Dog Training - How To Get Rid Of The Irritating Chewing Habit


As being the owner of your favorite breed of canine, you must be aware of the things that most certainly drive the owners crazy. There are three main things that a lot of owners go crazy about and the find it really hard to make their dogs get rid of these habits. Let us now take a look at these things in a little bit of detail and I will give you some tips on how to make your dog get rid of these habits.

The first and on of the most irritating of these habits, as we talk about them, is the habit of destructive chewing. At one point of time or another all if the dogs owners have lost an expensive pair of shoes to puppy teeth. The fact of the matter is that you will never get over the truth that you can stop the puppy or the grown dog from chewing. The only thing that you can make sure is that you can stop them from chewing on YOUR things.

There are a lot of reasons that dogs tend to chew on stuff. The basic reason for a puppy to chew on stuff is that they might be cutting their teeth. This is due to the reason that this chewing helps them in getting their teeth through the gums. However, dogs tend to chew on stuff even when they are done cutting their puppy teeth. One of the best and the most effective things to do in this case is that you can get a good chewing toy for your puppy so that instead of chewing on your stuff they will chew on the toy. In case that you still see the puppy chewing on your stuff or on some other stuff that he should not chew on, all you need to do is to say a firm NO to the him and make sure that you remove HIM from the object rather then taking the object away from him. Once you have taken him away from your stuff, make sure that you give him the chew toy and once the puppy starts chewing on the chew toy, praising him will be an icing on the cake.

So there you have it, the most important things that you need to know about when it comes about breaking some habits and groom them in the best possible way.

 


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