4. Do not encourage your dog to bite people's hands While we may seem "cute" that a dog looks or acts "fierce" in reality it is poor socialization and can cause behavioral problems in the future. Neither the hands, feet or limbs are acceptable things to pick or bite, and if we let the puppy dog makes it more difficult to teach is not acceptable later. The optimal time to adopt a puppy is when you have more than 8-9 weeks. They learn many important things about the social behavior of puppies mother and siblings (for example, inhibition of bites.) 5. Take frequent, short trips with your dog if the only time your dog goes to the car are to go places 'nasty' as the consulting veterinarian or kennel (these places can also be "nice" from the point of view of the pet!), traveling by car can become a much-feared event and stress-filled. A short drive to the park or the vet consultation, encouraging the dog and perhaps much reward after, will greatly assist in making the dog more comfortable at the time of driving. Use a collar or leash and crate will also make you feel more secure.

For fearful dogs, being in the car but not running it a few times, will help realize the car is a safe place, and give confidence to his first trip really. 6. Practice removing the bowl during meal times need not repeat this often and only for a few seconds ago. Noting how the dog reacts, you can learn a lot about his temperament. Dogs should not growl or bite if they try to remove the food. This technique establishes who is the "boss" (the human) and can eliminate food-related aggression and unpredictability in the future.

Alternatively, give your dog smaller meals more often. If this is a problem for your dog, consult your vet or trainer to solve it properly. 7. Click "tests" test with your dog your dog get used to that look! Inspect the eyes, ears, feet, mouth, belly and so on., To help your dog feel comfortable and accept the various palpation and positions. This will help in future visits to the vet consultation and training can serve essential for emergency situations. He also served at the time of brushing, when they cut the nails and when your teeth cleaned. 8. Accustom your dog collar and leash with supervision Putting your dog such as stylish new collar or leash that brand can be for him a frustrating and stressful. Do not force force your dog to accept new things like this immediately. Let it explore and feel comfortable with these things before you make him work with them as will be needed later (get a ride, etc..) If socialize and train your dog to the vet will be safer and more enjoyable for your dog, the veterinarian, you and everyone else in the waiting room. Talk to your vet and ask if you can visit your query only for the purpose of training and socialization. All these efforts are worthwhile to keep your dog can not go to the vet because of his bad behavior.

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