A Boxsky, a cross between a Boxer and a Siberian Husky, is a large dog with a ton of energy. These dogs need a lot of attention from you as their owner. These canines are powerful watchdogs that need proper mental and physical stimulation. The Boxsky requires regular bouts of physical activity. While some dogs just need a short walk or a few minutes of playtime, Boxskies will require more than an hour of activity each day. Whether you are just playing around your house or you go on a grand adventure, make sure that you are allowing your dog to romp, play, and run around.
If you are the owner of a Boxsky, then you know just how much energy they have. It may seem like it is endless, but a good jog with their owner is sure to wipe them out for a little bit. Jogging is a free activity that can be done at almost any time. Be mindful of the weather, however. Always keep your dog leashed during jogs. If it is warm or you are going on a long jog, be sure to bring water with you for your dog. If you have a bottle that makes it easy for dogs to drink on the go, then that is the one you should bring with you.
If your Boxsky is a master runner, jumper, and catcher, boost your fetch game up a notch by trying frisbee instead! Your dog may take a little time to get used to how frisbees fly through the air, but be patient. Your dog may take to the sport naturally, but if they don't, just enjoy playing a nice game of frisbee fetch in your backyard or at a local park. When your dog is a pro, you can start training for and competing in frisbee contests. Dogs who do this are called disc dogs, and they can participate in local, regional, and national contests.
No matter your dog's age, they can always learn a new trick. A quick Internet search will show you all kinds of unique tricks that you can teach your dog. Take a little time each day to focus on learning something new or perfecting old tricks.
When your pooch just needs to release energy, head to a nearby dog park for a little fun with new friends. Spend at least 30 minutes letting your dog run and romp with the other dogs. Be sure to go at a time when the park is full of dogs to make sure that your dog gets some good exercise in.