Are boxers hyper?

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A boxer that does not get enough exercise is more likely to display hyper behavior such as jumping, barking, mouthing and rough play.

A common belief among boxer owners is that a tired boxer is a happy boxer - or, better put, a tired boxer is a calm boxer with a happy owner.

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There are many dog breeds that are described as active and the Boxer is one of them.

With a strong, powerful body and plenty of energy, this breed can be quite active at times.

The issue at hand however, is what to do if a Boxer is hyperactive and won't calm down.

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The name "Boxer" is supposedly derived from the breed's tendency to play by standing on its hind legs and "boxing" with its front paws.

According to Andrew H.

Brace's Pet owner's guide to the Boxer, this theory is the least plausible explanation.

At that time the spelling "baxer" equalled "Boxer".

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The name "Boxer" is supposedly derived from the breed's tendency to play by standing on its hind legs and "boxing" with its front paws.

According to Andrew H.

Brace's Pet owner's guide to the Boxer, this theory is the least plausible explanation.

At that time the spelling "baxer" equalled "Boxer".

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Puppies have a lot of hyper energy and are curious about many things. It is important to provide them with positive outlets for their active bodies and inquisitive minds. If they do not have such outlets, they will figure out their own activities.
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Many Akitas do not get along with a dog (especially a dominant breed of dog) of the same sex.

Akitas are born hunters with a high prey drive and unless raised with small animals may deem them as prey.

Akitas have energy, but are very rarely hyper.

Akitas are known for their cat-like cleanliness!

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A well-bred beagle should not be naturally hyperactive, but a beagle bred with no regard for temperament might be.

That said, beagles are very high-energy dogs.

If they don't get enough exercise, interaction, and attention from you, they probably will seem hyperactive.

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No matter what type of bulldog you have in your family, chances are he is high energy, smart and always ready to play. Bulldogs are an active breed, and their energy level can easily spiral out of control.
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