Welcome to The Boxer Dog Stories

Specs Dogs is a collection of boxer dog stories told from the eyes of Brix, the boxer dog. He is also known as the B-Stud. From these boxer stories, we learn of the joys and pains of puppy-hood to adult life. Along the way, boxer dog and owner learn to strengthen their human to canine bond thru training, playing and just being plain silly. Enjoy!

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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Is Your Dog Racist

This morning the family went to Starbucks Coffee.  Mom went in and Dad stayed with me outside.

While we were waiting one caucasian man said:

"...Hey nice dog.  My buddy has one exactly the same..."
" He has a brindle too eh?  Nice have a good day."  Dad replied to the man.

Just moments later...another caucasian man saw us outstide Starbucks and said.

"Nice dog...."
"Thanks." Dad replied and waved.
"Brix, everyone thinks you're pretty."
"I know I am Dad, just look at me.", I flexed my hind leg muscles.

Finally Mom came out with her coffee.

"Ah look at my handsome Brix."

Then out of the corner of my eye I saw a darker shade of caucasian (which = black guy).  He was right behind Mom  and I knew Mom was in danger.  I started to pull Dad and started to growl.

"Brix!  Stop it.  Don't be racist. He's not even doing anything." Dad yelled
"OMG, our dog is racist." Mom said when we got into the car.
"Mom, Dad, you know I'm not racist.  I'm colour blind. !!!!"

With that Mom and Dad shut up the rest of the way home.

B-Stud wins again.

"Brix...you know dogs see in shades of....."
"Shut up Dad....I win!..."

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Education Time from Professor Brix

So Xmas is coming soon, and I knows all you humans want to buy puppies for the kids.  But if you don't know anything about puppyhood, Professor B-Stud can help. 

Dad didn't know anything about dogs....he was scared of dogs actually.  That's what he tells me.  Because Mom wanted a dog so bad....Dad decided he'd volunteer at the local canine daycare to learn about dogs.  That's where I met Dad and he met me at about 12 weeks.  Not love at first sight though.  He was a wimpy fellow and a push over.  Little did we know, a year later I would end up joining his pack.

Mom and Dad missed my puppyhood years, they were lucky I was an adult already.  But I have this handy ebook that was sent from a friend.  It's all about what to expect in puppyhood.  I thought I'd share it with you all.  Here's the link:


Oh and by the way, keep in mind, there is no "perfect" puppy.

Dr. B-Stud.