Perfect Puppy Problem Solving
Just like with anything in life, sometimes you can do everything right and things still go wrong!
We all know that there are little mischievous puppy’s out there that just like to get into a little bit of trouble. This guide is aimed at addressing each of these problems using reward-based training methods to erase that puppy problem and replace it with a good habit.
This book is packed full of amazing puppy problem solving information and it is available to you, on our website, for free!
Use the links below to navigate to a certain section or simply start at the beginning!
Table of Contents
- What is a Puppy Behavior Problem?
- Addressing the Problem
- Dealing with Different Triggers
- Barking Through Windows
- Barking While Outside
- Barking at People or Other Dogs
- Barking to Get Something
- Barking in a Crate
- What Not to Do
Training Material Covered in this Book (Summary):
- - Puppy behavioral problems. Before you understand how to fix a behavioral puppy problem, you need to understand what actually qualifies as one. We cover different signs to look out for, common behavioral problems, and determining the difference between playful behavior and a serious problem.
- - Excessive barking. Puppy barking is a very common thing, but excessive barking can be a serious problem. We cover addressing the problem, different triggers, and what not to do.
- - Coprophagia (Puppy Poop Eating). Another very common behavior problem which you will learn how to address and reverse.
- - Digging. Who wants holes all over their beautiful yard? Learn how to progressively stop your puppy from digging a swimming pool for you by accident.
- - Jumping Up. A well-behaved dog shouldn’t jump up on you. You’ll learn how to stop that behavior quickly.
- - Mouthing. All puppy’s teeth, it’s actually a very natural thing. However, mouthing after their teething stage can be a serious problem. Most people don’t like their hands to become puppy chew-toys and therefore it’s important to stop this problem before it gets out of control.
- - Shyness and fearfulness. It’s not uncommon to have a shy or fearful puppy, but when it hits a certain point, it is very unhealthy. You’ll learn how to determine when this issue arises and how to address it.