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The 10 Most Common Dog Behavior Problems

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Dog behavior is often misunderstood by dog ​​owners. A dog always adopts a behavior following an event. While it is natural for him, sometimes his behavior becomes embarrassing for his human family. Understanding the most common dog behavioral problems is the first step in solving and preventing them.

Here are the 10 most common dog behavior problems.

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How to play with your dog

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Dogs are social beings and one of the ways they develop themselves is through play. It is a juvenile characteristic that is quite pleasant for humans. Playing with your dog regularly will help understand its personality. It will strengthen your bond. Play keeps dogs from getting bored and helps maintain physical health if they are restrained. Well-controlled play allows dogs to use their natural predatory abilities. Finally, play can prevent inappropriate behavior from developing.

What do dogs like to play?

It depends on the dog’s personality. Watch what your dog does when he’s excited. Does your dog chase, grab, or jump over objects? Experiment with a few different toys and with it mimic your dog’s natural play behavior.

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Socialization of Dogs

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Socialization in Dogs: Puppies are susceptible to emotional changes as they grow older, so providing them with a good learning base makes it easier to deal with any challenges they may encounter. Investing time early in a puppy’s life helps them grow into a confident and well-adjusted adult. While most dogs live well in a human world, few realize how resilient their pets must be to comply with the rules that domestic life imposes on them. Unfortunately, failure to follow these rules results in many adolescent and adult dogs ending up in shelters.

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Should you allow your dog on the sofa?

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Can my dog ​​get on the sofa? Is it okay to let your dog go to your bed? These are questions for many dog ​​owners. There are also a lot of people who think that dogs shouldn’t be able to get on the sofa, especially not on the bed. For some, it is simply a personal preference. Others think it can cause aggression or other behavioral problems.

So can my dog ​​get on the couch?

Is there anything wrong with letting a dog sleep in your bed or climb on the sofa? The answer is no. Dogs love to curl up on the sofa and on the bed. It is often pleasant for them. They also like to spend time in places where there is the smell of their master. At the end of the day, it’s up to you to decide the rules of your household and stay consistent. Here are some tips to help you decide what’s best for your dog and your home.

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Why do Dogs Yawn?

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Why do dogs yawn: the obvious answer is because they are tired. But is that the only reason? Well not really.

Why do dogs yawn: what’s the point of yawning?

Yawns are not fully understood in either dogs or humans. Yawning is often attributed to an involuntary reflex (something that we can’t really control) in humans to help us control our oxygen and carbon dioxide levels. Another theory is that yawning stretches the lungs and lung tissue. Stretching and yawning can be a way to flex muscles and joints, increase heart rate, and feel more awake.

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