If you are experiencing problems with your pet you probably want stop common dog problems. Canine behavioral issues, such as aggression, excessive barking, biting, chewing, jumping up, etc., can be very annoying, destructive and even dangerous. These bad habits can create a very unpleasant pooch that is disliked by your visitors and neighbors and can make your home life a misery.
The best way to stop common dog problems is to prevent Read more
You can teach your dog to stop jumping up on people if this is a behavioral problem he has developed. However, before you begin to rid him of this issue you first need to think about when and how it started. For instance, did you allow or encourage your puppy to jump up when they greeted you or when you played? Although you’re intentions might not have been to make your pup think that jumping up is acceptable, this is exactly what has happened.
Knowing why your pooch jumps is the first step because it makes you aware of the roll you’ve played in his development of this behavior. Your awareness will prevent you from continuing to encourage the action. The second step is to do something constructive to deter the problem. This is achieved by making it clear Read more
You’ll want to stop puppy biting as soon as it starts to prevent your dog from thinking this type of behavior is acceptable. It is natural for puppies to freely and frequently use their mouths on anything and everyone they come in contact with. This is because it is through their taste and their teeth they learn and experience. Biting is also how they communicate, play and test their fellow litter mates. However, even if this is part of their instincts, that doesn’t mean you should allow it.
You can stop puppy biting by putting one or more of the following techniques into practice.
Yelp – As soon as your puppy’s teeth come in contact with your skin give a sharp, high-pitched cry of pain and quickly snatch your hand away. Read more
Teaching a dog how to stop barking is something that many owners want to achieve. A pooch that is consistently making noise can be very annoying to you, your family members, your guests and your neighbors. Therefore, it is something you need to have control over.
However, before you learn how to stop barking dogs, you need to first understand why your pet is making a racket. There are a number of reasons why canines bark, and believe it or not, very rarely is the reason just to frustrate you. Usually your pet is attempting to communicate something, such as he…
- Hears or sees something out of the ordinary – alerting you to unusual sounds or sights.
- Is afraid – reacting in defense
- Is bored – Attempting to amuse himself Read more
Aggressive dog behavior is difficult to deal with and train out of your pet once it has already developed. It is far easier to prevent aggression in your pooch than deal with the aftermath once it exists. Therefore, as soon as you welcome your puppy or the full-grown canine you have adopt into your home, you need to begin your prevention plan.
Here’s what you need to do in order to deter aggressive dog behavior:
Socialize your pet – Don’t keep him cooped up in the home. Introduce him to the outside world Read more
Simon the Labrador Retriver illustrates how the barking (Yelp!) technique will stop him biting and nipping.
He also learns to sit within just a couple of minutes…. Read more
This video show you how to stop puppy biting using a very effective technique called the “Yelp!” technique. Read more
If you have ever owned a puppy before then you will know that biting and mouthing are common occurrences for dogs under the age of one. In fact, it is one of the aspects of behaviour that you should expect when your puppy begins to grow quickly. However, it is essential that you stop puppy biting sooner rather than later because it can lead to a whole host of problems as your dog grows into adulthood.
Puppies tend to start biting when they are teething and also when they are playing, the former to ease the pain and discomfort teething causes and the latter because it comes naturally. However, the onus is on the owner to stop puppy biting as soon as possible because it will directly contradict any other training that you may try to give your puppy and can thus lead to dangerous play Read more
There are certain elements of behaviour that you need to teach your puppy as soon as possible and one of them is not to bite. If you want to stop puppy biting in its tracks, you need to be able to identify why your puppy bites and teach him or her not to do so in relation to this. There are six reasons why all puppies tend to bite from six months to a year old, and all six need to be looked at before you can stop puppy biting. They are as follows: Read more
If you are the proud owner of a puppy then the likelihood is that you have looked into training your puppy to behave and be obedient. The sit, lie down and paw commands are usually the focal points in the early days but you may want to dedicate a little time and energy into training to stop puppy biting. This should be a priority because it can nip bad behaviour and aggression in the bud to prevent it affecting your quality time with your dog later in life.
Training to stop puppy biting takes different forms and you should take a little time to find out which techniques and commands actually work best. There are several to choose from that have been proven to stop puppy biting, some of which are outlined below:
• Socialization – Training your puppy with other dogs is a sure fire way to stop puppy biting because they learn social etiquette and will also learn Read more