Behaviour Related


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Jump for Joy

29th May, 2017
Please help! I really love my rescue dog, Roger, an Africanis-mix. As an adopted adult dog, he has settled down wonderfully and I can’t fault him on anything. Our challenge, however, is that when I come home from work, he is so excited that he jumps up – and doesn’t stop. ...read more
 

Coprophagia

1st Mar, 2017
My 6-month-old Beagle puppy, Boots, eats his own poop – and any other that he finds on walks. It’s really unpleasant as his breath stinks, and I’d love to have cuddle kisses with him but that’s obviously a no-no. What can I do to help him? ...read more
 

Resource Guarding

19th Jan, 2017
We recently adopted a young adult Yorkie; she has settled in well and we love her dearly. However, the problem with her is that she fiercely guards her food and becomes quite aggressive if any of our other animals or my husband and I go anywhere near while she’s eating. We’re not sure what the best way is to handle this behaviour and really need your advice. Please help. ...read more
 

I’m afraid of dogs but would like to get one for my kids, who adore animals – how do I get over this? ...read more
 

Separation Anxiety

25th Oct, 2016
I recently adopted a Terrier-cross from our local animal shelter. She promptly stole my heart and settled in wonderfully. She’s an independent little dog with lots of confidence. Although she was a little dominant in her previous home, which I was worried about, she quickly found a balance with my two other rescues with whom she now shares her life with. The only problem is that she cries terribly every morning when I leave for work ...read more
 

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