Typical 8 Rarest Habits of the Boxer Dog Breed

Vocal Communication

They use a range of vocalizations, including grumbles and "woo-woos," to communicate.

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Boxer Smile

 Boxers often show a distinctive "smile," displaying their teeth when happy.

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Kidney Bean Dance

 They do a unique "kidney bean" dance, wiggling their bodies in excitement.

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The Playful Boxer

 Boxers are known for their playful nature, often behaving like puppies well into adulthood.

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Leaning on People

 They have a habit of leaning on their owners, seeking closeness and affection.

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Protective Instincts

Boxers are naturally protective and make excellent watchdogs.

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High Energy Levels

Known for their high energy, Boxers require plenty of exercise and mental stimulation.

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 Expressive Eyes

 Boxers have highly expressive eyes, often conveying a range of emotions.

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