Dogs Beg The Question Is There Training Available For Our Human Friends

Dogs Beg The Question Is There Training Available For Our Human Friends



The focus of​ many pet owners seems to​ be directed towards their animals,​ which makes a​ great deal of​ sense in​ most cases. However,​ when trying to​ correct unwanted behavior in​ your dog you​ might want to​ point that finger inward sometimes and have a​ little glimpse in​ the​ mirror. it​ is​ easy to​ become annoyed with your pet when you​ feel as​ though you​ have tried everything and nothing seems to​ work.

Maybe your Boston Terrier continues to​ chew on​ your shoes or​ other objects while you​ are not at​ home. Perhaps the​ Maltese in​ your life still has accidents in​ the​ house rather than letting you​ know she needs to​ go outside. on​ the​ other hand,​ possibly you​ have a​ Yorkshire Terrier that snips at​ strangers,​ even guests in​ your home when they try to​ pet him. All of​ these and many other undesirable behaviors that dogs may posses can leave a​ pet owner feeling frustrated and at​ their wits end with their furry little friend.

Have you​ ever considered though when faced with one of​ these situations that the​ dog is​ trying to​ communicate something to​ you? is​ it​ possible that Sparky just feels neglected during those long days alone at​ home while you​ are at​ work? Sometimes we can have a​ big impact on​ our dogs if​ we look at​ our own behavior and consider what the​ pooch may be trying to​ tell us through their difficult behavior. Obviously dogs can not talk or​ speak with us as​ a​ human can when they need to​ communicate their feelings. That is​ not to​ say that canines are not vocal because as​ many of​ us know they can express quite a​ lot at​ times through their barking,​ growling or​ whining. However,​ to​ really pinpoint what the​ issue is​ for your pet you​ may find that you​ are the​ one that actually holds the​ answers.

Dogs have a​ very keen awareness for their surroundings and the​ people in​ their environment. as​ most dog owners come to​ realize,​ the​ bond between your dog and you​ can be extremely strong. There are people who report that during a​ challenging illness or​ devastating time in​ their life that their dog responded as​ though they knew what was going on​ and they helped their owner through the​ rough time. Sometimes by just sitting near their owner or​ laying at​ their feet,​ other times dogs may whine and pace back and forth,​ especially when other people are around because they are trying to​ indicate that their owner needs help.

Experts have even confirmed that dogs do have an​ ability to​ detect several human emotions and many of​ them will respond in​ unique ways. For example; when there is​ a​ lot of​ anger or​ arguing occurring within a​ household your dog may respond by acting up in​ a​ number of​ ways,​ which is​ not a​ problem with the​ dog but rather your pet is​ responding to​ the​ hostility and unpleasantness it​ senses in​ the​ house. Everyone goes through difficult periods in​ their life and it​ is​ obviously impossible to​ avoid exposing your dog to​ any anger or​ hostile situations throughout their life. the​ important thing to​ remember is​ that your situation and how you​ handle it​ is​ not your dog’s choice or​ within their area of​ responsibility.

Dogs deserve and hopefully get,​ the​ majority of​ times anyway,​ a​ good,​ loving and stable home. They respond well to​ a​ structured environment,​ complete with rules and routines. if​ you​ typically get up each morning and walk your dog before you​ go to​ work and then you​ suddenly stop doing it​ all together,​ your dog will respond in​ some way,​ possibly a​ negative one. it​ is​ not the​ dog’s fault that you​ changed your behavior and they have no other way of​ communicating other than to​ chew up stuff or​ have an​ accident in​ the​ house as​ their way of​ saying,​ “hey what is​ going on.” in​ some cases dogs can even become depressed,​ this happens most frequently in​ situations where the​ dog was once loved and well cared for and then suddenly became ignored and forgotten about. it​ is​ really sad to​ see a​ dog that is​ in​ this form of​ doggy-depression because again,​ they did not ask to​ come to​ live with you,​ you​ chose them.

There are obviously other concerns you​ must deal with when you​ are going through a​ difficult time,​ like loosing your job or​ going through a​ divorce,​ and you​ should always take care of​ the​ important aspects related to​ these situations. it​ is​ understandable that a​ dog can suddenly become a​ lower priority in​ your life however,​ if​ you​ are unhappy with their behavior because they are acting out in​ response to​ their environment; take that into consideration before disciplining your pet or​ giving up on​ them all together.

Dogs may secretly harbor the​ desire to​ have all humans attend some sort of​ training school before they decide to​ become a​ pet owner,​ however,​ since that is​ not very likely to​ happen,​ remember to​ think about your own behavior when examining your dog’s. That precious pooch can sometimes be just what you​ need to​ get through a​ difficult time and maintaining their routine for their benefit can in​ many ways benefit you​ also.




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