Many boxer dog owners will have to deal with some sort of destructive chewing problems with their dogs at one point or another.
Babies like to grab and feel new textures to see what they are like and boxers are not much different when comparing chewing of furniture or other household items.
The only difference is that puppies don’t have hands, so instead they use their mouths. They are curious about how things feel and taste so they will often try chewing on your kitchen table legs, dining room chairs or the living room carpet.
Of course most puppies outgrow that stage once they get older and stop biting and chewing on things around them, but not all do.
If your boxer starts, or won’t stop, chewing up your shoes, furniture or electronics then you have to take the matter in your hands and train the dog to stop chewing on those things.
The top three reasons for destructive chewing are boredom, itchy teeth or stress. Try to find the source of the problem to see why your boxer puppy won’t stop chewing.
If that doesn’t work then you have to find alternative ways for him to deal with the problem.