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Secret1. Causes of dog biting

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Bichon Frise

Secret1. Causes of dog biting

Is your dog naughty? Does your dog also have a bad problem with biting and chewing? Is it a headache even if you catch his bad behavior in time but still not getting better? The fact is that having a dog is also a big project and the problem will find its root cause and the problem will be easily solved.

[A. Causes of dog biting]

Many parents have years of experience with dogs, and young dogs begin to change their teeth within 3-5 months. During tooth replacement, dogs feel tooth pain and itching, so they find things to chew on to counteract this uncomfortable feeling. But the dog doesn’t know what to chew on, he just finds chewing on furniture, newspapers, cell phones, wires… Just get over it.

There is another point that is prevalent in families today. Many parents are working people, and the time of day to play with their dog is limited to the morning and the evening after they get home from work, and the dog is alone most of the time. It can also get lonely and bored, so it looks for something to let off steam in the house.

[II. Proper understanding of dog biting]

Some parents are grumpy. In the twinkling of an eye, they find the house in and out of disarray. They can’t see what they should or shouldn’t bite. They beat the dog in anger. Not only does this make the dog not remember, it makes the dog afraid of you. Meanwhile, you are angry for nothing. It’s not cost effective!

As the saying goes, take the man, get the dirty! Punishing your dog takes time and skill, too. When he bites your shoe or beloved phone with gusto, the unexpected shock will be unforgettable!

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There are many reasons for a dog’s addiction to biting, such as a dog being in the middle of a teething period; a dog’s teeth and dental bed movement; a dog having nothing to do and unbearable solitude; a dog eating too well for its teeth to work, etc. If you want to get rid of your dog’s bad habit of chewing, you should also see the results at the root. As the saying goes, teach to the dog.

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Secret2. Stopping your dog’s addiction to biting

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Yorkshire

Secret2. Stop doggy biting

It is not easy to prevent a teething puppy from chewing, or a large dog that naturally likes to chew. Therefore, correction is usually done using alternative or punishment methods. The alternative method is to provide a more resistant bite or toy that the dog feels good about. The punishment method is to give the dog a head stick and close the confinement when it commits destructive behavior, so that it knows that doing so will be severely punished. Otherwise the dog will still bite until training is complete.

Other methods

1. Give your dog a rubber bone to chew on, but be careful not to offer sharp, fragile, or harmful objects for him to chew on.

2. Spend a set amount of time each day exercising or walking with your dog to burn off his excess energy.

3. Give food that needs to be bitten and don’t usually give such tasty snacks.

4. If the dog is home alone, wear a special muzzle or just keep it in a crate.

5. Soak frozen cloths for puppies that are changing teeth and let them bite for good taste and analgesia.

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Don’t punish the dog with your hands. Rolling up two pieces of newspaper is enough. Because newspapers have a snapping sound, dogs are usually afraid and will not be afraid of your hands. While correcting a dog’s behavioral mistakes needs to be taken seriously, it also needs to be rewarded by you. If the dog does well and does the right thing, it will be rewarded. Feed at a regular time so that the dog is not confused as to whether it is a feed or a reward. Feed for 8 minutes at dinner to keep your dog’s desire for a reward alive.

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Secret3. Dogs that change their teeth are more likely to be destroyed

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Shih Tzu

Secret3. Dogs that change teeth are more likely to be destroyed

Teething begins about 20 days after birth. at 4-6 years of age, the baby dog’s milk incisors develop and grow. After about two months, the baby dog’s milk teeth are all grown out, thin and pointed. Dogs change their teeth when they are 3-6 months old, and at 8 months old they will have teeth. It is because the dog has such a special period, it will bite everywhere, everywhere, which is also a physiological reaction, personality ~ therefore, parents should be understanding and understanding Oh!

[I. Difference between milk teeth and adult canine teeth]

A dog’s preteeth are small and thin, but sharp, which is why dogs are more likely to bite. The adult dog’s teeth are larger and thicker than the milk teeth, are snow white in color, and the incisors are closely aligned and have rounder tips than the milk teeth.

Adult dogs permanent teeth have the following tooth types: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars, 42 in total.

Puppies have 28 types of teeth: incisors, canines, and premolars. One premolar and molar are missing. The canine teeth are all short-crowned, the maxillary first and second incisors are crowned with three peaks, with a canine cusp in the middle and small peaks on the sides, and the remaining incisors are canine with two small peaks, with a curved conical stem and sharp, a powerful weapon for attack and self-defense. The front day teeth are three-shaped, and the day teeth are multi-peaked.

