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    How to stop a boxer dog from biting?

    Articlegeneral dog adviceTuesday 30 August 2011
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    Boxers are very lively and energetic animals. They need to have their daily dosis of exercises in order to prevent the unwanted behaviour. However, if your dog seems to bite everything what it encounters on its way, you should react as soon as possible. Boxers do bite and when adults it might hurt. Learn below how to stop your Boxer dog from biting.

    Boxers are intelligent creatures and they know how to attack to hurt their victim. Each time you leave your house you should remember to keep your dog on a leash at all times to prevent sad situations. That will help you have your Boxer under control. Many Boxers tend to bite and jump on their owners when their young. Although it is done when playing and not in an aggressive way, those habits must be stop in order to prevent the unwanted behaviour in the future. 

    When your puppy starts nipping at you, ignore him completely and never pet him. When your dog stops, then you can give it all attention it wants. If your puppy starts to growl or bite in an aggressive way, put a stop to it immediately. Socializing your dog is also very important. It should get used to other people, sights and especially dogs. Taking your dog to the park and walk it around might be a good way to show your dog around. 

    Learn here how to take care of your Boxer.

    Text source: flickr.com; image source: flickr.com

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