One thing to learn is that your pet is the most important animal on the planet, and that your love for this creature will outrank your love for your own life! Ascertain that your dog loves you unconditionally. He loves you even if you don’t return his affection, and that’s why they are so patient with all the bad behavior that you often exhibit.
It is also important to learn that your dog can suffer from separation anxiety, anxiety, depression, fear, boredom, loneliness, stress, and insecurity.
These are the problems that you’ll have to cope with in addition to any behavioral problems that your dog may have, but it is the most important thing that you can do for your dog. So what can you do to ensure that your dog is happy and healthy?
Be kind and gentle when you leave. Let your dog out-of-doors on a long walk or a game with a friend, take a rest before you go outside and let your dog sniff around the house.
Do not expect the dog to “remember” your absence if you are not on-site when you leave, for all dogs will need some “re-training” when you leave. This “training” will not be pleasant, but your dog will learn to be gentle when you return!
Be patient and persistent
Be patient and persistent in your efforts to correct your dog’s behavior problems. Make sure you spend plenty of time with your dog so that he or she gets used to your returning. The more you do this, the more he will gradually become a well-behaved member of your family, only needing some mild punishment now and again for undesirable behaviors.
When you are home, be kind and gentle with your dog. The dog will be good at learning to be kind and gentle, so you will find that you can spend more time with him as you do this. It is important to be kind, gentle, and patient, and as you have learned from your dog, it is very important to reward positive behavior with treats!
So remember, give the dog treats when he behaves properly, reward positive behavior with treats, punish undesirable behavior with time, give the dog treats when he behaves properly, reward positive behavior with treats, punish undesirable behavior with time. Be patient and persistent in your efforts to train your dog. Be kind, gentle, and patient, and the dog will be good at learning to be a good citizen and citizen of the household.
We all love our dogs, but we need to be sure we are training them correctly, for the dog will always be a citizen, also a good occupant of the house.