Dogs are pack animals that have adapted to work with both people and other dogs through communication and cooperation.
Positive reinforcement, using treats or praise to reinforce desired actions, is the most effective dog training method.
Successful dog training requires a consistent set of rules and instructions enforced in the same way every time.
Dogs rely heavily on their noses for communication and exploration because of their exceptional sense of scent.
Dogs frequently suffer from separation anxiety, but this is a problem that can be trained and modified.
Dogs have a natural instinct to hunt and play, and providing mental stimulation through games and puzzles can improve their behavior.
Early and consistent socialisation with humans and other dogs helps puppies develop healthy, fulfilling relationships.
Lack of early socialisation and good experiences can lead to dog fear and aggression.
Understanding dog body language and vocal cues can help you communicate more effectively with your furry friend.