Hyper Boxer puppy...
why does my 6 months old boxer puppy so hyper? He keeping jumping on me and biting my shoes when ever I come home.
Boxers are high-energy dogs, almost perpetual puppies really! That's one of their charms, but it can also make for hard work.
Your puppy needs some basic training in what is acceptable behavior and manners. You can learn all about this on my Basic Puppy Training page.
If you're gone all day, your puppy is probably very happy to see you come home. This jumping and biting is his way of expressing himself, he's just so excited. Of course, it's annoying, but with some training and corrections you should be able to stop this behavior.
Make sure you tell him "NO JUMP" firmly whenever he launches himself at you. You can raise your knee to deflect his jump if necessary. Only pet/greet him when all four feet are on the ground. Later on you can advance to making him "sit" and only pet/greet him while he's sitting.
You may need to have someone help you to teach him this at first. Get them to hold your pup on a leash and practice 'coming home'. When your pup jumps at you, the person holding the leash gives him a quick correction (downward tug) so that your dog is put off balance and has to get his feet back on the floor. Once he's standing
He probably needs more exercise than he's getting too. Boxers have boundless energy and are very friendly, he needs at least 2 good walks a day, plus a session of 'fetch' or something similar in the back yard or local park. There's a lot of truth to the saying "a tired puppy is a good puppy".
Puppies have short attention spans and learn through repetition, you will need to be consistent in correcting his behavior every time. But with some time and patience you will be successful.
Best of luck.