Five Steps to a Well-Trained Chinook

Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Animal Care, Chinook, Dogs, Pets | Comments Off on Five Steps to a Well-Trained Chinook

5 Steps to a Better Behaved ChinookWant to live a healthier lifestyle? Get a Chinook. Studies show that pet ownership helps reduce stress, lowers blood pressure and wards off feelings of depression and lonliness.While not much can exceed the companionship and love of a Chinook, there are a few unpleasant actions that are no good – from yelping all day to wetting the floor to devouring your stuff when you are away.
If your Chinook displays this type of behavior, it may be acting out because of anxiety, pent-up frustration or because of lack of training. With appropriate lifestyle corrections and proper training, you could be well on the way to having a happy, well-behaved pet. The following suggestions will help your dog become more obedient:

Tips To Training The Chinook:Spay or neuter

The Humane Society of the United States recommends that this common surgery can help your Chinook have a longer life, be healthier and reduce behavior issues.

Tips To Training Your Chinook:Help your pet chill

Just like people, Chinooks do get nervous, agitated and stressed. That’s why some vets recommend giving your Chinook a calming therapeutic, like pet calming spray, to help relieve hyperactivity.
Made from natural ingredients, pet calming spray acts quickly to relieve anxiety, fear, uncertainty and aggression and helps antsy pets snooze through the night.

How to Train Your Chinook:Have a workout routine

Pamper your Chinook with regularly scheduled strolls two times a day. This will help your Chinook stave off boredom, which might lead to bad behavior.

How to Train The Chinook:Go to school

According to ASPCA, enlisting your Chinook in an obedience training will show you how to temper your Chinook’s actions both safely and humanely.

Tips To Training Your Chinook:Be patient

Though training your Chinook to be more disciplined will require patience on your part, it’s definitely worth it. After all, as man’s best friend, your Chinook will welcome bonding with you during the process.
Don’t forget to check out these other articles about Chinooks.

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