Dog Training Tips: What Is Problem Behavior?

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YouTube Description What Is Problem Behavior? Many dog owners at one time or another become frustrated with their dog due to its behavior such as dog training problems. There may be many reasons for this. It could be that the dog is destroying things through constant scratching and gnawing, or that it is going to the toilet in the house. It may be that it is violent, or threatening, to other dogs and pets or to humans with the dog training career. In any case where a dog’s behavior is giving you reason for concern, you should always be ready to intercede and find a way to stop the behavior becoming a long-term problem. Problem behavior in dogs is something that can make an owner feel very pressured. We all love our pets, and when they misbehave all that we want is for them to understand that it upsets us. We really would prefer that they would behave themselves all the time, but if they are going to step over the line occasionally we would at least hope that they desist the first time we request it. If they continue it, this is when it becomes “problem behavior”. This is something that we all want to avoid. If problem behavior becomes a major issue for you with your pet better to give your dog a dog training career, you should sit down and consider why it is happening. Is your dog getting the right amount and kind of exercise? Does it get enough human interaction? Is there something in its diet which might be causing it to behave in a strange way? All of these

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4 Responses

  1. sxasher2
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    Excellent dog training tips! Hugs and woofs from your new friend Harley Dog 🙂

  2. allaboutdog01
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    @sxasher2 Thank you for your nice comment! Want more tips? Check my website, you can find a lot of dog training tips there. Hugs and woofs!! 😀

  3. NJ Dog Walker
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    Thanks for the post! I like how you said “going to toilet in the house” =) In my experience I usually see dogs acting out when they are not getting enough attention and exercise. Then owners often times get mad at them for this and the dogs receive negative attention and act out more.

  4. Ricki Kahn
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    This is a good article about doggie problems and the utube video’s are great. We spent a lot of time working with our dog and walking her and she was a joy to be around. The one thing we could never get under control tho was if she got free of her leash (our back yard not fenced) then she would take off. She is a nosy, friendly dog and wanted to see what everyone else on the block was doing. So she would go into their back yards or even go into their house or jump into their fish ponds. She would come home eventually. Oh well!

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