Category Archives: Dog Obedience Training

How To Stop Dogs From Peeing On Furniture


How Can I Prevent My Dog From Peeing On My Furniture? Is cayenne pepper effective in preventing dogs from pooping? Hot peppers are a well-known method of preventing dogs from urinating in places where you don’t want them to. It’s effective, and I don’t believe it’s harmful to dogs any more than it is to humans. What smells make dogs not want to pee? Dogs are known to be deterred from peeing on area rugs by the […]

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Dog Keeps Peeing In Same Spot: How To Get Rid Of A Bad Habit Effortlessly


It can be difficult to persuade your dog that the spot in your closet, on your prized potted fig tree, or under the table is not, in fact, an appropriate potty area. But it is possible. To break the habit for good, all you need is a well-thought-out, precisely timed strategy. Forever Get Rid Of The Smell. The scent of dried urine acts as an attractant, so your dog will keep peeing in the same spot as […]

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German Shepherd Barking At Night: Why Does My German Shepherd Bark During the Night? (Causes & Solutions)


German Shepherds can be rambunctious, so you’ll want to train yours to be more reserved. This article will explain why your German Shepherd barks so much and what you can do about it. So, what’s the deal with your German Shepherd’s excessive barking? The main causes are German Shepherd enthusiasm, territorial and owner protection, fear, youth, pain, and boredom. When trying to figure out why your German Shepherd is barking, it’s important to think about the time, […]

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How To Potty Train a Puppy or Adult Dog: How to housebreak your puppy or dog


House training your dog or puppy takes time, effort, and consistency. Accidents are inevitable, but by following these basic house training guidelines, you can get your new family member on the right track. Establish a routine for your puppy to potty train. A regular schedule is best for puppies. The schedule teaches them that there are times for eating, playing, and going to the bathroom. A puppy’s bladder control usually improves by one hour per month of […]

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How to Become the Pack Leader of Your Dog: What Does It Take to Lead a Pack?


  From the moment the puppies are born, their mothers begin training them. She makes them wait for food, and she decides when and how far they travel. When it comes to dog training, adult dogs require the same rules, boundaries, and limitations from you, their pack leader. Calm and confident. You should not project emotional or nervous energy like a pack leader does. The pack leader in the wild uses calm-aggressive energy to influence how the […]

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