Boxers are known to be active and highly energetic dogs that need a lot of exercise daily. These dogs are very playful and love to look for things to do whenever their humans aren’t available to take them out for a walk or a run.
Although it is capable of finding something to do on its own, a Boxer will always try to get its human to play with it. Boxers crave for their human’s attention and always want to be with them whatever time of day and for whatever reason.
Boxers might seem demanding of human attention, but those who spend their time bonding with these dogs will find it rewarding. They are loyal, protective dogs that will fiercely guard and defend their humans if and when they sense a threat toward them.
Their protectiveness, however, is limited. They show aggression when they sense a threat alright, but do not display any such response to things they don’t consider dangerous to their humans – even if it might actually be.
The Boxer in our video, Neo, is a perfect example of a dog who knows if something poses a threat to his humans. He knows if the circumstances around him and his human are dangerous and proceeds to respond to the absence of danger the only way he can: by sleeping.
The video begins with Neo’s dad showing the time and date that an earthquake occurred in their place. At 9:21 one October evening, the water in the backyard swimming pool started to move. It was as if a huge hand was touching the surface of the water, causing it to move.
A few moments later, Neo’s dad showed another scene, this time at 7:44 the following morning. One would think that since 10 hours have passed, the earthquake would’ve stopped already. It didn’t. There were tremors, evidenced by the shaking of the water in the swimming pool.
Now, where was Neo all this time? His dad showed him a few minutes later, sleeping soundly as if nothing was happening. The playful dog, who would typically run around and play with his dad, was still snoring in his bed.
Apparently, some things are best left ignored. If Neo’s actions are any indication, earthquakes happening at night are some of them.
Source: Neo The Boxer Dog via YouTube