Dog and Puppy Behavior Training

Train Your Puppy or Adult Dog The Easy Way !


House Training a Adult Dog

Your dog is an instinctively clean animal. If she can avoid it, she would rather not soil herself or her usual eating and sleeping area. Dogs also naturally develop habits of where they would like to eliminate. For example, dogs that have a habit of eliminating on grass or dirt would rather not eliminate on concrete or gravel or carpet or hardwood floors. You can use these natural tendencies for rapid and successful house training.

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House Training Problems On Leash

"I just adopted a dog from our local animal shelter. Every morning I take her for a long walk and she will not do her business. As soon as we get home she makes a dash for the back yard and empties out behind a large bush there. Why does she do this? "

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Training Your Dog to Overcome Shyness

It is natural for some dogs to be shy of things that are new and unfamiliar. Shyness in itself is not a problem. It is only a problem if the dog's shyness inhibits your lifestyle or if the dog develops other problems related to shyness such as fear biting. Shy dogs often bolt when frightened, endangering themselves by running blindly into danger, such as traffic.

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Training Your Dog to Overcome Fear of Loud and Sudden Noises

It's unsettling when your dog has a fear of thunder, fireworks or other loud and sudden noises. Dogs often express their fear in destructive behavior, barking, cowering, and throwing various fits. There are two mistakes we often make which only make the situation worse.

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Dog Licking Behavior

Note: If you're looking for information on your dog's excessive licking of or chewing on herself read the next article. Before you decide to eliminate your dog's licking, it is important to realize why your dog is doing this. Your dog's licks are his way of telling you that he loves you and that he wants your affection and approval.

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Dog Pulling Fur Out, Chewing on Herself

If your dog is constantly licking, biting and chewing herself or pulling her fur out, the first thing to do is visit your veterinarian. These are often signs of health conditions that need medical attention. This can, however, be a behavioral issue.

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Coprophagia/Eating Feces

Although most people find it repulsive, it is quite natural for dogs, especially puppies to eat feces. (Feces found in kitty's litter box is an especially favorite treat.) Fresh feces closely resemble the first solid food the puppy ate: warm, semi-solid, semi-digested food that mom regurgitated for her pups to eat.

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