The dog’s behavioral problems

The dog’s behavioral problems

Behavioral problems are frequently observed in dogs. Some of these problems can be prevented from the time when the puppy is purchased and owners can avoid others through proper training. Some problems appear as early as infancy or adolescence such as phobias, i.e. noise, car, people phobias. These dogs will not be able to adapt to life in an urban environment. It will be very difficult, even impossible, to take them out. If they are not put on a leash, they might run away and be run over. Other dogs pull on the leash in order to go back, some dig in their paws to slow down only to then rush forward and some bound forward in a series of leaps. Still others, who are not house-trained, might wait to come back inside the house to relieve themselves even if they have been outside for several hours. They can only relieve themselves in a calm environment that they control. Often, they are afraid of people and may attack out of fear.
Expose the puppy to different kinds of sounds and experiences early on
Separation anxiety
The object of attachment
Biting
Depression in Dogs