Problem Dog Behavior is considered to be any behavior that negatively affects your relationship with your dog. It might not be completely your dog’s fault because you may do certain things that have an effect on your dog’s behavior. Your goal should be to improve the relationship between your dog and yourself
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Barking, chewing, pulling on the leash, jumping on people, these are just a few of the problems that you might have. What about puppies potty training? Most dogs live in doors now and puppies potty training is essential.
Win Your Dog’s Trust And Respect To Avoid Problem Dog Behavior
An important part of your relationship with your dog is training. You must take the time to train your dog properly if you want to have an enjoyable companionship and avoid problem dog behavior in the future. Even before training starts, it is necessary to build a strong bond with the dog as it will help you to understand his or her instincts and needs. This will also allow the dog to develop trust and confidence in you.
Humans see things in a completely different way than dogs do and training is basically communication with your dog about what your wishes for its behavior are. We don’t speak the same language as dogs, they have their own way of communicating, an unwritten set of rules and guidelines that all canines can recognize and follow. Learning your dog’s body language and reading its eyes can help you to understand the dog’s mind
To be successful at having your dog want to listen to you and please you by doing what you wish, the dog must have a good attitude, one of trust and respect. The whole idea of training is to have your dog listen to you because he wants to, it then becomes more a matter of communicating WHAT you want, not THAT you want it.
To win your dog’s trust and confidence there are some basic areas that you can work on.
* Spend a great deal of time together
* Experience different situations together, take your dog to different places
* Respect your dog for the beautiful animal that he or she is and demand respect in return
* Learn to understand your dog’s body language and needs
Patience and persistence are the keys to training. All dogs learn at different rates, your dog might learn quickly or it might take weeks. Remember that your dog really does want to please you so be patient, persistent and consistent.