The Boxer is a German breed that was created by crossing a Bullenbeisser, a little-known breed, and an English Bulldog. The Boxer is a loyal, intelligent, highly excitable breed. They are playful, curious and extremely energetic. These traits make it essential that anyone who adds a young one to their family be well-versed on how to train a Boxer puppy.
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If you obtained your boxer puppy at an early age, chances are you were a victim of his or her sharp little puppy teeth. It’s true; nearly everyone who comes in contact with boxer puppies has suffered from the fierce, yet adorable, puppy attacks. I constantly get emails asking me “Why does my boxer puppy always bite me?” or “How do I stop my boxer puppy from biting me?!” Boxer puppies are exceptionally cute but their constant biting and chewing can be a bit annoying. Lucky for you, there is a solution to this somewhat annoying behavior.
Just like with all dog training, identifying the source of the problem is the first step to a successful training of your dog from the biting little monster into a well behaved puppy. Boxer puppies have only one way to touch and feel things for themselves, and that is with their teeth. They don’t have two hands to pick up an object to figure out what it is. They can only pick it up with their mouths. Your new pants or those colorful socks look interesting to the little creatures so they latch on to them, biting you in the process.
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Are you aware dogs also have a learning style that can greatly affect their ability to housetrain as well as be trained correctly. Evaluate your Boxer's learning style and personality using our free Learning Style tool so that you are better able to provide him with the proper training methods.