Tag Archives: Dog Training

Aversive dog training relate to behaviour problems

Aversive dog training related to behaviour problems in dogs

Aversive dog training related to higher incidence of aggression and fear in dogs. Photo: Yolya Ilyasova/Shutterstock

Aversive dog training is related to higher incidences of behaviour problems, aggression and fear in dogs according to Researcher, Ziv G (2017)’s article ‘The effects of using aversive training methods in dogs – A review’ in the Journal of Veterinary Behavior. Continue Reading →

3 common myths in dog training

3 Common myths in dog training

3 Common myths in dog training. Photo: Christian Mueller/shutterstock

A good canine citizen is a well-mannered dog. And a well-manned dog can be taken anywhere and loved by all. Puppy school and further dog training will help your dog to become a good canine citizen in your community.

Beware! There’s a lot of outdated and incorrect advice on the Internet about dog training, which may do more harm than good to your dog.  How you train your dog has a profound effect on how the dog learns, their attitude to training and their relationship with you.  Cathy Beer uncovers 3 common myths in dog training. Continue Reading →

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