Agression

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My Dog Eats Everything

Dear Cesar, I have a 1-year-old pitbull named Raven. I have followed your methods since day one, and she is well-behaved dog and an awesome ambassador for her breed. But, there’s one problem we are unable to overcome: food obsession. Raven is walked and or biked twice a day. She’s a low-medium energy dog. I can tucker her out very easily. As far as Discipline goes I use the “touch”, say no, and put the food back (if I can). When I leave the room, I command her to come as well. Raven gets into trouble when no one is

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Agression

Getting The Jump On Unwanted Puppy Jumping [VIDEO]

A lot of behaviors that are “cute” when puppies do them can become dangerous if they persist as adults. One of these is jumping on people. When a five pound puppy does it, it can be tempting to return the greeting and give attention — but it’s not so fun when it’s a fifty or hundred pound dog. In fact, biting isn’t the only way that dogs can injure people. They can do it by knocking them down. The best time to solve this problem is at the beginning, when the dog is a puppy and still learning the rules

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Going In Without A Bite: How To Enter A Dog’s Territory

A lot of our visitors have asked for advice to help letter carriers, meter readers, gardeners and other workers avoid being bitten when they have to go into a yard with a dog in it. It’s a valid concern. Just among postal workers in 2014, there were nearly 6,000 bites or attacks in the U.S. alone. However, this advice isn’t meant just for people who have to enter strange yards in their line of work. These tips will help anyone who wants to enter a dog’s territory without being bitten. First, make sure to apply Cesar’s golden rule of approaching

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All About Dogs

(R)Overprotective: When Dogs Watch Out Too Much

While part of a dog’s job is to warn us of potential danger in the environment, sometimes they can overdo it. A dog giving a couple of barks when the mailman comes by is fine, but if a dog barks constantly throughout the day, it’s not. Likewise, while it can be normal for a dog to be leery of strangers, they should never growl at familiar people or try to keep them away from you. These are all signs of a dog being overprotective, but they aren’t the only ones. If your dog is always getting in your space or

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Agression

Los Comportamientos Caninos Más Comunes Explicados

La comunicación empieza con comprensión. Si deseas crear una relación mejor con tu perro, puedes empezar por esforzarte por comprender el significado y las causas que se ocultan tras algunos de los comportamientos caninos más comunes. A continuación presentamos una lista de algunas conductas caninas comunes: Jadeo Dado que los perros sudan a través de sus patas y por la piel de su barriga—la parte sin pelo—la mayor parte del calor de su cuerpo se libera a través de la boca cuando jadean. Jadear es el principal medio de regulación de la temperatura corporal de los perros. Ladrido excesivo Básicamente,

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Aggressive Dogs

Cesar’s Dog Training Advice: Barking, Biting, Feeding

Cesar participated in a live chat on Facebook answering dog behavior questions from his fans. Out of the thousands of submitted questions, Cesar answered 15 in the hour-long chat. You may be able to find out helpful tips and advice for yourself as well! How to Train Small DogsUnusual Feeding RoutineDog Barks Viciously at Other DogsDog Bites Visitors’ FeetConstant WhiningQuestion from Dog Whisperer Season 3 GuestDog Eats Too FastOne-Year Old Dog Afraid of EverythingDog Sniffs Everything on The WalkDog Hates Neighborhood KidsMy Chihuahuas Constantly FightDog Aggressive On LeashDog Sniffs Other Dogs’ UrineDog Scared of Traffic and BagsDog Too Old to

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Aggressive Toward Other Dogs

Keeping Control

Recently, one of my human office pack members told me a very interesting story. He has a neighbor with two dogs, and whenever he and his dog meet up with them, all of the dogs greet each other happily and play and get along great. A few weeks ago, the neighbor was out of town and hired a dog walker and, as soon as the dog walker saw my employee and his dog, she tensed up and moved to the side. He told her that the dogs got along, but she stayed nervous and, instead of greeting his dog playfully,

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Shadow’s Big Breakthrough

Cesar’s Way writer and senior content editor Jon Bastian with his dogs, Sheeba and Shadow. It’s understandable if everyone just assumes that those of us who work for Cesar have the most perfect, best-behaved dogs in the world, but that’s not the case. We’re only human, our dogs are only dogs, and it takes us a while to pick up on Cesar’s teachings as well. But, like many of you, we also have our success stories, and this is mine. I had two dogs, Shadow and Sheeba. When Shadow was younger and my only dog, she loved to go to

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Dog Behavior

How To Bring Your Dog To Work

By Nicole Pajer More companies are starting to allow employees to take their dogs to work with them. Having your dog in your workplace has been shown to boost morale, increase productivity, and keep workers motivated. In addition, it provides employees with a reason to step away from their desks and get outside for a workday break. As more companies are allowing dogs in the workplace, it’s important to know the proper dog etiquette and dog rules. I touched base with several dog-friendly companies (including ours) to learn the do’s and don’ts of bringing your dog to work: 1. Give

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5 Rules To Help Children Avoid Dog Bites

Dog Bites and Children Nearly five million people are bitten by dogs each year in the U.S. alone, and nearly half of those are children. Many children are naturally drawn to dogs, but that can be the recipe for disaster. Here are five things you can do to help protect your children from dog bites — and to protect dogs, which are frequently put down if they ever do bite a child. Stranger Danger The most important rule to teach to children is to never approach a dog that they do not know, even if the dog seems friendly. Some

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