It’s time for seven 6-week-old Boxer puppies learn some basic commands. Here are Buck, Monty, Lennox, Lambchop, Scarlett, Stewart and Frank… …learning to “sit” with lure reward training. So CUTE.
This cute Boxer dog can count! She’s so clever. What’s the trick? Mom gets her sweet Boxer to bark like this using hand signal. 1 finger showing for 1 bark, 2 fingers for 2 barks and so on.
Honey, the Boxer, has learned this trick in 5 minutes. She’s so smart… Now, she is able to balance almost anything on her nose. SO COOL!
Gracey, the Boxer, is a very smart and athletic girl! In this video she does some very cool tricks… …and a few awesome jumps over the chair! She a very well trained Boxer.
Rocco, the Boxer, likes to learn tricks! Here are the tricks Rocco knows: – Sit – Liedown – Shake – High-five – Limp – Leg weave – Peek-a-boo – Give me a kiss (not shown in the video) – Bang
Does you dog know how to read? Well… Allie, the Boxer, is a smart girl. Here she is with her mom learning how to read! Amazing.
Mojito, the Boxer, LOOOVES to do tricks… The owner says that he is trained with just: – clicker-training; – and positive reinforcement. Watch him doing amazing tricks:
The most crucial moment in a puppy’s growth is throughout the first year, in particular during the first 4 months of life. First 4 Months of Age: The Imprinting Period Puppies have a tiny window of time during brain development when they are most impressionable. This is called the imprinting period. Here’s a cute video […]
The time between 8 to 12 weeks is occasionally referred to as the fear imprint period. It is usually thought that any painful or particularly frightening experience results in a long lasting impression on a pup at this time, even more than if that same experience took place at some other time in life. ensure […]
Boxers love to explore and socialize with other dogs and people. But it can be challenging to train the boxer since they get easily distracted. Boxers will require lots of praise as you try to train them right from wrong. One of the easiest training techniques is avoiding your pet from pulling on the leash. […]