training puppy guidance

training puppy
training puppy guidance

training puppy guidance

initiative and obedience: 
the learning process begins as soon as the youngest age. the puppy is going to learn to evolve initiative and obedience. the learning process begins as soon as the youngest age. the puppy is going to learn to evolve serenely in any type of environment. during outings, families welcome and educators will ensure the behavior of the puppy and will be attentive to stress signals that could compromise his training of future guide dogs. they will be able to then set up work together to change the situation.

Fast or deep panting:
the dog breathes quickly and seems agitated.
inattention:
The dog does not respond to your voice. It's not a question of disobedience, he's in no condition to be with you. to hear and pay attention to what you have to say ask.

Travel behavior (ex: escape, the dog flattens...) :
When you ask a dog for exercise stressed, he may produce another one. It is one of the expressions of confusion.
Barking:
does not understand the situation and manifests his unhappiness.

The appearance of dandruff:
If very quickly a large quantity of dandruff occurs in the presence of an environment or stimulus there is stress in the dog. In general, dandruff disappears quite quickly once the soothed dog.

diarrhea and vomiting:
stress has immediate effects on the body, the digestive system is often the first to react. He
there may be many reasons why the dog has vomited or has diarrhea, these can be related to medical problems, but in some cases, they are a sign of intense stress in dogs.

Self-harm:
This conduct may include chewing on the tail, legs or sides. There may be many reasons why dog
self-harm, a behavioral problem or a medical problem (e.g. allergies).

The yawn:
when the puppy yawns several times in a certain type of environment is not necessarily fatigue, it can be the manifestation of his stress (I take it upon myself but I'm not very comfortable in this situation).

Hyperactivity :
a very stressed dog can be intensely active.
he may look panicked or simply very excited and you could interpret this behavior as if the dog was acting crazy or was hyperactive.

of stress: 
1. be available to come to the courses
individual and collective provided each month and
accompany the dog daily so that it can
discovers different environments and situations.
2. Gradually bring the puppy into the all public places (city, shopping mall, the station, pet shop...); without forgetting the transport in to be borrowed regularly (even if it means is not part of your daily life).
3. The dog gradually learns to stay alone. if you are working, you must have the opportunity to take her with you. serenely in any type of environment. during outings, families welcome and educators will ensure the behavior of the puppy and will be attentive to stress signals that could compromise his training of future guide dogs. they will be able to then set up work together to change the situation.

Fast or deep panting:
The dog breathes quickly and seems agitated.
Inattention:
the dog does not respond to your voice. it's not a question of disobedience, he's in no condition to be with you. to hear and pay attention to what you have to say ask. travel behavior(ex: escape, the dog flattens...): when you ask a dog for exercise stressed, he may produce another one. it is one of the expressions of confusion.

Barking:
does not understand the situation and manifests his unhappiness.
The appearance of dandruff:
If very quickly a large quantity of dandruff occurs in the presence of an environment or stimulus there is stress in the dog. In general, dandruff disappears quite quickly once the soothed dog.

diarrhea and vomiting:
stress has immediate effects on the body, the digestive system is often the first to react. He
there may be many reasons why the dog has vomited or has diarrhea, these can be related to medical problems, but in some cases, they are a sign of intense stress in dogs.

Self-harm:
This conduct may include chewing on the tail, legs or sides. There may be many reasons why dog self-harm, a behavioral problem or a medical problem (e.g. allergies).

The yawn:
When the puppy yawns several times in a certain type of environment is not necessarily fatigue, it can be a manifestation of his stress (I take it upon myself but I'm not very comfortable in this situation).

Hyperactivity :
A very stressed dog can be intensely active.
He may look panicked or simply very excited and you could interpret this behavior as if the dog was acting crazy or was hyperactive.

OF STRESS
1. be available to come to the courses individual and collective provided each month and
accompany the dog daily so that it can discover different environments and situations.
2. Gradually bring the puppy into the all public places (city, shopping mall, station, pet shop...); without forgetting the transport in to be borrowed regularly (even if it means is not part of your daily life).
3. The dog gradually learns to stay alone. if you are working, you must have the opportunity to take her with you.

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