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AGGRESSION

Dog aggression is exhibited by growling, snarling, showing teeth, lunging and biting. It is important to know that any dog has the potential to become aggressive, regardless of breed or history. It can also be reversed with gentle training.

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BARKING

Most dogs will bark and whine to some degree. Excessive barking is a behavioral issue. Before you can correct barking, determine why your dog is vocalizing in the first place. Learn to control excessive barking. Be consistent and patient.

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BEGGING

Begging is a bad habit, but many dog owners actually encourage it. This can lead to digestive problems and obesity. Dogs beg because they love food. When you teach your dog that begging is permitted, you are sending the wrong message.

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BITING

Dog biting can be traced back to instinct and pack mentality. Puppies bite and nip other dogs and people as a means for exploring their environment and learning their place in the pack.

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CHEWING

Chewing is a natural action for all dogs; it’s just a part of the way they are wired. However, chewing can quickly become a behavior problem if your dog causes destruction.

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DIGGING

If given the chance, most dogs will do some amount of digging; it’s a matter of instinct. Certain breeds, like Terriers, are more prone to digging because of their hunting histories.

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HOUSETRAINING

Inappropriate urination and defecation are among the most frustrating dog behaviors. They can damage areas of your home and make your dog unwelcome in public places or at the homes of others.

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JUMPING

Puppies jump up to reach and greet their mothers. Later, they may jump up when greeting people. Dogs may also jump up to exert dominance. A jumping dog can be annoying and even dangerous.

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SEPARATION ANXIETY

Separation anxiety is a common dog behavior problem. Evidence may include vocalization, chewing, inappropriate elimination and destruction when dogs are apart from their owners.

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