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How To Teach A Naughty DogWhat constitutes “naughty” varies from person to person; some people love their dogs to climb into bed with them, others see this as totally unacceptable. It’s important that you set your own boundaries and reinforce them with kindness, patience and positivity. Dogs don’t do things to annoy you; if your dog is disobeying or acting out, it’s most likely that he simply doesn’t understand what you want him to do. Consistency and clarity are key to showing your dog the error of his ways.1. Check for health problems. If you perceive your dog’s constant soiling of the house or ignoring your commands as naughty, you may be missing a medical problem. A dog who is otherwise trained but refuses to be house-trained may have a bladder infection or stomach upset preventing him from getting outside in time. A dog who constantly ignores your calls may be going deaf. A quick visit to the vet should hopefully rule out any health concerns so you can get on with “dog school.”2. Find out your dog’s “currency.” Some dogs will do anything for a dollop of peanut butter, others will be putty in your hands if they think you’re going to give them that ball. Observe your dog at play and figure out what motivates him.3. Remove temptation. Dogs are habitual. If Lucky is fond of destroying your shoes, the first thing you should do is put all shoes away. It won’t solve the underlying problem, but it will reduce the amount of stress in the household. Making it easy for a dog to do the right thing is a great shortcut to good behavior.4. Observe your dog discreetly. Prevention is more effective than cure when it comes to canine naughtiness. By understanding your dog’s routine and habits, you can be on hand in a timely fashion to react to the bad behavior.5. Distract your dog. Clap your hands or call his name when you think he’s about to do something naughty. Once he’s focused on you, issue verbal praise. Disrupting behavior patterns is an effective way of curbing naughtiness, such as nuisance barking.6. Use negative punishment and positive reinforcement. Parents are familiar with both of these psychological concepts, but maybe not by name. “Stevie, that was rude. No TV for you!” Giving a positive stimulus for good behavior then taking it away helps show dogs (and children) how their behavior influences their own environment. “Suzy, great job on the chores. Have a cookie.” Here you’re introducing a positive stimulus as a result of desired behavior. So if Lucky sits when asked, pay him promptly in his preferred currency. If you want to discourage bad behavior, remove the positive stimulus.7. Keep a supply of treats in your pocket. Every day is a school day when you have a naughty dog. If you spot Lucky planning to do something wrong, issue the distraction. Once he’s looking at you, call his name. If he comes, give a treat. He won’t always come, but each time he does, your reward takes him a step closer to mastering the recall command, the most important command for any dog.Tips:    Time rewards so they occur as close to the required behavior as possible. It’s no good saying “good boy” 30 seconds after he does something you want.    Never correct retrospectively. If you discover Lucky next to a pile of chewed up letters, you’ve missed your opportunity to react. He won’t know why you’re saying “no!”    Keep training sessions brief.Another reason for puppies seeking constant food is boredom. Food is pleasurable and so puppies sometimes use it as a comfort, just like comfort eating in humans. No matter how many toys he has or attention he gets, he will still seek out food for pleasure, which may stem back from being bullied away from first the nipple, and then food bowls while in the litter. Some dogs develop a desire to gorge due to not being able to feed to contentment when in the nest and so develop the desires to eat as much as possible when there are no other dogs around.To combat this, try an edible chew such as a knotted rawhide bone or better still a flavoured nylon chew bone for him to play with. The flavours and chewing stimulate the natural bodily response of feeding and so mentally the puppy thinks he is eating when really he is not. This distracts hyim from the constant search for food and does not impact on his proper diet or routine. It also combats boredom and keeps his teeth in condition.#dogs #doglovers #dogsareawesome #dogsrule #dogsofgoogleplus #dogsofgoogle    #animals #animallovers #animalphotography #dogphotography #dogsphotography #dogsphotographs #dogpictures #dogpictureoftheday #dogpicoftheday #dogpics #dogslife    #gif #animals #animallovers #cute #cuteanimals #cuteness #cutenessoverload #animaloftheday #gifoftheday #gifofthedayindeed #gifoftheweek…http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9qCr/531a5513

How To Teach A Naughty Dog

What constitutes “naughty” varies from person to person; some people love their dogs to climb into bed with them, others see this as totally unacceptable. It’s important that you set your own boundaries and reinforce them with kindness, patience and positivity. Dogs don’t do things to annoy you; if your dog is disobeying or acting out, it’s most likely that he simply doesn’t understand what you want him to do. Consistency and clarity are key to showing your dog the error of his ways.

1. Check for health problems. If you perceive your dog’s constant soiling of the house or ignoring your commands as naughty, you may be missing a medical problem. A dog who is otherwise trained but refuses to be house-trained may have a bladder infection or stomach upset preventing him from getting outside in time. A dog who constantly ignores your calls may be going deaf. A quick visit to the vet should hopefully rule out any health concerns so you can get on with “dog school.”

2. Find out your dog’s “currency.” Some dogs will do anything for a dollop of peanut butter, others will be putty in your hands if they think you’re going to give them that ball. Observe your dog at play and figure out what motivates him.

