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Aggressive dogs
 

 Most people have seen the signs of aggressive dogs like bared teeth, growling, and biting, yet often people do not understand the reasons for aggressive behavior in dogs.

but it is more commonly shown against other dogs or animals. Canines are pack animals, and there is a certain hierarchy within that pack. Sometimes dogs think of the people in their family as their pack, and they will try to establish themselves as alpha dog, so aggressive behavior may occur when there are a lot of people or pets around.

Aggressive behavior may occur when a dog feels that someone has intruded on its space or is threatening its family. While it may be one of the admirable reasons for aggressive behavior in dogs, it is still undesirable and unacceptable in the world of human beings.Fear is another one of the reasons for aggressive behavior in dogs.

 

If your dogs are in the backyard and a person they perceive as an intruder enters the house, the dogs may turn on one another. However, some people do not understand the displaced aggression, because they do not know what started the aggressive behavior. some females are very aggressive when they are pregnant or nursing, and though maternal protectiveness is common.

 

 


digging holes
 

 Digging to a dog is a natural activity ,dogs may dig holes just for the fun.

The first thing to recognise is the cause or reason why the dog is digging holes, if it is for pure pleasure, then it is easy to train the dog to dig in a sand pit, using random rewards buried in the sand, using a sand pit would also keep the dog from getting too dirty . It could be a habit that has been reinforced and developed over time, in other words a trained "enjoyable" self reinforcing behaviour.



Barking

Barking whining or howling. It is unrealistic and unfair to think you can train your dog to stop barking altogether. However, you, your neighbors and your dog will all be much happier if the barking is under control.

Dogs who are socially isolated or confined for long periods without supervised exercise need some outlet for their pent-up energy. A dog who is left alone all day is likely to take up barking as a hobby because no one is there to control him.Your dog has learned to get attention through barking. It is easy to fall into this trap because the very nature of barking gets your attention. For the same reason, it is easy to forget to praise and reward your dog when she is not barking.They need friends and companionship. Take your dog to the same dog park daily or weekly and let her make doggy friends. Dogs romping around and playing together tire rapidly and will sleep happily while recovering from the good, hardy play session.


 

Biting and fear 

 

 
A fear response in dogs is a combination of emotional,When fear is one of the reasons your dog bites, it can be because it is afraid of certain sounds, sights, smells, or touches,touch that happens at the same time that your dog then associates with that fear. This is why you may not be able to understand the reason why your dog bites, because the fear seems so irrational to you.

Both trainings begin with teaching your dog to do a sit-stay at your side, but for sound you need to train your dog to sit-stay for 20 minutes, while for fear of people you need to train for a 10 minute sit-stay.your dog bites is fear of some thing, you need to have that particular thing readily available and have control over it. If it is a sound, you may need to get a recording of it and make sure that recording elicits the fear response. Your training sessions will need to be 40 to 50 minutes, 2 to 7 days per week.

when your dog is performing well, take him or her to the more threatening location and begin the training. If at any time your dog shows a fear reaction, you need to take a 10 minute break by walking away and ignoring your dog, These trainings need to occur for 30 minutes, twice a day.



Whining

Yet no matter how old or young your dog is, you need to begin by understanding why dogs whining,dog is upset, scared, or in pain. It is usually a behavioral response to being upset or feeling abandoned by his or her pack.In many cases dogs will whine due to feelings of abandonment or fear, and the whine is their "alarm" so they can be rescued. some times whining Because Your Dog Misses You.



Jumping

It is a bad habit that can be broken quite easily, ensuring you use the proper training techniques each and every time. Just as with all other types of training, the key to dog training is consistency. Allowing your dog to jump sometimes but not others is inappropriate and will only confuse your dog to your methods. By keeping your training techniques consistent each and every time, your dog will know the exact behavior that you expect.Use a command like

no jump, but avoid those like down, which are often associated with the laying down command. This command should be said in a strong firm voice. Regardless how frazzled you may be on account of your jumping dog, a strong and firm voice is the best way for your dog to key in on your emotion.


pooing in the car

when you are driving, pay attention if they begin to whine or seem antsy. This could be a sign that they do need to go to the bathroom,You always allow yourself a few stops along the way, Well, the same courtesy should be given to your pet, When you go to a rest stop, let your pet get out,to stop your dog pooing in your car if you are unable to break them of the habit on your own. If you know friends or family that have dogs themselves, ask them to recommend a trainer to you.



Chewing

Chewing to teethe. However, that chewing can become destructive if left unchecked. you need to provide them with good alternatives to your tables, shoes, pillows, and more. When your dog greets you at the door with your item chewed, you need to teach them to greet you with an appropriate toy. Again, stopping your dog's inappropriate chewing means redirecting his or her attention. When your dog greets you at the door, do not greet them until you help them find an appropriate toy. Your dog will need to have the toy in his or her mouth to be greeted. Soon your dog will learn to arrive at the door with the toy, and chewing suddenly becomes seeking out the right toy.

 

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