Train Bad Dogs at Home with Randy's Dog Training Tips
Like humans, there are also good and bad dogs. Randy's Dog Training Site helps bad dog owners to train their dogs to develop good habits for their own sakes.
San Francisco, Ca. (I-Newswire) June 28, 2012 - Pet dogs has provided man with good company for thousands of years and people anywhere in the world will agree that of all animals, the dog is man's best friend.
But there are times when dogs with bad habits just come to give its owner a test of his patience. Bad dogs are those that have undesirable habits like excessive barking , jumping, and biting.
Excessive barking makes a dog a nuisance and it can drive people in the neighborhood, including its owner, nuts. Something should be done to stop it might become a cause for strained relationships between the dog's owner and his neighbors.
Dog jumping up is also a problem that a responsible dog owner needs to be concerned about, especially if his dog indiscriminately jumps on anyone familiar to him. This unpleasant dog habit has the tendency to cause injury and it can also make a person's clothing dirty or smelly. It would be embarrassing if a dog does this to a visitor and it should be stopped before anything unpleasant happens.
Dog biting is nastiest habit that a dog can have. Aside from the scare that it gives to the guests of its owner, a biting dog has the tendency to bite other members of its owner's family, especially little ones who can't protect themselves.
These are some of the negative dog behaviors that every responsible dog owner needs to eliminate from his dog. But he can only eliminate it if he is certain what caused it. Most often, a dog's actions or behavior is an effect of something else that caused it.
The best way to train a dog to develop good habits is to understand it in the first place. Dogs can't understand people, but people can understand them. And with understanding, motivation, consistency, patience, and constant repetition, they can actually learn. This makes dog training at home a very exciting experience.
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Published On:June 28, 2012
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