Separation Anxiety

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Stuffing Chewtoys - Training the Companion Dog 2 – Behavior Problems

When you stuff a chewtoy, try to wedge a couple of them in there really well, so your dog can’t get them out.  Then add a few more treats that will fall out more easily to capture their attention.

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Settle Down - Training the Companion Dog 2 – Behavior Problems

A dog that doesn’t settle down on command is going to be a pain to live with.  It can be very useful to train several  down positions, depending on how long you want them to stay down.

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Feed From Chewtoys

A food-stuffed chewtoy is an automatic dog training device that reinforces your dog for settling down and chewing an appropriate object.  It’s a great doggy-hobby!

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Puppy Playpen for Housetraining

Housetraining your puppy starts with their puppy playpen, a long term confinement area designed tencourage them to potty in the right place.

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Good Puppy Chewtoy Habits

Prevent your puppy from chewing on the wrong things by directing him to appropriate chew toys.

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Good Dog Chewtoy Habits

Train your dog to chew the right objects by stuffing their chewtoy with tasty food treats. They'll quickly develop good chewing habits.

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Train Your Puppy to Settle Down

Avoid excessive barking, chewing and digging by teaching your puppy to enjoy being home alone, settling down in their doggy den with some stuffed chewtoys.

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Train Your Dog to Settle Down

Avoid excessive barking, chewing and digging by teaching your puppy to enjoy being home alone, settling down in their doggy den with some stuffed chewtoys.

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Separation Anxiety

Your new puppydog needs lots of attention (companionship, education, and play), but also to be taught how to entertain himself appropriately and how to thoroughly enjoy his time when left at home alone. Otherwise, a social vacuum can be a very lonely place.

 
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