Boxer dogs are extremely loving and loyal to their owners, but leave a Boxer home alone for too long,
Common traits for Boxers can be hyperactivity, extreme shyness, and sometimes aggression. Stay consistent with your training techniques and you will never have to see these misadventures come out in your Boxer.
The best thing you can do for your Boxer is to implement a consistent exercise plan. Boxers can be very hyperactive and constantly need to be doing something. To curb destruction, take them for up to 3 walks a day with additional play sessions in the yard.
Boxers are very loving, great around children, extremely loyal, but they can be very shy and weary of strangers. Start socializing your dog early by taking them to dog parks, pet stores, and family gatherings. Remember, Boxers love attention so they can be great around large groups of people.
Most people wouldn’t expect Boxers to be aggressive, but they have the trait in them that can quickly emerge if triggered. These aggressive tendencies are more common in female Boxers because of drastic mood swings. Deter aggressive play and biting by keeping playtime under control.
It might seem like a lot, but training is the key to avoiding any future behavior issues with your new Boxer puppy. Just don’t forget to walk, play, and give them lots of attention.