A Well-Behaved Papillon Leads To a Happy Owner

Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Animal Care, Dogs, Papillon, Pets | Comments Off on A Well-Behaved Papillon Leads To a Happy Owner

5 Steps to a Better Behaved PapillonWant to live a healthier lifestyle? Get a Papillon. Studies show that pet ownership helps lower blood pressure, reduce stress and staves off the sensations of depression and lonliness.While there isn’t much that can beat the companionship and love of your Papillon, there are a few displeasing behaviors that are unacceptable – from barking all evening to wetting the floor to eating your furniture when you’re away.
If your Papillon is exhibiting this type of behavior, it may be misbehaving due to boredom, rising tension or because of lack of training. With the right lifestyle corrections and diligent training, you’ll be on our way to having a jovial, well-behaved pet. The following steps will help your furry friend become better behaved:

How to Train Your Papillon:Spay or neuter

The Humane Society of the United States suggests that this common operation could help your Papillon live longer, be more healthy and reduce behavior issues.

How to Train Your Papillon:Help your pet chill

Just like people, Papillons can get anxious, agitated and stressed. That’s why some veterinarians advise giving your Papillon a relaxy product, like pet calming spray, to help reduce hyperactivity.
Formulated with all-natural ingredients, pet calming spray moves fast to alleviate restlessness, trepidation, nervousness and hyper-aggression and lets nervous pets snooze through the night.

Keys To Training The Papillon:Create a workout routine

Provide your Papillon with regularly scheduled strolls two times a day. This will help your Papillon eliminate boredom, which can lead to bad behavior.

Training The Papillon:Go to training

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, enrolling your Papillon in an obedience training will educate you how to control your Papillon’s actions both safely and humanely.

How to Train Your Papillon:Be patient

While teaching your Papillon to be more disciplined may take patience on your part, it is worth it. Because, as man’s best friend, your Papillon will love bonding with you in the process.
Don’t forget to check out these other articles about Papillons.

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