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Is punishing your dog an effective way to train?
If punishing is ineffective, what should you do to correct the pup's behavior? First, you must understand that your dog is your child. It would help if you treated your dog the same way you treat your child.
Then why hit your dog?
The memory of dogs is like a toddler. Would you hit your toddler for inappropriate behavior?
Distrust, fear, aggression
If you want a relationship of trust and love with your pup, stop punishing your dog today.
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Punishment harms your dog's psyche in ways you cannot imagine
Your dog may become
The dog may try to cower under bed or other areas of the house
May bark or howl excessively
Stop interacting and withdraw in themselves
Bite or harm others out of excessive fear.
This aggression is born out of fear. This does not mean that your dog is inherently aggressive.
Understand the problem and find a solution
Understand the psychology of your dog. Understand where the bad behavior comes from and rectify the problem. If needed, retrain your dog but never punish.
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