3. Remove temptation. Dogs are habitual. If Lucky is fond of destroying your shoes, the first thing you should do is put all shoes away. It won’t solve the underlying problem, but it will reduce the amount of stress in the household. Making it easy for a dog to do the right thing is a great shortcut to good behavior.

4. Observe your dog discreetly. Prevention is more effective than cure when it comes to canine naughtiness. By understanding your dog’s routine and habits, you can be on hand in a timely fashion to react to the bad behavior.

5. Distract your dog. Clap your hands or call his name when you think he’s about to do something naughty. Once he’s focused on you, issue verbal praise. Disrupting behavior patterns is an effective way of curbing naughtiness, such as nuisance barking.

6. Use negative punishment and positive reinforcement. Parents are familiar with both of these psychological concepts, but maybe not by name. “Stevie, that was rude. No TV for you!” Giving a positive stimulus for good behavior then taking it away helps show dogs (and children) how their behavior influences their own environment. “Suzy, great job on the chores. Have a cookie.” Here you’re introducing a positive stimulus as a result of desired behavior. So if Lucky sits when asked, pay him promptly in his preferred currency. If you want to discourage bad behavior, remove the positive stimulus.

7. Keep a supply of treats in your pocket. Every day is a school day when you have a naughty dog. If you spot Lucky planning to do something wrong, issue the distraction. Once he’s looking at you, call his name. If he comes, give a treat. He won’t always come, but each time he does, your reward takes him a step closer to mastering the recall command, the most important command for any dog.


Tips:

    Time rewards so they occur as close to the required behavior as possible. It’s no good saying “good boy” 30 seconds after he does something you want.

    Never correct retrospectively. If you discover Lucky next to a pile of chewed up letters, you’ve missed your opportunity to react. He won’t know why you’re saying “no!”

    Keep training sessions brief.



Another reason for puppies seeking constant food is boredom. Food is pleasurable and so puppies sometimes use it as a comfort, just like comfort eating in humans. No matter how many toys he has or attention he gets, he will still seek out food for pleasure, which may stem back from being bullied away from first the nipple, and then food bowls while in the litter. Some dogs develop a desire to gorge due to not being able to feed to contentment when in the nest and so develop the desires to eat as much as possible when there are no other dogs around.

To combat this, try an edible chew such as a knotted rawhide bone or better still a flavoured nylon chew bone for him to play with. The flavours and chewing stimulate the natural bodily response of feeding and so mentally the puppy thinks he is eating when really he is not. This distracts hyim from the constant search for food and does not impact on his proper diet or routine. It also combats boredom and keeps his teeth in condition.




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Golden Retriever Puppies That Will Brighten Your Day!“There was a golden retriever who saved countless lives on September 11 by going back in to find people. His companion was in a wheelchair. He got him out and kept going back in to save others.” –Linda BairGolden Retrievers are in my experience not only one of the most beautiful breeds of dogs but one of the most loving. Anyone remember the Air Bud movies and how amazing they were? I do. It was inspiring to see a boy love a dog that much and a dog love back; it is amazing what our animal companions are capable of. Especially golden retrievers, I mean just look at these little guys in this gif? They are so dapper and cute, and I would totally be mad if they peed on the carpet but I wouldn’t be able to stay mad long.“The Golden Retriever originated in the Scottish Highlands in the late 1800’s and was used predominantly for hunting. The breed was developed by Lord Tweedmouth, whose goal was to create a superb retriever suited to the Scottish climate, terrain and available game. He crossed his original “Yellow Retriever” with the Tweed Water Spaniel (now extinct) found on his estate. Later integrations of Irish Setter, Bloodhound, and more Tweed Water Spaniel produced the retriever we know today.” (https://www.akc.org/breeds/golden_retriever/index.cfm)“It’s no surprise that the Golden Retriever is one of the top ten most popular dogs in the U.S. It’s all good with the Golden: he’s highly intelligent, sociable, beautiful, and loyal.He’s also lively. The Golden is slow to mature and retains the silly, playful personality of a puppy until three to four years of age, which can be both delightful and annoying. Many keep their puppyish traits into old age.Originally bred for the physically demanding job of retrieving ducks and other fowl for hunters, the Golden needs daily exercise: a walk or jog, free time in the yard, a run at the beach or lake (Goldens love water), or a game of fetch. And like other intelligent breeds who were bred to work, they need to have a job to do, such as retrieving the paper, waking up family members, or competing in dog sports. A tired Golden is a well-behaved Golden.As well as giving your Golden Retriever physical and mental exercise, you should also be prepared to include him in your family activities. The Golden Retriever is a family dog, and he needs to be with his “pack.” Don’t consider getting a Golden unless you’re willing to have him in the house with you, underfoot, every day.There’s one other potential drawback to the breed: He’s definitely not a watchdog. He might bark when strangers come around, but don’t count on it. Most likely, he’ll wag his tail and flash that characteristic Golden smile.” (http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/golden-retriever)“The average lifespan for a Golden Retriever is about 11 to 12 years. They are susceptible to specific ailments, so should be taken to a veterinarian for yearly checkups.Golden Retrievers are known to have genetic disorders and other diseases. Hip dysplasia is common in the breed; when buying a puppy, the pedigree should be known and be examined by the OFA or by PennHIP for hip disease. Obesity is also common in the breed because Golden Retrievers love to eat. Puppies should eat about three cups of food a day and adults three to five cups, depending on the food and how active the dog is….The Golden Retriever’s eagerness to please has made it a consistent, top performer in the obedience and agility rings. Its excellent swimming ability makes it proficient at dock jumping. A natural retrieving ability means it is also competitive in flyball and field trials.The first three dogs ever to achieve the AKC Obedience Champion title were Golden Retrievers; the first of the three was a female named ‘Ch. Moreland’s Golden Tonka’.Since Golden Retrievers are so trainable, they are used for many important jobs, such as guide dogs for blind people, drug or bomb sniffing at airports, or helping to rescuing people from earthquakes and other natural disasters.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Retriever)#dogs #doglovers #dogsareawesome #dogsrule #dogsofgoogleplus #dogsofgoogle #dogsoninstagram #dogsofinstagram #animals #animallovers #animalphotography #dogphotography #dogsphotography #dogsphotographs #dogpictures #dogpictureoftheday #dogpicoftheday #dogpics #dogslife  #gif #animals #animallovers #cute #cuteanimals #cuteness #cutenessoverload #animaloftheday #gifoftheday #gifofthedayindeed #gifoftheweekhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9qCq/531a5513

