Hi , Hi , My female Boxer is 12 months old. she doesn’t get aggressive but…

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Hi , My female Boxer is 12 months old. she doesn’t get aggressive but she jumps on people very dangerously. She gets over excited. Can i feed her semi cooked bones (chicken & beef) or any othr suggestions

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PK Dennis
5 years ago

This excited behavior (jumping on people) will lead to other unwanted behaviors.  And yes, jumping on people is dangerous!  You need to find a trainer (positive training) or start watching a lot of videos about training to get you started.  The real live trainer is a better option!  They will let you know what is off with you timing (my trainers always tell me my timing is off, and once I tighten up on that, the training works so much better!).  Pat Miller is a great resource as Christina mentioned.  I like Zak’s dog training videos on YouTube — https://www.youtube.com/user/zakgeorge21… Read more »

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Anonymous
5 years ago

1 – sounds like she’s a young boxer.  training will help that.  

2 – NO COOKED BONES.  NEVER.  if you want to give bones, raw is the way to go…and supervise her chewing at all times.

Christina Chambreau
5 years ago

I would explore training: 1. Positive &  Clicker – karen pryor and pat miller (peaceablepaws.com) also, become attuned with Reiki and offer it every day.  I do recommend a fresh food diet for general health but it will not help the jumping. It is best to use raw bones, not cooked. What are the best diets for people or animals — the most processed or the freshest, most organic?   The best ingredients should be the most consciously raised – local, organic vegetables, free ranging protein sources. Dogs and cats have ripping and tearing teeth, bone crunching teeth, no digestive… Read more »