Dogs have become part of our family.
They give us great happiness and satisfaction. They are able to comfort us when we feel down, cheer us up with their playfulness and child-like sincerity, they are grateful for everything we provide for them, they make us the center of their interests, they are sincere in everything they do, are faithful to us, love us, we need them and they need us. However, over time, for various reasons, dogs may show behavior that is not good for them nor their respective owners.
If your pet protests when you are not at home, destroys furniture, facilitates in the house, does not listen to commands, pulls on the leash, if it’s aggressive toward people and animals, reacts fearfully to thunder or fireworks, if it is insecure, if it snarls or bites, eats things that are not food, if it is obsessed with certain activities and it is difficult to stop what it does, if it does not get along with the other animals with whom it lives, it jealous of a family member, cannot adjust to some new changes in your life, or has some other problems with the behavior, the help of a professional person should be considered.