Boxer Dog Training – So You Want to Train Your Boxer Dog?

A few days ago, you saw a very cute boxer dog puppy. And yes, it is really cute and adorable. So, you really want to get it as your pet.

After consulting your family members and thinking over the issues for a few days, you have finally come to a decision. Yes, you are going to buy the puppy. You are going to adopt it as a new pet in your house.

So, you have bought the new boxer dog pup. It is supposed to be an enjoyable experience right? Well, not until your boxer dog puppy first urinate on your expensive carpet that you spent thousands of dollars on.

Now, you realize that bringing up a boxer dog puppy is no easy task. And rightly so. As a pet owner, you have a lot of responsibility. In fact, it is your responsibility to make sure that your puppy goes through the proper dog obedience training and house training.

Without the proper house training and dog obedience training, your puppy is only going to make a mess out of your house. You certainly don’t want that to happen to you, do you?

Now, you probably have some questions in your mind.

1) When is the best time to start training my boxer dog puppy?

Well, the answer is NOW! Yes, that’s right. The best time to start training a dog is as soon as possible. Just like human being, dogs are also creatures of habit. Once you pick up a bad habit, it is very difficult for you to get rid of it. Same here for dogs.

If you don’t train your dog as soon as possible, it is only going to pick up bad habits over time and it will be harder to correct them once it is deeply ingrained in the dog. Not that it is impossible but it will simply take a lot more work to get rid of those bad habits from the dog.

2) Should I train my boxer dog personally or should I engage the service of a dog training professional?

Well, it really depends on your own preferences. If you are interested in training your own pet personally, why not? Of course, each choice comes with its own pros and cons.

Training your own pet means there is a possibility that you might make mistakes. A professional dog trainer is more experienced and will be able to train your puppy well. Of course, it is also a more expensive approach.

Source by Jason Haner

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