Soft Coated Woxer Informationuse keyboard arrows for additional information about this breed
About the Soft Coated Woxer
The Soft Coated Woxer is a hybrid dog that is made up of a combination of two different purebreeds. It's a cross between the Boxer and the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. We've found the best method for understanding the characteristics of the Soft Coated Woxer is to read both of its ancestors descriptions taking note of their temperaments, size and general look.
*All hybrid content is user generated and edited by our staff. If you know a lot about the Soft Coated Woxer breed, please feel free to share what you know with our users. Please try to be as factual and well written as possible. Quality information will promote the growth of the breed.
The Soft Coated Woxer is a medium sized dog and its build often favors the Boxer. The fur is that of the Wheaton Terrier.
The Soft Coated Woxer is a loving and affectionate breed. Often very loyal to its owner. The Soft Coated Woxer is a very playful breed and often acts like a puppy well into adulthood. This is a high energy breed and requires plenty of daily exercise. The Soft Coated Woxer loves to run and will require frequent trips to the dog park. This breed is child friendly and rarely shows aggression if at all. Some are known to suffer from separation anxiety. A good owner will want to keep plenty of chew toys around when they are absent.
Be the first to write about the health of the Soft Coated Woxer
Be the first to write about grooming the Soft Coated Woxer
Be the first to write about the ideal environment for the Soft Coated Woxer
If you're having problems training your dog or getting control, you should read our review of DogProblems.com. Adam will do whatever it takes to help you whip your dog into shape. I've used them to help with my Great Dane as well as help friends train their dogs. It's the first place I go to help answer users Questions. Many training issues are too extensive to answer in this forum, which is why I refer a lot of the load to his site.
Update: I've been using and recommending DogProblems for three years now. I, as well as my users, value the techniques we've learned. I get weekly emails from users who have become better owners from the information they received.