Dog Training Brisbane Expert Explains How Socialisation Prevents Dog Separation Anxiety
QUEENSLAND, Australia October 2014 – It’s commonly known that dogs are playful, sensitive creatures that need to constantly show their affection. It’s for this reason that when dogs are socially isolated or alone during the working day, they can become shy or fearful, and behave inappropriately and sometimes even aggressively. They can easily develop dog separation anxiety, which can also manifest as chewing, pawing, barking and digging. This type of canine anxiety begins as panic as soon as the dog has been left, and this panic in some dogs can maintain for the entire time you are gone in some cases, it can turn into destructive boredom after an hour or two.
The most effective way to avoid these behaviours is to intervene early to prevent dog separation anxiety. Once the digging, pawing, barking and chewing has begun, the anxiety and boredom can best be reduced and even eradicated with dog socialisation. An introduction to socialising can begin by street walks or through dog parks Brisbane. This allows anxious pooches to get acquainted with the look and sound of the outside of the house; the buildings, vehicles, streets and other elements in the great outdoors.
Doggy daycare centres are the best way for dogs to socialise and build independence with their slobbery counterparts in a safe and healthy way, and can also be very beneficial for the owners. Dog training Brisbane centre, Paddington Pups guarantees that pets are in a friendly and nurturing environment. All Paddington Pups dogs are healthy, socialised and vaccinated for all types of diseases. With doggy daycare, busy pet owners can leave their dog behind and still be sure that they are treated with love and care.
Keeping dogs socialised is a lifelong process. Like humans, dogs are continuously being conditioned and can always learn new fears and behaviours at any given age. Puppies and dogs should begin their journey on a strong foundation of healthy social experiences, so they can enjoy their lives more as they grow old. www.paddingtonpups.com.au
Vivienne Campion of Red Hill says, “The greatest things about doggy day care at Paddington Pups is that the dogs get plenty of exercise and the opportunities for socialisation, which are so important to a dog’s emotional well-being. Bree, the owner, is a great dog lover, and her own Beagles attend day care as well.”
Dog training Brisbane centre, Paddington Pups’ ‘Top Dog’ Bree Robbins says, “Our doggy daycare is an ideal hangout for your dogs. Here’s why. When your dog books in, it will enjoy a fully-supervised play area that includes social entertainment, toys, and comfy bedding for afternoon naps. All dogs are grouped together based on their temperament, personality and size. Your dog will have plenty of play activities, and social stimulation to ensure that they go home tired and happy. Your dog will also receive plenty of cuddles throughout the day.”
- Contact Information
- Bree Robbins
- Pack Leader and Dog Consultant
- Paddington Pups
- (61) 07 3369 0699
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