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4 weeks to a better behaved dog

4 step action plan

Improve your dog’s behaviour, and reduce their anxiety levels (yours, too) with this useful guide.

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Chewing on shoes, jumping up on visitors, inappropriate barking or undesirable toileting – dogs can exhibit all kinds of misbehaviours, but many can be easily remedied by putting some simple measures in place.

This action plan will identify potential reasons for your dog’s behaviour, suggest some simple changes, and help ensure you and your pet enjoy many more happy days together.

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Time to complete

  • 4 weeks

Benefits

  • Identify potential causes of behavioural issues
  • Help reduce anxiety levels
  • Improve unwanted behaviours
  • Improve your relationship with your furry friend

Actions

Understand your dog’s behaviour and what's causing it

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Understand your dog’s behaviour and what's causing it

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Most ‘bad’ behaviours occur when they have been inadvertently rewarded in the past, or due to fear and anxiety. Learn how to influence your pet to behave in a positive manner this week.

Learn to be a leader

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Learn to be a leader

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Just like children, dogs respond well to leadership and a sense of order to feel safe and secure. Learn how to be your dog’s leader, with the help of some simple cues that can have huge pay-offs – resulting in a happier, calmer pup (and fewer chewed pairs of shoes).

Feed your dog better manners

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Feed your dog better manners

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Food can be a great training mechanism – not to mention a source of health and comfort.

This week, we shine a spotlight on your dog’s relationship with food, used as a reward mechanism, as a calming treat, and as a way of communicating leadership.

Lead with love and fairness

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Lead with love and fairness

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Dogs are masters at reading energy, mood and body language – and yours might be sabotaging your attempts to establish authority, even if you’re doing everything else right! Follow our tips and you’ll be well on your way to a happier, calmer dog.