The First 20 Things Thank You for Your Dog

If I had to talk to you about it, at first I would be speechless, but after the cascade of virtues would be infinite. It is energetic, outgoing, calm, cuddly, funny, faithful, protective, loving, good… And not, I’m not talking about Julio Iglesias or my boyfriend, talk about my dog. People who have a furry four-legged friend will know what I mean and those who have not (yet!) … What are you waiting for? Continue reading The First 20 Things Thank You for Your Dog

January 11, 2018

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What Causes Canine Aggression and How to Handle it?

Posted by Dog citizen in 18/Aug/2015-

Canine aggression can be caused by several factors: from fear through the environment where the dog lives, until you reach the genetic parents. Most importantly, in these situations, is to understand what affects your puppy and, from that point on, get an effective solution, which improves not only the behavior of the animal, but also facilitates the coexistence with the family.

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January 18, 2016

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Tips to Avoid Holes in the Garden

Posted by Dog citizen in July 16, 2015-

By Malu Araújo, behavioral consultant and team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.

Any little piece of grass or earth at home, or even a garden in an apartment, can become a possible target for dogs who love to dig. Puppies and adults have this habit, and the first thing that the owners need to understand is that this is a natural behaviour of the pet.

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January 13, 2016

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Basic Commands for Dogs

Posted by Dog citizen in July 8, 2015-

By Juliana Yuri, behavioral consultant and team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.

One of the many functions of the training is to teach the dogs commands: sit, down, come, stay, etc. Some ask why trainer tutors to teach these commands to a dog being trained for a specific behavioral problem (destruction of objects, for example), because they don’t understand how this learning can positively impact for improving the behavioral disorder.

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January 13, 2016

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Teaching Positive Reinforcement

Posted by Dog citizen in July 6, 2015-

By Mariana Taioli, team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.

Positive reinforcement is the technique used in the Intelligent Training, whose essential principle focuses on making learning the animals very pleasant. For this, we use the reward (affection, snack etc.) every time they behave the way you want, or execute any command or activity requested.

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January 12, 2016

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Collar or Tug of War?

Posted by Dog citizen in June 11, 2015-

By Juliana Yuri, behavioral consultant and team Dressage Rider Dog citizen.

Walk with your dog can be a very enjoyable activity, a moment of connection and fun between you and him–that if he is not that guy that pulls throughout the tour! To teach your animal to a quiet way, here are some tips, which will facilitate learning:

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January 10, 2016

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Introducing a Dog to a Cat: Care and Tips

Posted by Dog citizen in June 26, 2015-

By Malu Aguilar, student and behavioral consultant of Citizen Dog.

In many houses, the coexistence between a dog and a kitten is perfectly possible. If you already have one of the two at home and, now, the other, some care is needed to maintain a good living among them.

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January 8, 2016

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