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BEHAVIOR CONSULTING

Behaviour Modification Training (BMC) is available at PUPS Dog Training. PUPS addresses a wide range of behavioural issues explicitly, adapting tactics to each pet and owner.

Fees: S$1,600

Package: 6 Private Session, each week 60-90 minutes

Let us now go into the intricacies of dog behaviour research:

  • Aggressive Dogs: Dogs who are aggressive towards people or other animals.

Reactive dogs are those who react strongly to certain stimuli, often ending in violent conduct.

  • Fearful Dogs: Fear-based aggressiveness in dogs is typically the outcome of previous traumatic experiences.

  • Food-Related Aggression: Aggression towards humans or other pets motivated by food.

  • Aggression to assert dominance: Dogs employ aggressive behaviour to assert their authority.

  • Territorial aggression is hostile activity directed against the dog's perceived territory.

  • Aggression directed specifically towards other canines is known as dog-on-dog aggression.

  • Predatory Aggression: Aggression resulting from a hunting urge.

  • Possessive Aggression: Anger directed at one's possessions, such as toys or food.

  • Children's antagonism: Addressing youngster antagonism is a major issue for pet-owning families.

  • When aggression is redirected from one stimulus to another, it is said to be redirected.

  • Play aggressiveness is easily misunderstood as actual aggression.

  • Maternal hostility: The protective hostility of a mother towards perceived threats.

  • Health-related aggression refers to hostility motivated by health concerns or pain.

  • Medicine-Induced Aggression: Behavioural changes brought on by medication.

  • Aggression directed against a specific target is known as directed aggression.

 

BMC is an abbreviation for Behaviour Modification Training.


Personalised Plans:

It is vital to tailor plans to the individual needs of each pet as well as the owner's lifestyle. This technique takes into account the uniqueness of each case.

The ability to train at home or in a facility adds a practical dimension to PUPS services, ensuring the comfort of both the pet and the owner.

Mind-Set Aspects:

Understanding dog psychology is critical when dealing with behavioural issues. Fear, worry, and stress can all have an impact on dog conduct, just like they do in humans. Recognising and addressing these emotional states is critical for effective behaviour control.

Positive Reinforcement Techniques:

In dog training, emphasise the importance of positive reinforcement. This technique both corrects and reinforces excellent conduct, resulting in a more balanced and healthy environment for the cat.

Ongoing Support:

Consider stressing the importance of ongoing assistance. Behavioural problems may demand continuing monitoring, and providing resources or follow-up sessions can aid in long-term progress.

 

 

 

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