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두렵거나 불안해하는 강아지들의 산책을 위한 5가지 방법

 2020 년 3 월 보라에 의해 |
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목줄을 싫어하는 것은 산책을 어렵게하지만 여기 강아지가 공포를 극복할 수 있는 몇 가지 방법이 있습니다. 여기 목줄을 싫어하는 강아지들을 위한 방법이 있습니다.

강아지들은 인간 옆에 있도록 진화되었지만 현재 요구되는 행동들 모두가 강아지들에게 자연스러운 것은 아닙니다. 강아지에게 목줄을 하는 것은 강아지들이 싸우거나 도망을 칠 수 있는 가능성을 없애기 때문에 강아지들이 위험을 느낄 수 있게 되며 이는 목줄을 싫어하는 결과를 불러옵니다. 다행히도 간단한 변화만으로 강아지가 두려움을 극복할 수 있게 할 수 있습니다.

1. Use tasty treats. One of the best ways to ease your dog’s leash anxiety is to use positive reinforcement. Feed Fido his favorite treat when another dog or person approaches, for example, to distract him from the anxiety trigger and help him form a positive relationship with the experience. Practice and patience are key in this type of training, so remember to be consistent and don’t give up hope if you don’t see immediate results.

2. Practice choice training. You can make walks a more positive experience by reinforcing good behavior. The goal of this type of “choice training” is to praise your dog for remaining calm in a stressful situation, such as when a strange dog approaches. As soon as you see an animal nearby, begin lavishing your pet with praise for staying cool and collected. As soon as he becomes reactive, however, withdraw your praise. This will let your dog know what type of behavior earns your coveted attention. Because dogs will often not eat when they are in a state of fear, this can be a good alternative to using treats for positive reinforcement.

3. Be consistent. Another way to relieve your dog’s anxiety is to keep habits as regular and predictable as possible. Follow the same walking route, which is ideally quiet, and try to walk at the same time each day, if possible. Keep your pet’s attention on you and away from his anxiety by incorporating a tiny unpredictable element into this routine, however. You can bring a toy along as a distraction or change your pace throughout the walk. This will help your dog tune in to you, rather than focus on his fear.
 
4. Teach your dog a target word: Another way to get Fido to focus on you during walks is to train him to use a target word or cue. When you see another dog or person approaching, use this signal to get your dog’s attention on you and away from the trigger. Reward him for listening with a treat and praise.

5. Choose your battles: We all like to overcome our fears, but sometimes the best way to prevent stress is to avoid the trigger itself. If you are not sure you can manage your dog in a high-stress situation, such as walking in a well-traveled area, it is best to avoid that situation altogether, until you feel comfortable. Safety comes first, so be sure you are confident in you and your dog’s ability to handle a stressful situation before you approach it. Working your way up to progressively more challenging walking environments can be a great way to boost your dog’s confidence, as long as you are patient with his progress.

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