Simple Things You Can Do To Improve Your Dogs Behavior

There are approximately 87.9 million pet dogs in the USA, according to some estimates. Many of these dog owners would like to improve their fury friends behavior. There are some simple things you can do to improve your their behavior. Lets consider some common dog behavior problems many owners are confronted with and how to solve them.

One of the most common problems is excessive barking. To solve this problem it is important to understand why dogs bark. There are a number of reasons: to initiate play, warn of danger, threaten intruders, discipline their your or because they are curious about something. All of these are normal reactions and to be expected. To train him to stop barking for the wrong reasons, you could praise him when stops barking and give him a treat. Keep repeating this process until he only barks when you tell him to “speak“. Your dog will soon catch on that being quite gives him a treat.

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Pug Shedding & Grooming

How Much Do Pugs Shed?

In reference to a Pug’s grooming requirements, they have a  low-maintenance coat that remains short which makes it easy to brush. The Pug breed does shed a little more than the average dog and they shed all year-round, so you’ll need to brush your Pug once to twice a day to keep shedding under control. The more you brush your Pug, the less hair you will find all over your furniture where they love to snuggle and your floor. Bathe your Pug as needed, taking care not to bathe him too often or it might dry out his skin and lead to irritation or infection.

Tips for Choosing a Healthy Diet for your Pug

As a small breed, the Pug doesn’t need a large amount of food each day. Though he may want to eat every minute of the day, he has specific nutritional needs that need to be met to sustain his health and wellbeing. The quality of your Pug’s diet is directly related to his health, so don’t skimp. Keep reading to learn the basics about your Pug’s nutritional requirements and to receive simple tips for choosing a high-quality pet food for your pup.

Understanding Your Pug’s Nutritional Needs

10 ways to initiate a great relationship with your Pug

 

1. Pugs are extroverts and social by nature:

Pugs have so many wrinkles in their faces and that makes them look the most adorable creature in the world. It is not just their face that makes them look adorable, they are also very social and get along with everyone from babies to children, adults, other animals and dogs. Some dogs are aggressive but pugs are not aggressive at all. They have the friendliest behavior. Take them out with you and you will see. Every person or children who will hold your pug and pet him, your pug will always respond positively which every dog breed doesn’t. Pugs cannot be guard dogs because of this friendly nature. They are family dogs with friendly behavior with everyone around him. 100% recommended dogs for families with babies. It can be pretty easy to become a friend with a pug because of its friendly nature.


2. Learn your pug’s moods and feelings:

Some dogs are harder to read but eventually, you can understand their feelings and thoughts by seeing their body language. Different pugs express themselves with different expressions but you will certainly understand your pug’s expression more and more with more time. You will gradually know what your pug’s favorite toy or game is, or when he wants to play a particular game with you or want to eat something. When you know it will be easier to create a strong bond with your pug. 
If you just purchased or brought your pug at home, give it some alone time to adjust himself with the new environment. No need to rush yourself, friendship and bonding with your pug will happen in no time.

 

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