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4 Common Dog Behavior Problems And Solutions

30th March 2012
Dogs are special animals. Based on studies, people with dogs have lower risk for high blood pressure. That is one good reason dogs are adopted in hospitals and nursing homes for pet therapy. But then, dogs are not perfect. Even the nicest dog breeds have ... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Introducing Your New Dog To Your Resident Dogs In Seven Easy Steps

30th March 2012
Probably you have heard of kids, brothers and sisters fighting over the attention of their parents or a small child developing sibling rivalry when a new baby was brought home from the hospital. Conflicts and competition between siblings is referred to as... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

How to Find Best Places for Defiant Adolescents

15th April 2011
If you have a school age child who is exhibiting behavior problems, you've learned what trying and beat are all about. Sometimes it can be difficult to know if your child has a small problem or a larger one. As a parent you want there to be no problems at... Read >
Author: Kshitiz Mahajan

Shih Tzu Puppy Training – How to Deal with Various Shih Tzu Behavior Problems

27th July 2010
I'm fed up with all the useless Shih Tzu puppy training courses out there! You know, I've seek help from 3 different dog training guides but none of their methods worked on my Shih Tzu puppy Chocho. Here's the problem, my puppy had this annoying habit ... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

Three Steps To Control Your Scottish Terrier Biting Habit

11th May 2010
Biting is without a doubt one of the worst behavior problems you can have in a scottish terrier dog. There are so many stories and situations about biting Scottish terriers that one could easily write an encyclopedia on subject. There was this Scot... Read >
Author: junglekid

ADHD behavior and Natural Remedies

19th April 2010
There are often misdiagnoses of ADHD. This means that children who do not have 'true' ADHD but whose behavioural symptoms score high on assessment tests like 'Connor's Scale', still often get labelled with ADHD. When medication (which can have damaging si... Read >
Author: compuclic

Bichon Frise Training

03rd February 2010
Bichon Frise Training Why you should Train your Bichon Frise? Obedience training is one of the best things you can do for your Bichon Frise or puppy and yourself. Obedience training doesn't solve all behavior problems, but it is the foundation ... Read >
Author: janetcombs

English Mastiff behavior problems

12th October 2009
English Mastiff behavior problems can be encountered and because of how stubborn the English Mastiff can be. However, you can correct your English Mastiff behavior problems with training. I know that it might seem kind of odd thinking that you can correct... Read >
Author: Isabellas

Golden Retriever Chow Mixes - 6 Things to Consider When Selecting a Dog

08th August 2009
Golden Retriever chow mixes can be excellent pets and loyal companions for experienced owners. Read on to discover if this beautiful mixed breed is for you. Golden chow mixes can make loving and loyal pets, yet can be difficult for inexperienced owners to... Read >
Author: Kristen Stevens

Understanding Separation Anxiety in Dogs

09th April 2009
Behavior problems from separation anxiety is the 2nd most common reason dogs are given up by their owners. Dogs that suffer from this anxiety become so stressed at being left home alone, they become destructive or hurt themselves. You may come home to fin... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol

Male Cat Behavior Problems: How To Stop Your Tom Cat's Bad Behavior

16th August 2008
Owners of male cats face extra challenges as their tomcats often have additional behavior problems compared to female cats. The first of these is that they are more active and need to find the companionship of female cats. As a side-effect of this need, m... Read >
Author: Calvin

Shih Tzu - Behavior Modification

30th October 2005
Do you have a shih tzu that paws at your arms or jumps up on your lap constantly? The cause might be that he needs lots more exercise, not necessarily direct attention, but just more exercise. Try taking your shih tzu for a vigorous walk. For some, 10 to ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

How Can I Deal With My Shih Tzu's Separation Anxiety?

29th October 2005
Crating your dog when you leave him alone might seem easier, but it may not be the best approach to keep him out of trouble. And it may even cause your dog to experience more separation anxiety. Crating was developed as a method of housebreaking. If you w... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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