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Barking: How to Get Your Dog To Be Quiet

Keep these tips in mind while training: Don’t yell at your dog to be quiet—it just sounds like you’re barking along with him. Keep your training sessions positive and upbeat. Be consistent so you don’t confuse your dog. Everyone in your family must apply the training methods every time you dog barks inappropriately. You can’t…
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What To Do About Digging

“I dig because I can.” It’s the motto of dogs everywhere, and completely normal behavior Yet the reasons behind the activity are varied. Your dog may dig to seek entertainment, attention, comfort, escape, prey, or protection. (Despite how you might feel sometimes, your dog won’t dig out of spite, revenge, or a desire to destroy…
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Prevent Chewing

Every dog owner will be required to stop dog chewing problems at some stage. When our puppies and dogs chew it is a perfectly acceptable and natural behavior for them. The real problem arises when they chew on inappropriate, dangerous or expensive items. Dogs chew on just about anything they can wrap their mouths around.…