Category Archives: Problem Behaviors

Should you trust this face?

How easy it is to fall victim for those innocent eyes, the cute pose, the soft texture of the Pekingese.  You believe you can trust him and you turn your back. It only takes a second. Poised to steal My … Continue reading

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Dog Obsessive Behavior – What Can You Do?

When dogs exhibit obsessive behavior, you can be sure there’s a good reason. Most often, it relates to a conflict between the dog’s current living conditions and its inherited traits. The bigger the gap between them, the more likely your … Continue reading

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Here’s What You Can Do When Dogs Bark At Night

Dogs bark at night for many reasons, but you don’t have to live with it. Here are 6 things you can do to stop it. Continue reading

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Dog Behavior Issues: How To Wear Out Your Dog

Dog agility training is an excellent way to overcome dog behavior issues. Here’s how it works. Continue reading

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How Do You Stop Dogs From Barking

Fortunately, I’ve never had a problem with excessive dog barking. I always stop my dogs from barking at a very early age. Even older adopted dogs soon learn. My method is simple. I pay attention to what the dog is … Continue reading

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Dog training problems: Why Dogs Steal

Dog training problems. What a challenge. Does your dog take things that do not belong to him? You’ve probably asked yourself a hundred times, “Why does my dog steal? He knows he’s not supposed to have those things.” Dogs don’t … Continue reading

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Signs of a Dominant Dog and What Causes It

Your dog puts is front feet on your lap and licks your face. You think he is being cute and affectionate, but that would be a mistake. Your dog is showing signs of a dominant dog. You know how sly … Continue reading

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Why Dogs Pull On The Leash… Well, Tyler Sure Does.

It can be quite baffling when your dog pulls on the leash. Dogs will ignore the pain being inflicted by the “noose” tightening around their necks and will even cause themselves to gag. Yet, once they decide to forge ahead, even this will … Continue reading

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Dog Behavior When Dogs Play

You have to be watchful when dogs play and interpret their dog behavior correctly. Especially if you have children – of any age. This is not just to protect the children – but to protect the dog as well. Yesterday, … Continue reading

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Dog Behavior Isn’t All Bad

Is it really bad dog behavior? Honestly, we really do need to put things into perspective, don’t we? Dogs are dogs, as much as we consider them like our own children. Dog behavior is what they do naturally. But we … Continue reading

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