08 Jun 2011
Congratulations on having brought a boxer puppy to your home. This new added member of your family has a very good behavior which includes playfulness, an intense curiosity and an energy level beyond that of most other breeds. Boxers are famous for being much attached to the other members of family. The boxer grows faster, so it is important to house train them early. Moreover to form a lifetime companionship with a boxer, you must start training your boxer right from an early age. Here are a few easy steps to house train your Boxer puppy.
1) Make a schedule for everything related to your boxer. You should feed your boxer puppy at consistent intervals throughout the day. You should also take your boxer puppy outside 10-20 minutes a day.
2) Use words to train your puppy. Boxers are smart breed of dogs and can pick up human words and their related meaning quickly.
3) Crate train your boxer puppy. Lure it into the crate, may be with a treat and praise it for staying there. Since most dogs don’t like to pee or defecate at the area where they stay or have food, the boxer will learn to defecate outside.
4) Watch your puppy for behavioral signs. If your puppy does something strange like sniffing or other behaviors that might be related to peering, take him outside immediately.
5) Praise your puppy when it does any activity well and give him a treat. You can also fuss or play with him. And use a happy tone to congratulate it.