How can i get my dog to stop pulling on the leash?
A simple way to help your dog learn to walk without pulling on the leash is to stop moving forward when he pulls and to reward him with treats when he walks by your side.
If your dog is not very interested in food treats, then you can a tug a toy or toss a ball for him in place of feeding a treat.
Ignore the barking
- When you put your dog in their crate or in a gated room, turn your back and ignore them.
- Once they stop barking, turn around, praise them and give a treat.
- As they catch on that being quiet gets them a treat, lengthen the amount of time they must remain quiet before being rewarded.
What to do
- Walk your dog at least twice daily…
- Play with them using active toys (balls, flying disks) as often as possible.
- Teach your dog a few commands or tricks…
- Take a training class with your dog and practice what you learn daily.
- Keep interesting toys in the yard to keep your dog busy when you're not around.
Teach what to chew
- Take responsibility for your own belongings…
- Give your dog toys that are clearly distinguishable from household goods…
- Supervise your dog until they learn the house rules…
- Give your dog plenty of people-time…
- Give your dog plenty of physical and mental exercise…
- Build a toy obsession in your dog.
Stop Your Dog's Territorial Marking Inside
- Spay or Neuter your dog.
- Vet check to rule out sickness.
- 3. Make sure he's getting enough potty breaks.
- If he is marking in just one spot repeatedly: Soak the area with pet urine enzyme cleaner and let it fully dry.
- If he is marking in multiple spots inside: Get a bandana and put some of his urine on it.
Here are our top seven solutions to help stop your dog's digging behavior.
- More playtime and exercise.
- More toys and chews.
- Maintain an area for acceptable digging.
- Discourage digging in unwanted areas.
- Add digging deterrents.
- Get rid of rodents.
- Help your dog cool down.
Treatment for Your Dog's Compulsive Scratching, Licking, and Chewing
- Eliminating parasites. There are a variety of flea and tick products that your veterinarian can recommend…
- Changing foods…
- Using medication…
- Preventing the behavior…
- Addressing anxiety or boredom.