Especially when you see how simple
things can make a huge difference in your dog's behavior.
This is just the start. If your dog's need to
socialize has not been met properly, you will have problems.
They usually learn this stuff from their mothers and litter
mates. But often, puppies don't get that opportunity. Usually
because they are taken from their mothers too soon. Or because
they have been treated poorly.
If that happens, what can you do? The damage
is already done. Right?
It will take time to socialize your dog.
It will happen. But you have to be committed. You have to know
the right things to do. One misstep and you will have to start
Punishment is not the answer to your dog's
nuisance behavior. Positive dog training is. You will find out
what it takes in this manual. It addresses many issues that you
might be facing. And then it tells you how to proceed to get the
results you want.
Teach Yourself First
This is one important tip that can make all
the difference. The manual talks about what to study and what to
do with the things you find out. Most dog owners never do this.
They think of their dogs as pets who must obey them. There's far
more to it than that, as you will see.
Every dog wants and needs a
strong leader. Are you that person? If not, a lot can go wrong.
At the top of that list... he will try to take over. His
nuisance behavior can be a result of his mistrust in you. Or it
might be that you have not set down the rules. Or maybe you do
not enforce them... all the time. Or perhaps you forgot to let
him know what the rules are.
Beyond Basic Survival
Your dog needs more than food and shelter...
and a strong leader. He needs stimulation. You will be amazed to
see the changes in him when you give him some on a regular
basis. Find out what you can do to stimulate him the right way
so that he forgets all about being a nuisance.
These might come because your dog doesn't
trust you as his leader, or he might just be dominant. If you
don't learn how to put him in his place, things could turn nasty
Punishment is not the Answer
Dogs don't need punishment. They need
understanding owners who know how to address the issues. They
need owners with strong communication skills that cross the
Topics covered in the manual include:
how to communicate in his language
what are attention-getting behaviors
Whining, getting underfoot, jumping up, chewing, Stealing,
how to spot dominant behaviors
how to give your dog the right kind of attention
The importance of using positive dog training methods
Why comforting your dog is bad
sibling rivalry, jealousy
How much exercise is enough
attacking the mail, urination problems
Why paper training beyond 3 months is bad
Why isolation is harmful
depression - not a good sign
separation anxiety and grief issues
how to work with controlling dogs
... and much more
If your dog's nuisance behavior
is getting the better of you, this manual will help a lot! It
covers many of the common issues that dog owners face. It
provides you with training techniques that actually work.
Imagine being able to stop just
one nuisance behavior by taking a small action. This manual
offers many such solutions.
It even gives you tips on how
to spot behaviors that can mean your dog has other issues.
Here's your first lesson:
Nuisance behavior is not necessarily abnormal...
And here's another: Sometimes
there is another reason...
Your dog could need medical
attention. We cover that, too.
Don't put up with your dog's nuisance behavior.
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