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Dog Training and Behaviour Supplies


A dog is naturally territorial; they tend to claim pieces of furniture, particular areas around the house, even you. If left untrained, your dog will begin marking things indoors, barking and jumping at random people, and chewing on furniture.

With the appropriate training and equipment, you can strengthen your bond and make it more enjoyable to be around your dog. Your dog cares about you and wants to please you despite its silly antics. A simple dog training tool like a leash, a collar, and a clicker can be used to teach basic commands like sitting, staying, and walking.

You and your family can also maintain a clean and healthy home if your dog is properly trained. House training with dog training equipment like crates, training pads, and pet diapers will prevent messes inside your house and protect your floors from damage. Dog training collars can be used to stop excessive barking by using vibrations, high frequency sounds, sprays, or static corrections. Invest in the best equipment and collars for dog training today to make sure your dog is properly trained, well-mannered, and well-behaved.

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Training a dog doesn't require a lot of supplies, but there are some tools that can make your job a lot easier. You and your dog will benefit from certain dog training tools that will make training a more enjoyable experience for you and your pup. Dog training can be improved by learning about some of these tools.

Dog Treats

Treats are a good way to motivate your dogs by using positive reinforcement and rewarding them for good behaviour. You can find a variety of dog treats, so it is easy to find something your dog enjoys and is willing to work for. The best training treats are small and easy for your dog to eat.

Dog Calming Products

Dogs who have phobias to things like thunderstorms and fireworks need calming aids to deal with anxiety. You can find several calming aids in your dog's training toolbox. There are products like the Thundershirt that help to ease your dog's fears and be used to calm down fearful dogs. Dog Appeasing Pheromone (DAP) collars and sprays are also available. Your veterinarian might know of behavioural supplements that can help calm your pet down.

Dog Harness

It may be a good idea to switch from a collar to a harness for better control of your dog if you are having trouble walking him. Collars can put pressure on his windpipe or spine, which is increased when he lunges or pulls suddenly. Harnesses cause less breathing restriction for dogs with breathing problems, like brachycephalic breeds (e.g. Pugs, French Bulldogs). Having a harness for your dog can make travelling in the car or enjoying outdoor activities like hiking and biking with your best friend easier and more enjoyable.

Dog Repellent Products

You can use a repellent to keep your dog away from certain areas of your yard or home in order to encourage ideal behaviour in them. Using deterrent or repellent sprays can prevent unwanted behaviours such as digging, inappropriate urination, and soiling in specific areas of the home or yard by giving off an unpleasant odour.

You can prevent your dog from chewing on your freshly laid lawn by using repellent products such as Aristopet home and garden repellent. Fido's Chewstop Spray will stop him from digging into your new lounge. Bio-Groom Bitter Taste Spray and Aristopet Stop Chew Spray both contain a bitter ingredient that does not sting if your puppy or adult dog will not stop chewing on their blankets, bandages or paws.

Dog Muzzle

Occasionally, your dog may need to wear a muzzle for a few reasons. When your dog gets anxious at the vet, it may be easier for everyone to feel comfortable if your dog is muzzled, which might speed up your visit. If your dog hates getting their nails trimmed, wearing a muzzle is the safest thing to do to protect everyone's fingers. 

Injured dogs can unintentionally lash out when they are in pain, which is why a muzzle should be included in every first aid kit for dogs. Muzzle training should also be done for dogs that get nervous around strangers, or who have previously demonstrated aggression toward other dogs. Dogs may need to be muzzled in public depending on where you live and their breed.

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It's going to take some time for your dog to learn new tricks. You may see some resistance or stubborn behaviour along the way. Be positive and keep rewarding your dog for good behaviour, and make sure the reward you use is one your dog will work for.

Dogs can also show common behaviour problems such as barking, jumping up, or even aggression. Your dog's attention can be shifted to something positive if you interrupt his misbehaviour. Reward your dog with cues that he has learned. Maintain a cool, confident demeanour and be clear about what you mean.

The key to success is positive reinforcement. If you punish your dog or become angry during training, this will only make the dog confused. It is a good idea to keep your dog's attention with treats and enthusiasm, but always know when to stop when your dog gets tired or bored. End sessions on a positive note. Patience and consistency will lead to successful training.

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