How to Deal with the Behavior of Chicks

Posted by Dog citizen in November 26, 2015-

By Ana Paula Ribeiro, team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.

“Hello, everybody! My Luna is a 1 year old that will make SRD next month. Ever since I was a little girl she’s Crabby, nag and strong personality. We talked about “no” and she replied with the grunts around the face. But the real problem is her mania of biting and digging. Bite is as caring for her, because when she is missing or very happy, it’s arms, legs and face, if you let her get close. I can’t get this thing to her and I don’t know why she thinks this is affection. About dig, Luna is the terror. We can’t play in walks her she is looking as if to say “excuse me?!” and if you don’t get out she starts digging the place desperately and biting/pull the bed to try and get away from you and even when we go out, she continues to dig the bed for hours. Sleep in bed with her is impossible because she can’t stop digging. Once read that dogs dig to warm or cool the place, but it doesn’t make sense to me, because Luna just dig and throw where she digs. Is there a reason for this or she’s just a little crazy right? Thank you! “-Nara Cricket, owner of Luna, a year ago.

“Like my dog is still a puppy and didn’t take all their vaccines. He sleeps in the living room, but in the morning he cries a lot and advised me to let him cry. This is the best way to make him learn to stop crying? “– Mireli, owner of Zeus, to 50 days.
Hi, how are you? I got a dog recently, a mix of poodle with Maltese. In the early days he super behaved, quietly and such. But the two days he’s been wanting to destroy everything you see ahead of you, and you were two pairs of havaianas and two cell phone chargers. I wonder how do I help him to behave and not out eating these things. And tbm wanted to teach him to do poop and pee in the corner, in the specific case would be in a newspaper that I put in a catinho. Thank you for your attention. -Sherin, owner of peanut butter cups, 3 months.

Hi Nara, Mireli and Sherin, okay? Puppies, what a delight! Enjoy this phase that, unfortunately, goes fast! Initially, it is important to understand that puppies need to be socialized, respecting health care indicated by your vet. The puppy must be exposed to people, noises, different objects, and the sooner that happens, the better. In this way, the puppy will have better behaviors in response to stressful situations. To socialize, you can, for example, take you for a ride by car or in your lap.
Upon arriving at your home, the puppy that, until then, was with his mother and siblings, tends to miss and surprising. Initially, you can overnight, put it around and gradually used to it with his own little room. But, if you take it directly to the place where you should sleep, you can put cloths with the smell of mommy and with your smell, a radio or a TV connected with the volume very softly, or even a watch. If the dog cry at night, you should not get it.

When we talk about puppies, another common problem are the bites on humans and on the furniture. It is necessary to remember that they are still exchanging the dentition and, in this case, the behavior of biting everything is because teeth are growing and the gums are itchy. For these puppies, it’s nice to give cold things (ice or toys) to help lessen the nuisance and, in addition, many different toys and specific to dogs. So, you stimulate the mascot biting things he can.

Another important point is in relation to the bathroom. So I don’t have any problem, the ideal is to take the Cub, from time to time, to the bathroom, wait for him to relieve himself and reward afterwards (preferably with a tasty snack), setting the correct location. In General, after meals and during or after exercise, the Cubs relieve themselves. So, at least, after meals, you should take him to the bathroom and reward. Quickly, the dog will associate the correct location. So you worry about, mainly, with the correct location and no reprimands as long as he’s learning.

We need to also realize when we are rewarding, with care and attention, the wrong behavior. Don’t do it because, in this way, the dog learns quickly to repeat them to gain attention. For example: the dog digs for the owners to move away from the walks and the tutors, in General, walk away (so that the puppy stop the behavior quickly before damaging the walks), or yell and fight to the puppy stop. These two attitudes reward this behavior and he probably will repeat every time you want someone to back off or give warning. One option is to change the focus of puppy picking up something that he likes to play, even before he starts digging, because, well, the dog moves away, do not dig and starts playing.

The same goes for bites, as it is very hard to ignore, especially when it hurts. A suggestion is to observe triggers this behavior, that is, what takes the dog to bite and what can be done to prevent the behavior starts. I use a toy, so that every time the puppy play, he is with an object in the mouth, or so, I always leave a toy around to give him. That way, you can reduce the risk of bites, because if you don’t have a toy in his mouth, has no joke.

Educate is a process that relies on repetition and consistency, so stay focused and celebrate every step. Remember, a good professional can help during this process, since the focus is the positive reinforcement. Good luck!

Source: Portal of the Dog

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