Dog Problems

Here is a list of the most common dog problems and some tips on how to work with them. Always contact a professional dog trainer.

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Jumping
This will teach your dog to stop jumping up and instead greet people politely. Read More...

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Mouthing | Play Biting
Mouthing is when your pet  play bites, chews and mouth various body parts. Read More

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Destructive Chewing
Learn why your dog loves to chew and how to keep him from destroying everything. Read More...

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Humping
Your dog's humping behavior can be embarrassing and needs to be corrected. Read More..

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Food Possessive
Food possession can be made worse if you don't know how to handle it properly. Read More..

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People Possessive
Does your pet growl, snaps, whines or attacks another pet or person when they come close to you. Read More..

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Separation Anxiety
Does your pet whine, wimpier, shake, bark or even panic when left alone. Read More..

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Excessive Dog Barking
Here's are techniques that can help stop your dog from barking. Read More..

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Submissive Peeing
Does your pet unexpectedly grovel and pee when it gets nervous or excited. Read More..

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Undersocialized
Does your pet seem afraid of it's own shadow? Here are some helpful tips to build confidence. Read More...

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Digging
Tips on how to stop a dog from digging and why they dig. Read more... 

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Eating Poop
Is your puppy or dog eating poop. Here are some treatments. Read More

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Disclaimer: We are NOT licensed vets. DO NOT try to diagnose or treat animals based off this or any other information you find on the internet. This page is just basic information to help bring awareness to different health issues that are common in pets. If you pet is having any kind of medical issues, please seek professional treatment from a licensed vet who is trained and set up to handle such matters.