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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are Boxer dogs easy to train?
Boxer dogs are intelligent, agile and responsive, making it easy to train them. Due to their military history, they are excellent at following instructions and love to lead as well as be led. But they also have a curious and independent streak, so your chances of training and socialising them will increase if you make it fun for them.
Boxer dogs are also big, strong and easily excitable. They can accidentally knock you over because they are unable to control their actions.
Which is why it is important to let them take training and socialisation seriously from a young age. They also need a lot of love, attention and stimulation to be their best versions.
For instance, start with basic cues such as Sit and Stay, use dog treats for positive reinforcement when they listen to a cue and socialise them by letting them be around family/friends and depending on their preference, other dogs.
Are Boxer dogs good family dogs?
Despite their military history and imposing demeanour, boxer dogs are goofy, fun-loving and there is never a dull moment around them! They are loyal, loving and instinctively protective of their loved ones. If socialised well from a young age, they make fantastic companions for families.
How do I use a dog brush for Boxers?
Comb in the direction of hair growth and away from the skin. Work on the coat in sections to make it easier. Remove tangles gently, do not pull on the coat too hard as it will hurt your dog.
How often should I bathe my Boxer dog?
During summers, you can bathe your Boxer once every 2-4 weeks as required. Bathing your dog is an excellent way to bond with them and check for skin problems or lumps that may otherwise go unnoticed. It also depends on where you live and how much dirt your pet’s coat collects.
Practice a basic grooming routine to understand your dog’s coat better. In cities, due to pollution, a dog’s coat gets grimier much faster. So, a bath once in 15 days may be required. The type and length of your pet’s coat also plays a role here.
If the weather is not cloudy, the coat may not dry well after a bath at home. On such occasions, make an appointment at a pet spa where professional dryers are used to ensure the skin and coat are completely dry post bath. Damp coats can lead to infections and irritation.