Dog Behavior and Training
Dog behavior and training: A dog that is well trained and well taken care of should not have any behavior problems because they use and assimilate our ways of doing things and they adapt to behave consequently. However, it is also true thatassimilate our problems, adversities, and sadness to the point where they sometimes live as stressed as their owners. There are many cases in which a domestic animal has had psychological problems because of the type of relationship it had with its owner and it then caused the animal to have behavioral problems. Some of the most common problems that have been observed indomestic animals are stress, phobias, fear, and aggressiveness, causing there to be a rupture in the animal's psychological equilibrium. Animals cannot tell us what they feel so it is our job to observe their behavior very attentively every day in order to determine what it is that is causing the behavior problem. It is possible for to be perturbed in well defined cases where no physical problems or pathological problems are evident, meaning that it could be a psychosomatic problem that must be taken seriously.