Want to live a healthier lifestyle? Get a Dunker. Research shows that owning a pet helps reduce stress, lowers blood pressure and fends off feelings of depression and lonliness.While not much can top the companionship and love of your Dunker, there are some bad behaviors that are unacceptable – from barking all night to defecating on the floor to devouring your furniture while you are away.
If your Dunker is exhibiting this type of behavior, it could be acting out because of boredom, pent-up frustration or because of lack of training. With the right lifestyle corrections and rigorous training, you can be on our way to having a happy, better-behaved pet. The following suggestions will help your Dunker become more obedient:
Training The Dunker:Neuter or spay
The Humane Society of the United States recommends that this common procedure can help your Dunker live longer, be more virile and improve behavior problems.
Training Your Dunker:Help your pet chill
Just like people, Dunkers do get anxious, bothered and stressed. That’s why some veterinarians advise giving your Dunker a relaxy therapeutic, like pet calming spray, to help reduce hyperactivity.
Made with natural ingredients, pet calming spray acts quickly to alleviate anxiety, timidity, nervousness and aggression and helps antsy pets snooze throughout the night.
How to Train The Dunker:Have an exercise routine
Pamper your Dunker with regularly scheduled neighborhood walks twice a day. This will help the Dunker stave off boredom, which may lead to bad behavior.
Training The Dunker:Go to training
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, enrolling your Dunker in an obedience school will show you how to manage your Dunker’s actions both safely and humanely.
Keys To Training The Dunker:Be patient
Although teaching your Dunker to be more obedient may take willpower on your part, it is worth it. Because, as man’s best friend, your Dunker will love bonding with you in the process.
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