[II. Precautions for dogs when changing teeth]

1. To prevent dogs from biting anything they catch, parents need to put away shoes, cords, power supplies, detergents, brooms, etc. that are easily accessible and taste good to dogs because they are in the teething stage.

2. When a dog changes teeth, pay attention to whether the old teeth are replaced smoothly after the new teeth come in to avoid problems with incorrectly positioned new teeth or double-rowed teeth.

3. During a tooth change, your dog’s teeth can feel itchy and sore. You can tie a towel into a knot, soak it in the refrigerator, and play with your dog, which can be very painful.

4. Calcium supplementation is essential during tooth replacement so that your dog can have a strong tooth. However, do not over-supplement with calcium.

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Secret4. The importance of diet for dog teeth

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Chihuahua

Secret4. The importance of diet for dog teeth

Good habits are good for your dog’s health. Food is an essential source of energy for dogs every day. Therefore, parents pay special attention to the quality of the food they give their dogs. While focusing on the inside of the food, you also need to consider the effect of the food on the dog’s teeth.

[I. Dry food is more beneficial]

Daily eating habits also have an effect on your dog’s teeth. Generally speaking, dry dog food is better than wet dog food and canned food, which is harder. When dogs chew dry food, they can scrape off the surface of their teeth in the process; wet dog food does not have this feature and can easily build up tartar on their teeth. Because a dog’s teeth need frequent sharpening, many parents see their dog chewing hard on dry dog food and only give it soft meat or soaked dog food, which can, in fact, hurt it.

[II. Timing and rationing]

Some parents are used to leaving dog food there all day and eating it when the dog wants it, and that’s not good either. This is because every time you eat, the bacteria in your mouth become more active. If you feed him regularly twice a day, the bacteria will only be active twice.

[III. Teeth grinding]

Give your dog some bones preferably pork or beef, dry hard snacks, less sugar, or dog chews for him to chew on regularly. Not only does it exercise the teeth, but it’s a great way for the dog to find something to spare to save his energy and is a great way to kill two birds.

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Sometimes bad breath in dogs is not only a dental problem, but can also be caused by indigestion or other diseases. If you notice that your dog has bad breath, weight loss, increased drinking and urination, vomiting, bloating, anorexia, and other abnormalities, it may be liver, kidney problems, or diabetes, or you should go to the hospital as soon as possible for a complete checkup. 6

Secret5. The importance of dog chews for dogs

Care for your dog during special times

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Secret5. The importance of dog chews for dogs

Many parents with dogs don’t understand why the family dog chews on things when it’s full, furniture and nice shoes one after the other in abhorrence, and of course sticks are served.

The truth is that dogs have their own reasons for biting things and solutions. Because dogs were domesticated from wild dogs, they retain some of the habits of wild dogs and wolves. After wild dogs living in nature need to hunt their prey, they usually eat the meat of the prey first and then take the bones back to their holes to bite.

Bone chewing is important for dogs, and it’s one of the reasons they love to clean. This is because chewing on bones removes tartar and prevents periodontal disease. In addition, chewing on bones trains the mouth to bite, helps hunt prey, and absorbs enough calcium to strengthen the body. Why do puppies seem to like to chew more? In fact, it is a necessary stage of their growth. Puppies change their teeth in three to four months. During this period, puppies’ teeth are very itchy. They can’t find a better way to stop the itching than to chew on a bone.

The solution to dog chewing is really quite simple. Give one of his favorite gifts – dog chews. The dog chews sold nowadays usually have a scent that dogs like. With it, the dog is sure to dislike smelly shoes and unpalatable furniture. Of course, if leaving for work is still a bit unsettling, it’s best to put him in a safe area where he can’t touch the furniture and shoes, and then put down the dog chews for him to play with.

Lost. According to experts, the dog’s desire to chew on furniture and shoes will be relatively diminished as an adult.

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Pet supply stores usually have a wide variety of dog chews for sale. In general, these products clean teeth and remove tartar. Getting your baby dog to eat more of these is the best of both worlds, as it is good for health and kills time. In addition to dog chews, there are toys like knotted rope. If your baby likes this kind of thing, that’s great because this toy can act as a dental floss during the dog bite. Without tartar, the oral environment will naturally improve. After reading the above, do you have a bottom for your dog’s chewing? Go transform your own biting imp right away.

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