dog behavior training

Dog Behavior Training

Behavior TrainingBad behavior in your English Springer Spaniel can manifest itself in many problems. Does he bark all night and keep you from sleeping? Are you afraid he is going to bite someone? Does he chew everything except his toys? If the answer to any of these questions are yes you need to invest some time into a little bit of dog behavior training. A little training will go a long way.

Dogs that bark can be extremely irritating but the main thing is not to loose your cool, if you shout at him he will try to shout louder than you. Try and find out the cause of his barking. Is he barking because he is afraid? Is he happy? Is there someone outside your home? If you can’t find the reason for the barking then he is doing it because he doesn’t know it is wrong. This is where dog behavior training comes in. There are lots of products available to help dogs with constant barking, there are special collars which gives them the tiniest of electric shocks so they know that it isn’t good to bark.

A biting dog is perhaps one of the more serious behavior problems, especially now that the laws are tightened and any dog that bites someone is more than likely to get put down. Teaching your dog not to bite is one of the most important teachings you can give him. This is where you have to be firm and stick to your guns. When playing with a young dog they will automatically nip and gnaw at your hand. This is because when dogs play together they play with their mouths. When teaching your dog not to bite stroke him with one hand while offering something which is acceptable to be bitten with the other hand, something like a chew toy or a raw hide treat. Your dog will soon realise that hands aren’t there for biting. This process has to be done repeatedly for it to take effect.

Dog behavior training is simple enough for the experienced dog lover but when it comes to beginners, they may need all the help available. Accept help from friends and family and maybe even enroll in a dog behavior training class. This will help you to meet other people having the same problems with their dogs that you are with yours. You are not alone when it comes to having trouble with dog behavior problems. Every dog will get them, it's just a matter of how you fix them.

There are special services available that do dog training in your home. For a fee you can hire someone to come to your home to train your dog. You choose how long you want the program to last. They will then send out a specialized handler who will determine what is the most effective training method for your dog. Then they will carry the training and of course you have to join in to.

One of the largest home dog training services are Bark Busters. They are a globally known home dog training service and have achieved results all over the world. There are hundreds of testimonials and reviews available. They have sites in all parts of the globe. They offer a lifetime guarantee as well; you should visit their website to read more about them and the services they offer, also to see if you live close to a visiting dog trainer.

Many people are turning to home dog training because it is convenient and helpful especially if you're not experienced in training a English Springer Spaniel. A lot of people get tense and irritated when their dog doesn’t do what they say but that doesn’t help. Training a dog can be a very stressful time and home dog training just makes it that much easier.

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