Dog Aggressive Training: Understand & Eliminate your dog's aggression behavior

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- You must eat first before your dog does. - You must go through doorways first. - Do not let your dog win you in games of strength. (Tug-of-war, wrestling) - Do not let your dog assume a superior position against you. For example, you lying onrepparttar floor while your dogís two paws pressing against your chest. - Set & enforce your house rules consistently, let him know that he has rules to follow. Territorial aggression is display by dogs that are fiercely overprotective. Prevent this problem by introducing and socializing your dog when heís young to break down his suspicion of strangers. Try to expose your dog to more things and different people, which means bring him out more often! Let your dog know that these people are harmless and his territorial aggressiveness will died down naturally. If you are unsure of your dogís behavior when you bring him out torepparttar 144070 public, be sure to put him on a leash and muzzle if necessary. This is to not only to safe guardrepparttar 144071 general public but also your dog. More often than not, dogs are always put to death should they bite and injure someone. No "ifs" No "buts"! Lastly, remember that aggression is no small problem and need to be seriously dealt with. If you are losing control over your dog or feel that he by and large outsmarts you, seek professional help and advice immediately.

Moses Chia is a dog lover and owner of http://DogsObedienceTraining.com Ė The dog training resource site for a happier and healthier dog. You are welcome to reprint this article if you keep the content and live link intact.


Crate Training Tips - How to crate train your dog

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It is not advisable to crate a young puppy for long period of time Ė about 2 hour and pup should always be exercised before being crated. Itís quite normal for dogs to kick up a fuss, bark and moan while inrepparttar crate. If these things happen, do not give your dog any attention! Yes! Do not even look in his direction. Dogs are intelligent animals Ė Donít let him know that heíll get your attention when he kicks up a fuss. Simply ignore him! Let your dog out only when he settles down. *if itís a young puppy whom youíve just introducerepparttar 144069 crate to, maybe you can offer him a treat inrepparttar 144070 crate to calm him down. Whatever you do, donít let him out ofrepparttar 144071 crate at that very moment!* The exception I can think of is if you think your dog has to relieve himself. Even so, bring it out only after he stops barking. Another exception is when your dog is chewing on himself. Let him out immediately and consult a trainer or behaviorist. Lastly, dog should not be crate for too long day after day. Heíll develop destructive behaviors and anxiety problems. If you notice that your dog displays hyper active behavior compare to before, you might be crating him for too long! Most important of all, never ever punish your dog inrepparttar 144072 crate, heíll dread going back torepparttar 144073 crate. It is meant to be a comfortable and safe space, not where heíll get punish.

Moses Chia is a dog lover and owner of http://DogsObedienceTraining.com Ė The dog training resource site for a happier and healthier dog. You are welcome to reprint this article if you keep the content and live link intact.


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