I Just Got A Wonderful Boxer Puppy,Since my last husky just passed away at the age of 11 years old. ive not been around lately. Been very busy and plum forgot about this site for awhile,fought breast cancer, and had a baby. so ive been fairly Busy ha. But i was wondering if anyone had any tips on building the perfect back yard playground for a happy boxer?
just treat it kindly, never abuse it. keep it around more and more people, so it gets used to them, take him/her for a walk let him/her play with a lot of other dogs, just give it a good nlife and you'll get back a reward of the dog being a nice and friendly boxer!
Lots of room to run, and fenced in yard is the best to keep your boxer safe and keep other dogs out, probably at least a 6ft fence as they like to jump. balls and chew toys for outside play so they wont get bored and try to escape. plenty of water in the water bowl so they stay hydrated. I also have boxers check my site out ***************** hope you enjoy your boxer i know we have
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Boxers are escape artists. So you want to make sure your yard is secure. High fences that are strong. Boxers are diggers so make sure they can't dig under your fence. You may come home and find a new basement you never knew you had :)
No plants will be safe. Boxers think they are gardeners. At least, they can rip up plants well enough. I have yet to see one actually put a plant back into the ground.
The best yard is an attended yard. Never leave a Boxer pup unattended. It is not safe. Remember that Boxers require alot of human attention. They are an indoor breed so you should also be setting up your home inside for the pup :)