Want to live a healthier lifestyle? Get a Pekingese. Studies show that pet ownership helps reduce stress, lowers blood pressure and fights off feelings of loneliness and depression.While not much can exceed the companionship and love of a Pekingese, there are some unpleasant actions that just won’t do – from howling all night to messing the floor to eating your walls while you’re not looking.
If your Pekingese is exhibiting this behavior, it could be acting out due to boredom, rising tension or because of lack of training. With useful lifestyle corrections and disciplined training, you can be on our way to having a pleasant, well-behaved pet. The following keys will help your furry friend become better behaved:
Training Your Pekingese:Neuter or spay
The Humane Society of the United States recommends that this common operation can help your Pekingese have a longer life, be healthier and have fewer behavior problems.
Training Your Pekingese:Help your pet chill
Similar to people, Pekingeses do get anxious, agitated and stressed out. That’s why some veterinarians recommend giving your Pekingese a calming therapeutic, such as pet calming spray, to help relieve hyperactivity.
Formulated with all-natural ingredients, pet calming spray moves quickly to alleviate restlessness, fear, nervousness and aggression and helps antsy pets snooze throughout the night.
Training Your Pekingese:Create a workout routine
Provide your Pekingese with routinely scheduled neighborhood strolls two times per day. This will help the Pekingese fight boredom, which can lead to destructive behavior.
Training Your Pekingese:Go to training
According to ASPCA, enrolling your Pekingese in an obedience school will show you how to control your Pekingese’s actions both humanely and safely.
Keys To Training The Pekingese:Be patient
While training your Pekingese to be more obedient may take patience on your part, it is worth it. After all, as man’s best friend, your Pekingese will appreciate bonding with you during the process.
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