Boxer(redirected from Boxer ulcer)
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a medium-sized, short-nosed dog with a short brown coat and white and black markings around the face, chest and legs. It has a tail docked to a short length and, where practiced, the ears are cropped. The breed is predisposed to aortic and carotid body tumors, congenital heart defects, cardiomyopathy, gingival hyperplasia, skin tumors (particularly mastocytomas, melanomas and histiocytomas), brain tumors, corneal ulceration, histiocytic ulcerative colitis and an inherited axonopathy.
see refractory ulcer.