Dog Training – Here’s A Quick Way To Stop Your Dog From Chewing

If you are worried about the behavior of your dog than stop worrying now because you have come to the right place. Here in this article I will tell you some necessary techniques that are very helpful for the training of your pup.

To make your disobedient dog obedient, behavioral science revealed that teaching good techniques to dogs is quite necessary to make them calm and obedient. If your pup is not listening to your orders, barks too much at others and tear down household equipments than it is very necessary to teach him lessons for its better training. Good training of dogs also create a good relation between owner and the dog. Apart from a good relation, good training also helps dog to control its aggression and anger.

You can opt different techniques for the training of your dog either by attending lectures of pets training or by taking services of a dog trainer. Though second option can cost you few bucks but it is quite useful and shows positive results in the behavior of your beloved pet.

Apart from these two techniques there are several training guides of dogs easily available from online stores and book shops and by consulting them you can easily teach your pet good manners. One of the most famous guide for teaching good manners to your pup is "Secrets to Dog Training". The tips and techniques in this guide are very effective and helpful to teach good manners to your pet. After consulting this guide an owner is able to:

o Figure out behavior of the puppy when it is barking or aggressive.

o Can understand the needs and requirements of pet.

o Able to teach him how to sit, hold, beg, catch, attack and crawling etc.

So, if you are also an owner of puppy than do not waste time and simply act on the suggestions given in this article to make your disobedient puppy a well-trained creature.

A few years ago I got a call from a nice woman that informed me she was having trouble with her dog. I asked what the problem was.
“We have a few of problems but the biggest problem we are having right now is chewing,” she said.
I told her it was no problem and we set up a time to meet. When I arrived at the house I realized that they had more than a few problems. They had a lot of problems, their dog basically tackled me when I walked in the door, there were strong signs that that the dog was not housetrained, and the dog, a big boxer mix, knew zero obedience.
“My husband is not home yet but we need to deal with the chewing problem,” the boxer’s owner said. I asked her a few more questions but she kept stressing the chewing problem. As soon as her husband came home I figured it all out. You see, the boxer mix had a lot of problems that they had put up for a long time.
The husband didn’t care about any of the problems until their dog chewed the TV remote. That was enough to get him to call a trainer to “fix” the problem. I started an obedience program, an exercise routine, and showed them how to use a taste deterrent to help with the chewing.
I went on to explain that chewing is a natural, normal canine behavior. We get upset when our dogs chew and destroy our belongings. But, we need to teach our dogs what is acceptable and unacceptable to chew on. This is done by managing your dog’s behavior and using a taste deterrent.
Buy or make your own taste deterrent. Many pet stores carry taste deterrents such as bitter apple and sour grapes. You can make your own taste deterrent by mixing a concoction of hot sauce, cayenne pepper, hot mustard, etc.
Always test the taste deterrent on your dog before you use it. Spray some of the bitter apple, sour grapes, or whatever you’re using on a piece or cheese. Then offer it to your dog. If your dog eats the cheese with the taste deterrent on it, the taste deterrent will not work. You need to keep trying different taste deterrents until you find one where dog does not accept the cheese.
Once you have found the taste deterrent that your dog does not like, you can now use it to teach your dog what is acceptable and what is unacceptable to chew on.
Spray the taste deterrent on some of your items. Take a little bit of peanut butter and spread it on some of your dog’s toys. Put all of them on the ground. This will help your dog learn to discriminate between what are your items and what are their toys.
Dogs love to chew. Your items have the scent of the bad taste, the dog’s toys have the scent of peanut butter. The taste deterrent can now also be used on other objects that your dog may be chewing on such as furniture, molding, tables, etc.