Exercising Your Boxer

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Exercise is a thing your Boxer requires and it really is likewise something that will enhance your own health and mind-set.

Thankfully, you do not have to be a long-distance runner to provide your Boxer the exercise she requires.

Going for walks at a pace that tells you you’re carrying out something more than just slogging along is a excellent pace for both you and your Boxer.

Although Boxers aren’t classed among the high-strung breeds, their heritage is filled with pursuits that needed a better-than-average energy level. That energy does not just disappear because you’d like it to. It will be utilized in a way, and if you would prefer that your Boxer does so by eating the sofa or taking down the wallpaper, that is entirely your choice. But the majority of Boxer owners might choose to have their dog use up her energy by taking a good brisk walk, playing catch, or bringing back a Frisbee.

Don’t assume your Boxer will get the exercise he needs on his own, except if another dog is around. However, in case you are engaged, perhaps by tossing a toy to your dog, a Boxer of any age is ready, willing and able to enjoy the activity right along you.

The Boxer is an eager and capable competitor in virtually every sports and activity offered to dogs. So, you may also consider to get your dog to participate in some activities:

1. Competitive Activities

  • Agility
  • Conformation
  • Dock Jumping
  • Flyball
  • Musical Freestyle
  • Obediance
  • Schutzhund
  • Weight Pull

2. Noncompetitive Activities

  • Canine Good Citizen Test
  • Carting
  • Rally
  • Tracking
  • Search and Rescue (SAR)
  • Animal-Assisted Therapy