Dog House Training and Boredom of dogs


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Dog House Training and Boredom of dogs

  1. 1.<br />Episode 6: How to Know if Your Dog is Bored and How to Fix It<br />Hello and welcome to a new Episode from<br />Today we are going to talk about: How to Know if Your Dog is Bored and How to Fix it<br />Dog house training is not just about teaching your dog to obey your commands but also about understanding your dog and his needs. It becomes very essential to be able to understand your dog’s behavior, to build a special bond with him. Most dogs are very agile and they need constant activity. In the absence of things to do, they get bored and start responding in a weird manner.<br />It is also worth noting that a bored dog can actually forget all he had learned during his puppy obedience training and give you a headache.<br />There are some common ways in which dogs communicate their boredom. All you need to do is to understand that they are bored and help them with finding an engaging activity that gets them back to normal.<br />Some of the common signals of boredom are the following:<br />1) Dogs such as German Shepherds and Alsatians are very active dogs and they get bored very easily. If your dog starts getting violent and starts upturning things, you should know that he might be bored.<br />2) Milder breeds express their boredom through barking incessantly.<br />If your little Poodle or Chihuahua is barking a lot and you are sure that he is not ailing, it might be just boredom.<br />3) Some dogs, especially the smart ones, start scratching the door and start pulling your trousers to draw your attention to the fact that they are bored.<br />4) If your dog loves a lot of activity and he gives up running around and playing with you, it might be a signal that he is bored and he needs a new toy or a new activity.<br />However if your dog is not himself, you need to ascertain that he is not ill. If he is not ill, he needs some action in life. If you have time, you can take him to the nearby park or take him on a long walk. However, if you are busy you can get him a new toy and open the door to the backyard and let him slip out and have some fun with the butterflies and the toads.<br />To know more about Dog House Training visit<br />I hope you have enjoyed this episode and stay tuned for more to come. <br />