Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions of Boxer Dogs

Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions of Boxer Dogs

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Most Common Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions of Boxer Dogs

Boxer dogs are one of the most popular dogs in the United States and like many breeds they are vulnerable to many different symptoms, conditions and diseases. Boxers are specifically known for their predilection to different types of cancer.

To read more about the Boxer breed – Go to Boxer Breed Profile.

What are most common conditions of boxers? What are the most common reasons Boxers go to the veterinarian?

Here is the list of the most common symptoms and conditions submitted by boxer owners:

Most Common Symptoms of Boxer Dogs

1.        Mass of body region
2.        Diarrhea
3.        Urinary tract infection
4.        Vomiting
5.        Allergy
6.        Gastroenteritis
7.        Conjunctivitis
8.        Skin mass
9.        Seizure
10.      Lethargy

Most Common Diseases of Boxer Dogs

1.        Lymphoma
2.        Ventricular arrhythmia
3.        Hypothyroidism
4.        Cranial cruciate ligament tear
5.        Mast cell neoplasm
6.        Colitis
7.        Giardiasis
8.        Otitis Externa
9.        Subaortic stenosis
10.      Pyoderma

I hope this list of most common conditions, symptoms and diseases of boxers gives you more information about boxers.

For more information on Boxer Dogs- read this article by the Irreverent Veterinarian that gives you and Irreverent and Honest Opinion on this breed. Go to:  Boxers – The Irreverent Vet’s Opinion on the Boxer.

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