Want to live a healthier lifestyle? Get a German Spitz. Studies show that owning a pet helps lower blood pressure, reduce stress and fights off feelings of depression and lonliness.While nothing can beat the love and companionship of your German Spitz, there are a few bad behaviors that are no good – from barking all evening to messing the floor to eating your shoes when you’re not around.
If your German Spitz displays this type of behavior, it might be misbehaving due to boredom, pent-up tension or because of inadequate training. With appropriate lifestyle adjustments and rigorous training, you could be on the way to having a pleasant, well-behaved pet. The following suggestions will help your companion become better behaved:
Training The German Spitz:Spay or neuter
The Humane Society of the United States recommends that this common surgery will help your German Spitz live longer, be more healthy and improve behavior problems.
Training Your German Spitz:Help your pet relax
Similar to people, German Spitzs do get nervous, agitated and stressed. That’s why some doctors recommend giving your German Spitz a relaxy therapeutic, such as pet calming spray, to help reduce hyperactivity.
Formulated with all-natural ingredients, pet calming spray moves quickly to alleviate anxiety, fear, nervousness and hyper-aggression and helps antsy pets sleep throughout the night.
Training Your German Spitz:Have a workout routine
Pamper your German Spitz with regularly scheduled walks two times a day. This will help the German Spitz stave off boredom, which could lead to bad behavior.
How to Train Your German Spitz:Go to obedience school
According to ASPCA, enlisting your German Spitz in an obedience class will teach you how to control your German Spitz’s behavior both safely and humanely.
How to Train Your German Spitz:Be patient
While teaching your German Spitz to be more disciplined will require focus on your part, it’s definitely worth it. Because, as man’s best friend, your German Spitz will love bonding with you in the process.
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