BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION

                     Behavior modification

 

Abnormal behavior in a dog is defined as any constant action that is perceived as antisocial by humans. It is very important to have a social action from the human perspective, because some of those conducts that appear as problematic, which are very natural to the dog (Dominant aggression, marking territory, Improper place to urinate or defecate) are actions of a improper learning. These actions must be corrected even if they are normal to the dog. They are various technics that can be used to mitigate or eliminate the undesired conduct presented by a dog. In order to eliminate an undesired behavior utilizing these technics, they must be applied regularly to avoid the spontaneous return of the conduct that would imply the undesired action.

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