A Well-Trained Stephens Cur Makes for a Happy Owner

Posted by on May 1, 2011 in Animal Care, Dogs, Pets, Stephens Cur | Comments Off on A Well-Trained Stephens Cur Makes for a Happy Owner

5 Steps to a Better Behaved Stephens CurWant to live a healthier lifestyle? Get a Stephens Cur. Research shows that pet ownership helps lower blood pressure, reduce stress and fights off feelings of depression and lonliness.While not much can surpass the love and companionship of a Stephens Cur, there are a few displeasing behaviors that are unacceptable – from barking all day to wetting the floor to eating your walls when you’re not around.
If your Stephens Cur displays this behavior, it may be misbehaving because of boredom, pent-up tension or because of lack of home-training. With useful lifestyle changes and proper training, you can be well on the way to having a happy, well-behaved pet. The following tips will help your dog become better behaved:

Training The Stephens Cur:Spay or neuter

The Humane Society of the United States states that this common procedure could help your Stephens Cur have a longer life, be more healthy and have fewer behavior problems.

How to Train Your Stephens Cur:Help your pet relax

Just like people, Stephens Curs can get nervous, frustrated and stressed. That’s why many animal doctors recommend giving your Stephens Cur a relaxy product, such as pet calming spray, to help alleviate hyperactivity.
Formulated with all-natural ingredients, pet calming spray acts fast to relieve anxiety, trepidation, doubt and aggression and lets nervous pets snooze through the night.

Keys To Training Your Stephens Cur:Create an exercise routine

Provide your Stephens Cur with regularly scheduled neighborhood walks twice per day. This will help the Stephens Cur eliminate boredom, which can lead to bad behavior.

How to Train The Stephens Cur:Go to obedience school

According to ASPCA, enlisting your Stephens Cur in an obedience training will educate you how to control your Stephens Cur’s behavior both humanely and safely.

Tips To Training Your Stephens Cur:Be patient

While training your Stephens Cur to be more disciplined will require willpower on your part, it’s worth it. After all, as man’s best friend, your Stephens Cur will enjoy bonding with you during the process.
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