Newly adopted dogs go through lots of changes and may feel stressed in a confined place with people they do not know well. Some dogs also are naturally inclined to fear certain types of people. I am providing a link to a behavior modification technique used with my clients with success. You will likely need to enlist the help of dog behavior professional for safety and correct implementation. https://pethelpful.com/dogs/Help-My-Dog-Barks-When...
We adopted a year old male Alaskan Malamute and we haven’t had him for long but want to know the best way to get him to obey us and think we are the alphas. He can sit and shake but doesn’t respond to his name all that well and gets over-excited really easily and isn’t fond of any other dogs. How and what would be the best way to teach and train him??
I adopted a one and a half month old kitten. On the first day, he slept on his bed for a few hours but at night came to sleep with me. Since then he's been sleeping snuggled up next to me. I tried changing the blanket on his bed with my own blanket, he sits there for a bit then jumps back up on my bed to sleep. What to do?
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