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Dog behaviour

A big part of being a dog owner is the ability to recognise your dog's moods and emotions. Just like humans, dogs can develop behavioural problems based on their surroundings. So it's your responsibility as a pet owner to be aware of these issues and help your dog deal with them.


 

Dogs are very intelligent animals and need to be stimulated both mentally and physically. If they don't receive enough stimulation they can become bored, and bored dogs tend to act restlessly and can become destructive and aggressive. So it's important for dogs to socialise with other animals and humans.


 

It's no secret that cats and dogs don't always get along. But you can help your dog become more sociable and learn how to deal with situations where they encounter other animals or people.

 


Some dogs may have experienced an early ordeal that has left them unsure of certain situations or animals. We look at how to handle excessive barking, as well as touching on the best way to handly attention seeking pets.