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      Problem behaviour solving and behaviour modification
Finding solutions to common behaviour problem

Aggression
Biting 
Begging food from the table  
Boundary training and bolting
Chasing
Coprophagy 
Digging
Excessive barking
Housebreaking
(five part program)
Jumping on people
Nipping and mouthing
Pulling on the leash
Separation anxiety
Stealing food(scavenging for food)
               Unruly behavior in the house              


The Dog-Gone  Smart  method of solving dog behaviour problems.

The trainer will ask the owner a series of background questions to determine how
why,and when the behaviour started. Next, the trainer will suggest a treatment  plan                                                                     
The treatment plan is divided into three components. The first is positive
reinforcement of alternative behaviour. The second  is  managing the problem
and setting up the dog to succeed.
The third component is consequences for inappropriate behaviour.
All three components need to work to effectively manage the problem