When owning a dog, a responsible pet owner would make sure to meet his/her dog's physical, social, emotional and mental well-being -- under this is daily enrichment (play, socialization, training) and daily exercise. These are important in order to have a well-behaved and well-balanced dog.
If a pet owner just leaves their dog in a cage all day long and does not spend time or bond with their dog, then the pet owner should not be surprised that their dog develops destructive behavior and bad habits. It is up to the pet owner to make the effort and the commitment to work with their dog to solve their issues.
Aggression and change in behavior can be triggered by many things. First and foremost, we would highly recommend you to do the ff:
1) rule out health problems by bringing your pet to a vet
2) have your pet spayed/neutered - this can help eliminate unwanted behaviors triggered by hormones. Please talk to your trusted vet about the procedure.
It is your responsibility, as the pet owner, to be personally committed, present and involved when learning how to work with your dog in training, especially if you want bad habits/behavior to be corrected.
LIST OF TRAINING/BEHAVIOR SCHOOLS
Pet owners can refer to the ff. training schools that we are aware of (listed in no particular order) to inquire about their rates and programs that can be beneficial for their dog/s:
BetterDog - Jojo Isorena
G & A Building, 2303 Pasong Tamo Extension, 1232 Makati
Contact #s: 754-9958, 754-9963
Mobile #s: Globe - 0917.500.0039, Smart - 0919.987.2132
Pawsitive Education - Joy Uy
626 Lee St., Mandaluyong City
Contact #s: 0929-392-5452
Pet Centrics - Dr. Marose Magpily
Filinvest 2, 1126 Quezon City
Pup Culture - Jennie Panes
Unit E, Ground Floor, Fort Palm Spring Condominium
1st Avenue Fort Bonifacio Global City
Contact #s: 861.79.80 and 0923.879.58.40
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