How to punish my dog for bad behavior?

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First, stop your dog in the act of whatever he's doing, then give him a different, pet parent-approved option. For example, if you walk into a room and notice him chewing your shoes or hairbrush, swiftly tell him "No!" and take the item out of his mouth. Once your dog is calm, present him with an actual chew toy.

Disciplinary methods that are considered to be positive and beneficial are:

  1. Time-outs.
  2. Using your voice to put a stop to unwanted behavior, rather than hitting your dog.
  3. Taking their toys away.
  4. Avoiding giving your dog attention when they misbehave.
There are lots of examples of positive punishment: yelling at the dog, tapping the dog on the nose with a newspaper, using a citronella collar to stop barking (the collar squirts citronella in the dog's face when it detects a bark), alpha rolls or 'dominance downs' where the dog is rolled on their side or forced into a ...

Part 1 Responding to Bad Behavior

  1. Correct your dog's behavior. If your dog misbehaves, give them a cue or sign that they've made the wrong decision.
  2. Remove your attention.
  3. Avoid giving attention to bad behavior.
  4. Do not raise your voice or hit the dog.
  5. Teach bite inhibition.

Here is how to train your Doberman to be kind and loving....Train a Doberman to sit.

  1. Give the dog an immediate treat and praise…
  2. Make sure that you do not praise the dog until its actually sitting…
  3. If your dog does not sit with the treat technique, you can use your leash and collar…
  4. Praise natural sitting behavior.
Dogs are social animals and absolutely thrive on social interaction, communication and feedback regarding the appropriateness of their behaviors. Dogs need oodles and oodles of attention (and affection), so lets give it to them when they are good.

Behavior and Diet.

These golden or reddish-colored canids may live alone (especially young males) or in packs of up to ten animals.

They roam great distances and communicate with wolf-like howls.

Dingo hunting is opportunistic.


Dealing with Normal Puppy Behavior: Nipping and Rough Play.

When puppies play with each other, they use their mouths.

Therefore, puppies usually want to bite or "mouth" hands during play or when being petted.

With puppies, this is rarely aggressive behavior in which the intent is to do harm.

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