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Does anyone have any experience with a boxer/pit bull mix?

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The only thing that I have been told is that they're extremely hyper, but what puppy isn't right? When we got Diesel we were told he was a Boxer mix but didn't know until he developed a bit more that he was mixed with pit bull which is fine with us, but I can't find anyone who can give me anymore info on them except for them being hyper.

Diesel is 10 months old now and is a very healthy boy, but seems to be starting some of the puppy behavior a little bit later than any other dog I've ever owned and we've had many. Like for instance the chewing, it's stopped for the most part but every once in a while he likes to get a hold of something he shouldn't have.

He isn't aggressive towards our other dog, but we recently had a dog from our neighborhood jump up on our front window and ever since then if he sees a dog being walked, a squirrel or anything else he's in the window on high alert barking his head off. What would be the correct way to stop that? We've never had this problem before so this is a new one for me.

Thanks for any information you can give to me and any tips you might have.
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Yep he's been in obedience classes and we actually have scheduled a trainer to come into our home to help with Diesel and our dalmatian as well. He's just a high energy guy and that's what I have to remember. Our Dalmatian barks the most out of the 2 of them. He wasn't bad until the dog jumped on our window after that he's been on high alert. He's never been like that until that happened.

I've been working on a few things with him on my own, not your typical things but more so he can have a little fun with going through training. I will just take him for more walks and see if that does help with some of the behavior. I have to take the dal for more walks too so it will all work out.

Thanks for responding so quickly.
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