The Boxer is an amazing and super playful dog, energetic and definitely a handful (in a good way of course). This breed of dog is very loyal and when a friendship is built it lasts forever. The boxer is unique and not for everyone if you are a new owner of a boxer you have to be aware that they need a lot of attention and training. They are extremely intelligent dogs, which can work to your advantage when it comes to training, but then again can be very disadvantageous, as they know how to use their intelligence to get what they want.
Boxer dog training consists of training them up to become good guard dogs; this is their main profession if you like. People who do not know boxers tend to assume that they are naturally aggressive when they are in fact the opposite and could not be more playful than any other dog! Because of their excellent stature and aggressive look, people are automatically assuming this dog could do more harm than good. If your boxer is not trained properly then he just might.
Because they are so smart, Boxers can be very stubborn but when it comes to training a boxer, it can be very helpful. Owners must remember that there may be times when you ask him to do something and he’s going to look you in the face and basically tell you where to go, he knows he is supposed to do what you are telling him but he decides he can’t be bothered and doesn’t. You have to remember that in these circumstances is to be patient. From as early as 6 weeks old you should start your boxer dog training as this will help him when he grows up, socialize him, play with him and teach him, but do it in an exciting way and he is more likely to listen.
The main aspect of training for a boxer to socialize. Boxers can be very friendly dogs but they need to be trained to become one. They need to get accustomed to other dogs and people. The best way to do this is training classes. That way your boxer will be trained alongside other dogs.
When your boxer reaches 13-16 weeks old it’s time for some serious dog training, this is the stage where he is going to test for dominance, he will nip and try to show you that he is the more dominant one, mostly by not listening to you. You must be a strong leader at this time; you must show him that bad behaviors will not be tolerated.
Boxers are genuinely a very lovable family dog and would make a proud pet for anyone, they are dogs that prefer to sit on your lap for a cuddle than anything else. Train your boxer early with some serious boxer dog training and you can be assured you will have a stunning, loyal family friend!