OBJECT STEALING

OBJECT STEALING

Usually seen in high-energy dogs and very social dogs/breeds. Boredom, attention-seeking, loneliness and excess energy are mostly to blame. Helping your dog to break the habit will require a different approach, depending on what their reason for the behaviour is, and also depending on how long the habit has taken to develop. Helpful suggestions: Regular, fun exercise – be it daily play in the garden or walks. Aim to provide sufficient exercise, quality time and mental stimulation on an ongoing basis. Take your dog’s age, breed and fitness level into consideration. Provide daily treat dispensers (DIY: Google) and chew toys

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English Bulldog

Once used in the horrific practice of bear baiting but now much loved, the English bulldog is a sweet, dependable, often stubborn breed. It’s laid back energy level and enjoyment of napping makes this dog a popular family pet choice. The breed will actively solicit human attention and generally gets along well with other pets, but can be aggressive to unfamiliar dogs. It’s generally apprehensive of visitors and so make good watch dogs. Exercise needs are around 20 – 30 minutes a day. They enjoy unhurried walks at a cooler time of day. The breed’s tendency to: bark is low,

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