Dog Behavior Modification
Sweet Dogs Maybe but Not Angels
Dog Behavior Modification really is teaching your dog to "unlearn"
canine bad behavior without shouting or hitting your little pooch. Your
puppy has been given some basic doggie language from its mother, but you have a
different language to your baby. You need to use
body language and rewards for good behavior to correct many anxiety
disorders common in our best friends.
Dogs get bored when left alone all day, and that can start off a vicious
circle, they eat things they should not, you come home and shout at the little
mite, this causes anxiety in your beloved pooch, as he does not know what he has
done wrong. Anxiety builds up and
stressful dog behavior can then emerge in the form of many doggie problems.
The most common behavior problems in dogs
and other fearful behavior which can result in a very unhappy pooch and an even
unhappier owner. Unwittingly we reinforce bad behavior by our Human
Shouting or even chasing your dog when it has done something we
don't like is NOT going to get the results you want.
Some canine behavior problems are not learnt from our bad handling but simply
a fear of noise, or fear of new places and situations such as a car journey.
Many types of dogs are more prone to anxiety than other breeds of dogs. You must be the strong Alpha dog with the correct
pack behavior, and
your dog will respond positively when they know their place in your home.
The good news is that most canine behaviors
can be corrected with an informed owner and patience, to lovingly
change the behavior unacceptable to us, and create a happier, well-balanced dog,
the fundamental reason for Destructive Dog Behavior.
Your Dog Only Wants to Please You...
Show him How
Other dog behavior related Articles:
- Training ABC
Dog Poop Eating - What's for Desert
Dog Behavior Training - Dogs will be Dogs
Puppy Potty Training - Your first Gift to your Dog
Basic Dog Training - Education is Key
Dog Wetting -
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