Looking After My Dog Or Puppy.
My Dog Behaviour
Poor behaviour in dogs can comprise several concerns with
my dog. If you have you been afraid your dog is likely to bite? Does he
bark for hours on end and keeps you from going to sleep? Does he chew on almost everything aside from his
toys? will He come when called, or stay when told, In the event that the response to any one of these
problems is yes it is important to spend a little time towards a certain amount of dog response education. A
little training will make a big difference.
Dog training is easy enough for the knowledgeable dog owner however, when it comes
to the beginner any type of guidance obtainable will become necessary. Consider the help of friends and family and
perhaps even sign up for a dog behaviour training school, this enables you to to meet up with other people, having
similar issues with their dogs that you are currently having with yours. You will not be alone when it has to do
with experiencing difficulty with dog behaviour issues. Every dog will have problems until they are taught as what
their owner wants them to do. It will be the owners problem on how they get and use the information on how to train
and take care of your pet dog.
Dogs that bark can be extremely irritating but the main thing is not to loose your
cool, if you shout at him he will try to shout louder than you. Try and find out the cause of his barking. Is he
barking because he is afraid? Is he happy? Is there someone out there? If you can’t find the reason for the barking
then he is doing it because he doesn’t know it is wrong to bark all the time. This is where dog training comes in.
There are lots of products available to help dogs with constant barking, there are special collars which gives them
the tiniest of electric shocks so they know that it isn’t good to bark.
A biting dog is maybe one of the more serious problems, especially now that the
laws are tightened and any dog that bites someone is more than likely to get put down. Teaching your dog not to
bite is one of the most important teachings you can give him. This is where you have to be firm and stick to your
guns. When playing with a young dog they will automatically nip and gnaw at your hand this is because when dogs
play together they play with their mouths. When teaching your dog not to bite stroke him with one hand while
offering something which is acceptable to be bitten with the other hand, something like a chew toy or a raw hide
treat. Your dog will soon realise that hands aren’t there for biting. This process has to be done repeatedly for it
to take effect.