Get your attention? We hope so. Your dog is most likely pleased as well.
Is your pet having trouble getting you to realize what he (or she) really wants or needs?
Especially when it’s 2:00 a.m. and the neighbor is calling to complain about the barking!
How many more pairs of chewed up shoes is it going to take before your wife is off to the looney bin or divorce court?
SERIOUS SIDE BAR HERE:
Never, never, never messwith your wifes shoes!
All kidding aside, if you can even imagine any of these scenarios you need help.
That cute little bundle of puppiness will soon become a not so cute adult and you’ve got your work cut out for you.
You need help. Get it here:
If only the tables were turned and our pets really could train us! Have you ever wished you could read the mind of your loyal best friend? It sure would make co-habitation easier, wouldn’t it?
It’s a good bet that there isn’t a dog owner out there who hasn’t had to reprimand their pet for bad behavior. It runs the gambit from using your footwear as chew toys clear up to using your new carpet as a toilet!
You know how kids sometimes will act out just for attention? We hear that message loud and clear. . .notice me! Our children will work hard to get our attention even if it’s negative attention.
Our pets are no different. If we aren’t giving them what they perceive as their just due – bad attention is better than no attention at all, right?
Don’t we all wish that we had the perfect pet? When we selected that cute little puppy how could we know that it would grow into this large, hairy, slobbering goliath!
Like that character in the Peanut cartoon who walks around with a cloud hanging over him, that cute little canine whose behavior was soooo adorable as a puppy now carries a cloud of dirt, dust and hair wherever he (or she) ventures.
Sometimes the challenges we experience with our dogs escalates out of control. When the neighbors start complaining about the barking you are fast approaching the tipping point where you may have to face finding a new home for your family pet.