Hey... quit worrying!
It's not you... they all do it... they're just acting naturally!
Dog Training is the answer
All that your dog needs is love, feeding, exercise and proper training.
Different owners will have different expectations from a similar breed of dog. For instance, a German Shepherd can make a happy, docile family pet or an aggressive, noisy guard dog. The main difference between the two is in the dog’s training.
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Dog training can also help you correct any behavioral problems that your dog may have.
It is perfectly possibly to correct these yourself without resorting to expensive professional help. Your dog is most likely exhibiting common behavior that you can fix yourself with a little patience and skills you can learn right here.
Check out our answers to some common dog training problems, written by our Top Trainer....
Destructive Chewing - furniture, carpets or objects d’art
Aggressive - growling, snarling and being a bully
Separation Anxiety - hates being away from you and pines
Licking - preferably other dogs rear... followed by your face
Barking - at strangers, cats, the next door neighbor or just for fun
Grass Chewing - beloved of cows but is it good for your dog?
Digging - burying bones in your lawn and bids for freedom
Jumping Up - not too bad for lap dogs but trauma with a Rott
Lonely - Sad, home alone pooches desperate for company
Whining - Moody attention seeking or trying to tell you something?
Coprophagia - (poop eating) Not so good if your dog is also a licker.
Disobedience - Is your dog playing up or could it be you at fault?
Food-Guarding Issues - A real problem that must be addressed
Fear Biting - an issue that starts as a puppy can it be fixed?
Jumping on the furniture - does your know it’s place.
Leash issues - fear of the leash is common but curable.
Nipping and play biting
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Of course, everything I've said above for dogs, is equally true for puppies.
All of the help here is applicable to both.
The only difference really, is that puppy training is easier. Just like us, the younger you are... the quicker you learn.
Now don't let this put you off training an older dog. In fact ignore the adage "you can't teach an old dog new tricks" - of course you can. You just need a little more time and a little more patience!
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