Golden Retriever Puppies That Will Brighten Your Day!

“There was a golden retriever who saved countless lives on September 11 by going back in to find people. His companion was in a wheelchair. He got him out and kept going back in to save others.” –Linda Bair

Golden Retrievers are in my experience not only one of the most beautiful breeds of dogs but one of the most loving. Anyone remember the Air Bud movies and how amazing they were? I do. It was inspiring to see a boy love a dog that much and a dog love back; it is amazing what our animal companions are capable of. Especially golden retrievers, I mean just look at these little guys in this gif? They are so dapper and cute, and I would totally be mad if they peed on the carpet but I wouldn’t be able to stay mad long.

“The Golden Retriever originated in the Scottish Highlands in the late 1800’s and was used predominantly for hunting. The breed was developed by Lord Tweedmouth, whose goal was to create a superb retriever suited to the Scottish climate, terrain and available game. He crossed his original “Yellow Retriever” with the Tweed Water Spaniel (now extinct) found on his estate. Later integrations of Irish Setter, Bloodhound, and more Tweed Water Spaniel produced the retriever we know today.” (https://www.akc.org/breeds/golden_retriever/index.cfm)

“It’s no surprise that the Golden Retriever is one of the top ten most popular dogs in the U.S. It’s all good with the Golden: he’s highly intelligent, sociable, beautiful, and loyal.

He’s also lively. The Golden is slow to mature and retains the silly, playful personality of a puppy until three to four years of age, which can be both delightful and annoying. Many keep their puppyish traits into old age.

Originally bred for the physically demanding job of retrieving ducks and other fowl for hunters, the Golden needs daily exercise: a walk or jog, free time in the yard, a run at the beach or lake (Goldens love water), or a game of fetch. And like other intelligent breeds who were bred to work, they need to have a job to do, such as retrieving the paper, waking up family members, or competing in dog sports. A tired Golden is a well-behaved Golden.

As well as giving your Golden Retriever physical and mental exercise, you should also be prepared to include him in your family activities. The Golden Retriever is a family dog, and he needs to be with his “pack.” Don’t consider getting a Golden unless you’re willing to have him in the house with you, underfoot, every day.

There’s one other potential drawback to the breed: He’s definitely not a watchdog. He might bark when strangers come around, but don’t count on it. Most likely, he’ll wag his tail and flash that characteristic Golden smile.” (http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/golden-retriever)

“The average lifespan for a Golden Retriever is about 11 to 12 years. They are susceptible to specific ailments, so should be taken to a veterinarian for yearly checkups.

Golden Retrievers are known to have genetic disorders and other diseases. Hip dysplasia is common in the breed; when buying a puppy, the pedigree should be known and be examined by the OFA or by PennHIP for hip disease. Obesity is also common in the breed because Golden Retrievers love to eat. Puppies should eat about three cups of food a day and adults three to five cups, depending on the food and how active the dog is….

The Golden Retriever’s eagerness to please has made it a consistent, top performer in the obedience and agility rings. Its excellent swimming ability makes it proficient at dock jumping. A natural retrieving ability means it is also competitive in flyball and field trials.

The first three dogs ever to achieve the AKC Obedience Champion title were Golden Retrievers; the first of the three was a female named ‘Ch. Moreland’s Golden Tonka’.

Since Golden Retrievers are so trainable, they are used for many important jobs, such as guide dogs for blind people, drug or bomb sniffing at airports, or helping to rescuing people from earthquakes and other natural disasters.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Retriever)



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