Behavior & Training

Dog Care and Training Resources

A dog who has good manners and will respond to basic cues such as "sit," "stay" and "come" is much easier to live with and will be much more comfortable in our hectic world. You can help your dog develop good social skills and master simple cues with just a fundamental understanding of dog behavior and a little practice.

The following are some basic resources:
Teaching Your Dog Basic Cues
Getting the Behavior You Want from Your Dog

These resources in the Best Friends online pet care library can help you with specific behavior and training issues:

Barrier Aggression
Chewing in Dogs
Collar Sensitivity
Crate Training: The Benefits for You and Your Dog
Dealing with Excessive Barking
Digging in Dogs
Housetraining Your Dog
Dog Jumping Up
Scared Dog: How to Approach a Fearful Dog
Dog Mouthing
Dog Food Aggression: Prevention
Dog Bites Child: How to Prevent This Scenario
Preventing Your Dog from Escaping
Dog Pulling on Leash
Submissive Urination and Excited Peeing in Dogs
Dog Marking: How to Stop It

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