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This problem is quite common. If your dog is used to being with you all the time, he may be stressed when you leave and take it out on your furniture… Above all, don’t scold him when you come back, it’s useless and could make the problem worse. It is important that you make your departures and arrivals routine. You can also leave him a tasty toy that he loves so that he focuses on the toy and forgets about your absence. Before a long absence, it is important that your dog has had a good workout and that all his needs are met. Indeed, boredom and too much energy encourage destruction. It is recommended to increase the duration of absence by stages so that your dog gets used to the solitude in stages. If the problem persists, the root cause may be deeper, you should turn to a dog trainer who will be able to set up several exercises and propose changes in the organisation of your home in order to solve the problem.

Each animal has its own personality as an individual, which is why a training technique may work on one dog and not be successful on another. There is no “standard” method to apply, each dog is unique. Thanks to a behavioural analysis, we can define whether he is more playful, independent, possessive, fearful, clingy, etc. This will allow us to put together adapted exercises to obtain the desired behaviour.

First, it is necessary to analyse the origin of your dog’s aggression: traumatic, predatory behaviour, socialisation problem, inappropriate human behaviour, etc. Then, it is important to evaluate the degree of the reaction: general attitudes and postures, growling, biting, etc. Work on the triggering stimuli will then be put together to decrease the intensity of the aggressive reaction. Attention, aggression problems must be treated urgently.

It is important to have a dog that suits you and what you can offer him. It is important to know that all dogs have needs for social interaction, olfaction, physical and mental stimulation. However, a Pug does not have the same needs of physical effort as a Husky, for example. If you want a running companion, the Bulldog, with his difficult breathing due to his flat nose, will not be able to satisfy you. Do you want a perfect family dog, who will get along with your children and your cat, who will also guard the house? It is possible! Our experts can help you match your needs, lifestyle and desires to find the perfect companion.

Before finding solutions, it is important to understand why your dog pulls on the leash. How much walking time do you give him during the day? Are these walks always in the city around the neighbourhood without the possibility of running around off-lead, seeing friends and smelling scents? Or is your dog still pulling no matter how tired he is? Next, you need to analyse the equipment you are using. Is it a collar, a harness, do you use a short or long leash? Indeed, some promote traction whilst others reduce it.
Our expert can help you choose the most suitable equipment and give you the keys to a successful leash walk.

Incessant barking can be disturbing to you (and your neighbourhood). We must first understand the cause of this behaviour. A dog barks to warn, to show danger, out of boredom, fear, frustration or to communicate. The environment will also be analysed to find the right tools to counteract this behaviour.

A guard dog is a dog that alerts you to danger. Having a dog often deters people from entering your property. A large dog is often more appreciated for this role, as it is more intimidating. Vigilant and on the alert are necessary qualities for this role. Contact our dog trainer who will determine if your dog has the natural aptitudes for this role. If so, the training can begin!

It’s important to understand why your puppy bites. Puppies have a need to chew. That’s why you have to make him understand that he can’t take it out on the furniture legs or your hand and redirect him to a suitable object. There are many methods to teach the puppy to stop this behaviour. Our dog experts can help you find the keys to stop this behaviour.

There is no single method to make your dog stop being afraid of an object, noise, action, etc. Some dogs are more fearful by nature than others. However, if there are things that scare him, it means that something has happened in his mind that means that this event is worrisome. Perhaps he associated one event with another, for example.
Together with our behavioural educator, you will work on the cause of this fear and will be able to gently reassure him during this stressful moment.

First of all, it is important to know that the younger a puppy is, the weaker his ability to hold. If after several months you are unable to solve the problem, it may be that the method used is not appropriate. There’s no point in scolding a puppy after the fact. He will not understand the reason if the event has passed. Be strategic! Shortly after eating or drinking, take him outside to relieve himself and praise him. Our dog experts are here to help you if you want help with your puppy’s education.