Owners can unintentionally reinforce resource guarding by responding to it inappropriately or failing to recognize the warning signs before it’s too late. Resource guarding can be a scary and frustrating experience – thankfully, there are several ways you can safely handle and prevent it.
Jumping is also one of the main reasons people surrender their dogs to the animal shelter, citing overexcitability. While fun for dogs, jumping is a big problem for people. It can lead to serious injuries, ripped and muddy clothes, angry guests, and more. Here are three steps to help you solve this problem by using positive reinforcement!
If left to his own devices, your puppy will get himslef into trouble, fast – one moment he’ll be chewing your favorite shoes, the next there’ll be a mess on the carpet. No matter how adorable they are, your pup will need a lot of training before he understands the rules of his new home – and one of the best ways to do this is by using a crate.