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Dog Behavior Training



House Training Your Dog
Your dog is an instinctively clean animal. If she can avoid it, she would rather not soil herself or her usual eating and sleeping area. Dogs also naturally develop habits of where they would like to eliminate. For example, dogs that have a habit of eliminating on grass or dirt would rather not eliminate on concrete or gravel or carpet or hardwood floors. You can use these natural tendencies for rapid and successful house training. keep reading ...

Crate Training Your Dog
Crate training is probably one of the most important things you train your dog or puppy to enjoy and look forward to. A crate is not a prison... in fact it is a den, and if you take the time to show your dog or puppy how comfortable and secure his or her den can be - they will enjoy it for a lifetime ! keep reading ...

Training Your Dog about Biting, Mouthing and Teething
Biting and mouthing is common in puppies and dogs especially in play. Dogs must learn to inhibit their bite and normally, they would learn this from their mother, their littermates and other members of the pack. But, because we take them away from this environment before this learning is completed, we must take over the training. keep reading ...

Coprophagia/Eating Feces - What to do!
It's normal for dogs, especially puppies to eat feces. However, there are ways to train them to stop this behavior. keep reading ...

Training Your Dog to Control Barking
Barking is a perfectly natural canine behavior. Birds sing; frogs croak; and a dog barks, whines and howls. If you have a dog, you better expect some barking, whining or howling. It is unrealistic and unfair to think you can train your dog to stop barking altogether. However, you, your neighbors and your dog will all be much happier if the barking is under control. keep reading ...

Training Your Dog to Overcome Separation Anxiety
Many dogs experience separation anxiety when left alone. They will often whine, bark, cry, howl, chew, dig, scratch at the door, soil the house or destroy your home and yard. We often unintentionally train our dogs to behave this way. keep reading ...

Training Your Dog to Stop Whining
Whining, crying, barking, and howling often result when a dog is left alone. Often the dog has learned that whining, crying or barking gets him whatever he wants - attention, food, affection. Soon what starts out as a demand whining becomes an unconscious whining habit. keep reading ...

Training Your Dog Out of Submissive Urination
Submissive wetting or urination is a normal way for a dog to demonstrate submissive behavior. Even a dog that is otherwise housetrained may leave dribbles and puddles of urine at your feet and on the floor. keep reading ...

Training Your Dog to Stop Excitement Urination
It's normal for some dogs to urinate when they become excited, even if the dog is perfectly housetrained. Treatment is limited because any reprimand or punishment can cause the excitement urination to quickly become submissive urination in an attempt to appease you. keep reading ...

Training Articles - Puppy Training Basics - House Training Your Puppy - Crate Training Your Puppy - Training Your Puppy about Biting and Mouthing - More Training Tips for The New Puppy Owner - Training Puppy to Curb Submissive Urination - Training Puppy to Stop Excitement Urination - Training Your Puppy about the Collar, Leash and Stairs
- Socializing Your Puppy - Dog Behavior Training - Why Obedience Train Your Dog or Puppy ? - Biting, Mouthing and Anti-Aggression - Training For Your Dog or Puppy - Training Your Dog Not to Jump Up on People - Leash Training Your Dog - Training Your Dog to Come When Called - Training Your Dog to Stop Chasing Cars, Cats, Joggers, etc. - Training Your Dog for Off-Leash Freedom - Training Your Dog to Stop Escaping and Roaming - Training Your Dog to Overcome Fear of Loud & Sudden Noises - Training Your Dog to Overcome Shyness - Is Socialization a Part of Dog Training? - Why Does My Dog Smell Stinky Stuff? - Solving Dog Training Problems - House Training Your Dog - Crate Training Your Dog - Training Your Dog about Biting, Mouthing and Teething - Coprophagia/Eating Feces - What to do! - Training Your Dog to Control Barking - Training Your Dog to Overcome Separation Anxiety - Training Your Dog to Stop Whining - Training Your Dog Out of Submissive Urination - Training Your Dog to Stop Excitement Urination

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