Training

  • Teach your dog to sit whenever you ask him to. Sit at the kerb when you cross the road. Sit in front of you. Then when he runs at you, or anyone else, if told sit he will sit.

    BUT it has to be practised, and used constantly, not just now and...

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  • The easiest and most effective way to housebreak your Boxer is through crate training.
    If you keep things simple, act consistently, and work with your Boxer's natural tendencies, your efforts will quickly pay off...

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  • Getting professional help with training your Boxer is a great idea.
    Not only do professionals have knowledge and expertise novices lack, but training classes can be an excellent way to socialize Boxers in a fun,...

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  • For Boxer owners, responsible ownership includes making an unwavering commitment to your dog's training.
    This is true for any dog owner, but the high intelligence level, energy, and curiosity Boxers typically...

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  • Boxers are natural born clowns, with strong, agile builds.
    They love to please, and enjoy learning and performing tricks that stimulate their mental and physical capabilities. Consider your Boxer a life long learner, and take advantage of trick...

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  • Discipline is one of the most important aspects of owning any Dog.
    Puppy school is not an option – it is a necessity to train owners and it is important to include children in the family. That way, everyone will learn how to manage the dog and...

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  • Who wants to go for a walk? Your Boxer does! This breed loves to socialize with other dogs and meet new people. As well, walks are a great way to exercise your dog and should be done daily. And with the proper lead training, you can take your Boxer...

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