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Defining a dog behavior problem

August 2, 2011

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Typically, there are several ways to approach and define a problem dog behavior. First, a behavior consultant should have a clear understanding of what normal behavior patterns are for any particular species and that normal behavior may be expressed inappropriately depending on the environment. Second, the behavior consultant should consider a clients “…cultural and personal preferences and normative judgments” since they may impact the client’s “attitudes and expectations, scientific understanding, societal mores [customs] about animal behavior, and costs…associated with the dog’s behavior” (Lindsay, 2001).

Responsible Dog and Cat Sarasota Florida

July 24, 2009

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Responsible Dog and Cat is located in Sarasota County Florida and offers dog training (private), day care, boarding, day training, board and train (limited). We use pet friendly training methods. All services are designed to further the human-canine bond. Want to learn how to get your relationship off on the right paw? Schedule a private dog behavior consultation and dog training lessons in the privacy of your home, where you and your dog/s live, with limited distractions (known vs. novel) before you think about attending public classes. You likely won't need classes, private training with us always includes dog and human socialization.

Responsible Dog and Cat – Training and Behavior Solutions

July 3, 2009

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Responsible Dog and Cat offers dog training and behavior solutions, using pet friendly training methods. All services further the human-dog bond. Joyce Kesling, CDBC is a certified dog behavior consultant and professional dog trainer. All services further the human-dog bond. Joyce Kesling, CDBC is a certified dog behavior consultant and professional dog trainer. To view my resume and how behavior and training problems are assessed visit www.responsibledog.net. Behavior problems include jumping, barking, chewing, digging, housetraining, socialization and play behavior. More complex behavior aggression, anxieties, fears, phobias, sibling rivalry requires a behavioral assessment, history, and observation. Read how dog training is assessed from complex problem solving clicking here.