Many people encounter a dog that is extremely excited and will not settle down. To calm an over-excited dog can be difficult. Some of you may even have tried to use a Dremel, television, or phone to help the calming process.
While these methods may work, they are also quite dangerous. What if the dog knocks the TV off its stand or breaks the television? Instead of using these unsafe methods, one should instead try to calm down the over-excited dog through training and natural resources.
There are many different ways to calm an over-excited dog. Being a dog trainer, I have seen all sorts of calming techniques for dogs. Calming a very anxious or over-excited dog is complex because we are dealing with the mind of another species.
Although your dog may not be at the point of chewing on your furniture or breaking your wall unit down, this article will still apply to you and help you tame that overly excited canine.
Effective dog training is possible, simply at home too, without the need to spend tonnes of fortune on obedience and training school. Homeschooling for dogs is real as well!
Over time, a dog that can calm itself down becomes important. Your dog shouldn’t always need you to be around to feel calm and not hyperactive.