The first step in ending your dog’s begging is consistency.
Everyone in the family must know the new rules and must not give in to any begging. Any time you give in to begging you go two steps backwards and you reward begging behavior.
At first your dog will continue to beg, and finally, when he figures out it isn’t working, the real tantrum will begin. Be prepared for whining, howling, and crying of all sorts. He’ll do anything to get the food. Continue reading “Stop your dog from begging”
Puppies and dogs learn by association. The ABC Rule of dog training makes the learning of what are appropriate and inappropriate behaviors, easier for your dog to make the expected association, thereby displaying the appropriate behavior.
More than 60 percent of dogs in shelters are euthanized every year. That comes to 6-8 million unwanted, abused, neglected, and abandoned animals. The over population of puppies and dogs is alarming! Your rationale for not neutering or spaying your dog is what?
According to the Humane Society of America statistics, every 11 seconds a dog is euthanized in the United States. In Los Angles County alone, 200 dogs per day, are “put down” because space is limited, their time is up, and no one wanted them. Your rationale for not neutering or spaying your dog is what?
Ironically, they are the lucky ones. Because the typical do-it-yourselfers tend to lean toward more primitive methods, such as drowning, abandoning, breaking necks, selling or using as dog-fight bait, burying alive, shooting, electrocuting, poisoning, strangling and/or hanging their unwanted puppies or dogs. Your rationale for not neutering or spaying your dog is what? Continue reading “Benefits of spaying or neutering your dog far outweigh reasons not to”