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Management problems in dogs

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Abstract

Responsible dog owners begin to train their puppies soon after they are adopted. Yet despite training, as dogs mature they often exhibit behaviours that are deemed to be socially unacceptable. Although it is appropriate to reassure the client that a particular behaviour is normal, the behaviour should be addressed if the client is concerned. This chapter deals with evaluation of the patient, treatment, prognosis, follow-up for management problems; problems of obedience, problems of reactivity, problems of self-regulation.

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8.3 Dog wearing a head halter (Gentle Leader). Dog wearing an Easy Walk harness. (Courtesy of Premier Pet Products.)
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8.4 Dog lying quietly in front of a Manners Minder™ remote treat dispenser.
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8.6 Relaxing on a ‘settle’ mat.
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8.7 Performing at an agility event.
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8.9 Assortment of safe chew toys.

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