How to Take Care of Pet Temper Tantrums
Your pets can have behavioral issues just as people can, and it takes some working it out, and learning how to appropriately train them to get their behavioral issues and temper tantrums under control. For some pets, the only reason they act out is because they feel they aren’t receiving enough attention. If you have an animal and you never really pet it or talk to it, it is going to do things that it shouldn’t to gain your attention. Animal training experts tell pet owners, the best thing they can do to try and quelch bad behavior with their pet is to provide them more of their time and attention. Some of these temperamental issues have to do with anxiety disorders too though. Your pets really don’t understand what you’re saying, they go off your body language. So, on that note, if you’re always teasing them, and being loud and yelling at them, then they start acting out in these situations too, some dogs even threaten to snap at their owners if backed into a corner. While they might not be able to understand everything we say, they can learn a lot of our commands through repetition, so this is another good point. The more times you use the same words to your pet, the better they are going to be at doing what they are told.
Temper Tantrums due to Social Anxiety
Some little dogs suffer with what is known as social anxiety. For dogs such as this, being brought into a social atmosphere, such as where a lot of other dogs are can bring about bad behavior issues. They might snarl up and refuse to eat when they aren’t in their normal surroundings. They also can be frightened by other animals and therefore present with bad behavior, such as tearing up their toys, or even wetting in their own bedding. If you take your dog to someone’s home where they don’t feel comfortable, and there are other pets there, they can present with the same types of issues, becoming destructive and snappy. In cases such as these it is good to bring in a dog trainer that can work more appropriately with your pet to try and help them move past these types of problems. In a way, animals sometimes need counseling the same way a person would, and it is always amazing to see that there is such a striking similarity to humans, because human beings can act inappropriately, the same way as animals can.
Separation Anxiety and Temper Tantrums
This literature would like to point out the fact that it is found dogs have more temperamental and behavioral issues than cats do. Cats are primarily independent pets, and though they like to be loved and have attention, they are just as content to curl up in an area near their owner. Dogs on the other hand, specifically small ones crave that companionship with their owner. Many small dogs bond with one person in the family, and when that person is missing, they go through a temper tantrum. You can never expect to shut a small dog up in a room in your house, and not come back to a disaster. They will ultimately chew up, defecate, and destroy whatever they can get their teeth and feet into. There have been instances where smaller breeds have actually chewed paneling away from a door trying to get out to their owner. Separation anxiety is one of the biggest contributors to bad behavior among dogs. Again, this is a problem that you would have to have a trainer come in and try to work out with your dog, but there is no guarantee it would work. Some dogs bond so closely with that one person in the family that they simply always suffer with temperamental issues such as this when it comes to separation from their owner. Some of them will actually bite and chew at themselves in agitation until they are united back with that individual.
This literature has discussed how dogs in particular can act out in intolerable ways, just like humans that don’t get what they want can, therefore it has been observed that there isn’t that much of a difference between these traits in species. Some experts in Dubai claim that a lot of this has to do with the karmatic energy shared between the pet owner and his or her pet. This is highly likely as when a pet owner is upset, the pet often takes on the same type of disposition, and vice versa, when there is upset in the home, the pet acts out. In order to really get a good hold of problems such as these, you want to have a peaceful environment for your pet. The more quite and relaxed the home, the more obedient the pet.