Dog House Training
To many people, there is nothing like living in the big city – the lights, the high-rises that glitter in the sun, streets buzzing with the sounds of cars, people throng the sidewalks and stores at all hours…
Housetraining your dog quickly and easily can only be done by understanding what is causing him to use the bathroom inside the house in the first place. Many times the issues are not what they seem, and in fact the problems are typically connected to behavioral reasons.
A few years back, I was told a story that has stuck with me to this day. A proud dog owner was traveling home with his best friend and constant companion, Rufus. While waiting at a traffic light, they were rear-ended by a pickup truck that failed to stop in time. The driver was restrained by his seatbelt, but Rufus was sent through the windshield and died from the impact with the road.
Some dogs just absolutely refuse to become house trained. No matter how long and hard you have tried to implement techniques to get your dog to use the bathroom in the proper areas, he still chooses to be “vengeful” towards you by not following your instructions, right?