[VIDEO] Boxer Mom Is Teaching Her Puppies Dog Manners

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Mom is busy socializing her puppies in this video.  Her name is JuneBug.  Not only does she excel in socializing her kids, she is a multi-tasker too.  Yes, even dog moms multi-task.  And she is very responsive to her kids.  She jumps inside their crate at the first cry.

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At this filming, her pups are 8-weeks-old.  She is teaching them manners—dog manners.   This is an important part of a puppy’s learning.  This is why puppies stay with their Mom for a certain period of time before they go to new families.  They are learning the etiquette in canine world.

Characteristics of a Boxer

If you are thinking about getting a Boxer, one of the first questions to ask yourself is whether you have the time and energy to exercise them and play with them, according to Dog Time.  Boxers are high energy dogs.  They are ready for action.  They want mental stimulation, they want to jump, they want to explore  new smells and sights.   If your lifestyle is such that you would rather not spend what little leisure time you have to provide the activities needed by a high energy dog, it’s best to consider a different breed.  Boxers mature slowly, which means they’ll be puppy like for a few years, writes Dog Time.  That’s good news in a way.  Puppy energy is so fun to be with.  Boxers really need to be around their family.  They don’t like to be left alone for long, and certainly not left out in the yard by themselves.  Because they are independent and don’t like to be bossed around, when you train your Boxer, make it a fun experience for them.  Isn’t that true for us humans too?  Boxers are alert guard dogs, and they’ll be wary of strangers .  But they are very playful and patient when it comes to children.  You can read more about Boxers here.  Enjoy watching Mom teaching her puppies some dog manners.

Article source:  Dog Time

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