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Some tips from Cesar

Postby Teddy » Fri Nov 06, 2009 11:05 am

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan tackles the
five most common issues faced by dog owners in the fifth edition of his
Mastering Leadership DVD series, Common Canine Misbehaviors. Here are a few
tips for each of these problems:

5.) Aggression towards other dogs - Watch your temper! If you are tense,
frustrated, or angry, your dog will mirror that energy right back at you, so
it's especially important to remain calm when dealing with an aggressive dog.
But remember, always put your safety first! Seek the help of a professional to
deal with this potentially dangerous issue.

4.) Overexcitement or hyperactivity - Overexcited or hyperactive dogs are not
being challenged enough. Most often, they just require more exercise! Find a
new activity to try with your dog - hiking, swimming, agility courses - or
step up your current walk routine. Dogs require at least 30 minutes of a
structured walk every day. Talk to your vet about how much exercise your dog
can safely handle.

3.) Barking while the owner is away - This is most often a symptom of
separation anxiety. You can help your dog to relax by communicating that being
apart is no big deal. Instead of showering your dog with affection, practice
no touch, no talk, and no eye contact for at least five minutes when entering
or leaving your home.

2.) Barking at a specific stimulus - Take time to simulate the cause of the
barking, and practice correcting your dog. If it's the doorbell that sets your
dog off, ring it when no one is coming over, so you can stay focused on the
task at hand: helping your dog overcome this unwanted behavior.

1.) Problems on the walk - A canine pack leader leads, and so should you! Your
dog should always be next to you or behind you, never out in front. Make sure
you are the first one out the door and the first one to come back in.

Watch Cesar demonstrate these tips and more in his new DVD Common Canine
Misbehaviors available at CesarsWay.com.



SOURCE  Cesar Millan

Natasha Subova, +1-818-506-7887, natasha@angelcopr.com, for Cesar Millan

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