3 Ideas To Stop Dog’s Whining, Growling & Biting

1. How To Stop A Dog GrowlingIf you are a dog owner, no doubt you love your pet dearly, but perhaps you have some behavioral problems with him or her. One of the most common problems with dogs is growling

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Canines and the City: 3 Steps to House-train Your City Dog!

Many more city dwellers are choosing to have dogs as pets. The city can be a fun place for your pooch but does not come without its challenges. Here, we look at house-training puppies in the city and three

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Choose The Best Trainer or Training Course for Your Dog

Do dogs need a specialist trainer to help them learn all the essentials of behavior and socialization? Dogs are mostly kept as pets in the house so it becomes essential to train the dog and make it learn

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Separation Anxiety in Dogs: 5 Causes & 5 Treatments

Separation Anxiety is a fear/anxiety-based behavior in dogs. It is a common dog problem that can affect any dog breed at any age. They basically are afraid (anxious to the point of panic) about being left

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Naughty Dogs…Stop Jumping! Stop Chewing! Stop Digging!

You love your furry friend but he can be rather naughty sometimes! Three of his favorite naughty games to play are jumping, chewing and digging. Sound familiar? These behaviors are all rooted in his canine

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10 Chill Out Tips For Angry Dogs

It’s important to realize that any dog is capable of biting under certain circumstances. It’s a myth that only vicious dogs bite. Understanding Dog Aggression Fortunately, aggression is often predictable,

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3 Tried & Tested Training Tips For Your Small Dog

Your small dog has specific training requirements that can help him become a happy and healthy companion. From choosing the right leash, dog collar and even considering a muzzle, there are many ways to

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Dog Bark Collars: Cruel or Kind?

What is known as a bark or shock collar can seem excessive to some in training their dogs to minimize their barking. However, many believe that there are many benefits to these collars when used correctly. Keeping

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Is Your Pup Used to Being Home Alone?

At some point in your dog’s life, he is likely to be left at home on his own. If you left Scamp tomorrow for a while, what would be the result? Chewed furniture? Neighbors complaining about barking

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How To Choose, Adopt & Train Your Puppy

What To Expect From Those First Days It is important in your puppy’s first days that you understand what to expect from your puppy. You have to remember that in these early days that your puppy has no

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4 Ways of Training Your Dog or Puppy For Different Purposes

#1: Potty Training 4 Important Rules Dog potty training, otherwise known as dog house training or housebreaking a dog, is something many dog owners face with fear and anxiety. The dog training advice you

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Techniques For Training Your Dog On A Leash

Since dog training must be approached within the context of the overall dog-owner-relationship, don’t expect the techniques you’re learning to guarantee perfect performance in your dog unless you correct

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How to Raise Your Puppy to be a Balanced Dog

Modify Your Dog’s Behavior While obedience training goes a long way to giving you a well-behaved dog, it doesn’t always solve or prevent all behavior issues. By working on your dog’s behavior

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How to Stop Your Dog Digging Your Garden Up!

Different Schools of Thought There are two very different opinions when it comes to dogs and their digging habits. At one end of the spectrum, you have those who believe that dogs will be dogs and digging

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How to Stop Your Dog Barking

Figuring Out Why A lot of people don’t want their dogs to bark. At all. They think that a well-behaved dog shouldn’t bark. That the only acceptable time for their dog to bark is when a man in a balaclava

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Why Do Dogs Play Bite & Nip?

The Difference in Right & Wrong Behavior When it comes to training your new puppy, you need to learn to associate good behaviors in one group and wrong behaviors in another group, then setting

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How Do You Potty Train A Puppy & Stop Them Eating Poop?

Getting a new pet puppy is an exciting experience that can quickly turn sour if you’re not prepared for the next challenge: house training. Not many pet owners can cope with a pup whom you have to constantly

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How To Calm A Dog Down When He’s Being Aggressive

Aggressive behavior is the number-one reason why pet parents seek professional help from dog trainers and veterinarians. But the term “aggressive” can mean a whole bunch of things ranging from rigid

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7 Reasons & 7 Ways To Stop Your Dog Barking At the Postman

Why do dogs bark at strangers? It’s a question you probably ask yourself whenever the postman comes around and gets an earful from your furry friend. It can get quite irritating too and in extreme cases,

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How to Correct Resource Guarding Behavior

“The other day I was playing fetch in the park with my dog Bosco. Another dog got interested in our game and tried to retrieve our chew toy – that’s when Bosco attacked.” Hundreds of dog owners

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How To Stop Your Dog From Biting & Nipping

Mouthing and nipping may be taken as normal behavior in a puppy, but when your grown dog carries on this way, you should take it as a sign that you need do something about it. A quick look at the statistics

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Reinforcing Good Behavior in Your Dog

Every pet owner would love it if their dog behaved well all the time – or at least most of the time. But teaching your dog to stop barking incessantly, jumping on to things and people, or darting out

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