxer dogs bond well with a family, are very affectionate and get along well with children. Boxers need a lot of exercise, and will be well-behaved as long as they are taken on long walks every day. If kept confined without a lot of exercise, however, boxer dogs can become destructive. Boxers require lots of human companionship and should never be left alone for long periods of time.
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| The name boxer originates from the fact that boxer dogs look like they are actually boxing when they play using their front paws. The boxer was originally bred from the English Bulldog and the now extinct Bullenbeisser. Boxer dogs are the sixth most popular breed in the United States.
Wisconsin Animal Rescue
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Racine County - Racine 53403
Countryside Humane Society 262-554-6699
Rock County - Janesville 53545
Rock County Humane Society 608-752-5622
Dane County - Stoughton, Wisconsin 53589
Small Animal Advocates 608-873-9851
Dane County - Madison 53718
Dane County Humane Society 608-838-0413
Dane County - Madison, WI 53703
Alliance for Animals 608-257-6333
Sauk County - Baraboo, Wisconsin 53913
Sauk County Humane Society 608-356-2520
Eau Claire County - Eau Claire, WI 54701
Eau Claire County Humane Association 715-839-4747
Washburn County - Shell Lake 54871
Washburn County Area Humane Society 715-468-4200
Burnett County - Siren 54872
Humane Society of Burnett County 715-866-4096
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