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 that dogs assimilate 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 dogs 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.

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Friendly dog expressions

Instinctive submission

Positive values for dogs

Dogs that bark at other dogs

Dogs and humans

Dog aggressiveness

Teach dog to answer phone

Confronted dogs

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Aggressive male dogs

Dog memory

Training an attacker

Pain and happiness of a dog

Bringing in another dog

Bond between dogs and children

Training two aggressive male dogs

Happy dogs

Dominating dogs

Do dogs take their own lives

Challenging dogs

Do dogs dream?

Training a dominating dog

Do dogs have a sixth sense

Deviate dog aggression

When a dog passes away

reproductive behavior

Dogs and TVs

Dog aggression due to pain

Hunters and the hunted

Teaching a dog to be aggressive

Dog sensory organs

Dog aggression and food

Dog's sense of hearing

Female dog aggression

Dog's sense of sight

Dog fears

Dog's sense of time

Fear of people

Dog's sense of orientation

Dog biters or predators

Dog's sense of guilt

Helping a scared dog

Dog's sense of taste

People that fear dogs

Obedience training

Characteristics of dogs

Training your dog to sit

Dog body language

Training dog to lie down

Dogs perceive people's fear

Training your dog to get up

Dog intentions

Training dog to come

Dogs provide services

Puppy dog training

Specialized training for dogs

Bringing up a puppy dog

Specialized anti-drug training

Puppy's first night

Training processes for dogs

Puppy hygiene

Detecting explosives

Puppy dog house breaking

Snow rescue dogs

Puppy dog names

Avalanche rescue dogs

Puppies and their collars

Choosing dogs for
specialized training

Puppies and streets

Training for rescue dogs

Teaching a puppy to sit

Search and Rescue dogs

Teaching a puppy to come

Water rescue dogs

Teaching a puppy down

Fire detector dogs

Puppies and training

Guard and attack dogs

Puppies and strangers

Attack dog characters

Jumping puppies

Breed selection

Puppies separation anxiety

Dog characteristics

Puppies basic discipline

Choosing a dog breed

Dogs and accidents

What to look for in a dog

If your dog is injured

Female and male dogs

If dog has fractured bones

Hunting dogs

What to do if dog is choking

Hound dogs

Dog fainting

Working dogs

Dog fractures

Terriers

Dog drowning

Toy dogs

Dog heat stroke

Age for dog training

Dog asphyxiation

A thought for dog owners

Dog collapse

A good trainer
understands his dog

Dog artificial respiration

Dog Behavior and Training

Dogs and poison

Dog social territorial hierarchy

Dog snake bite

The best way to treat dogs with psychosomatic problems, besides taking them to the veterinarian, is to give them lots of love. These dogs need a lot of affection, care, distractions and walks in order to feel safe and protected. These dogs need their owner to treat them gently, talk to them softly, make them feel wanted and understood so that the owner is them able to find and relieve the dogs problem. Unfortunately, in many cases we the own owners are directly responsible or not able capable of understanding the symptoms that started the emotional problem. Dogs that are continually submitted to a lot of stress, screaming, locked up in small spaces, always tied up on a leash, and that do not get enough or any physical or mental exercise, can actually change their conduct and way of behaving by becoming extremely depressed or even aggressive.

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