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Folks who adopt rescue dogs rarely know the dog's history

by:Trust&Deal Breeding Equipment     2020-06-13
Here's another tip that will help you achieve the end goal of calmness when you leave. Try to make a morning walk with your dog routine. Dogs that are well exercised spend more of their idle time resting rather than panicking. A morning walk will do you a world of good too I'll bet.As soon as you notice that your dog is handling your departures much better with less stress and anxiety, start your crate training. Again, I ask that you refer to my article Rescue Dog Training - Crate Training is Kind not Cruel which will explain how to acclimate your dog to spending time in the crate.It is recommended that you perform the same procedures as soon as you begin your crate training. Go through your normal morning routines, leave and then return 5 minutes later. Putter around the house a bit before you release your dog from the crate. Do NOT make a big fuss as he leaves the crate nor should you give him a treat at this moment. Otherwise, he'll perceive being out of the crate is better than being in the crate. Wait a few moments before you give him a treat and some petting and even a few 'Good Boys'. Do this routine on several consecutive weekends, and make your absence a little longer each time. Eventually, because of your persistent desensitization and crate training, you'll be able to leave the crate door open and he will come and go as he pleases, knowing that you will eventually return. A couple of closing comments. If you are away much longer than eight hours each day, you would be well advised to consider placing your dog in a doggie day care center. This will be good for your dog, and good for you knowing you will be picking up a happy, tired, well-adjusted pooch at the end of the day.If you have an extreme case of separation anxiety, you may want to pursue vet prescribed medication. But I would make this a last resort. If you are consistent and patient with your training, you should meet with success.Make sure you are a knowledgeable dog owner who has at his disposal excellent instruction that will help you correct any negative behavior your dog may exhibit during his long, happy life. Visit my site referenced below to review the two resources I found to be most useful.Author Bob Hunsicker has been an avid dog lover since his days as a vet assistant while working his way through college. He's a strong advocate for the adoption of rescue dogs. 'These are dogs that have been neglected and oftentimes abused. They are truly deserving of a second chance to do what dogs do best - bring enjoyment and unconditional love and devotion to a home.'Having adopted several rescue dogs, Bob often references a few resources that provide training techniques to correct any negative behavior a dog with an unknown history could exhibit - from timidity and anxiety to aggression. One such resource is the Do-It-Yourself Dog Training Manual.To obtain immediate access to this comprehensive compendium of dog training techniques, visit Bob's Rescue Dog Blog - DogsRpeople2 at http://butdogsrpeople2.blogspot.com/2009/05/easy-dyi-dog-training-for-well-behaved.html The Gold Membership is currently being offered at a 58% discount for a limited time. So act now before regular pricing goes into effect.
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