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Common Dog Behavior Problems and Solutions

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Problem: Solution:
Dribbling Urine, Bladder Be Well for Dogs
Don't let your dog's problem with incontinence drag on. Begin supplementing with Be Well for Dogs, an organic source of Omega 3 that helps control inflammation of an irritable bladder. Be Well targets the nutritional gap in your dog's commercial, cooked or raw food diet.
Eating Non-food Items NaturVet Enzymes & Probiotics and Probiotics
Pets that don't get what they need from their food learn to eat poop, dirt, and other non-food items. Give NaturVet Enzymes & Probiotics and Probiotics to increase the nutrients your pet absorbs from its food. Your pet will feel better and will be getting all the nutrition you paid for.
Fear, Barking Be Serene
Be Serene is a flower remedy that provides calmness and emotional healing for fearful pets. Be Serene is even more powerful than Rescue Remedy and is safe for dogs, cats, horses, and birds. Be Serene can be dropped into your pet's mouth, put in its water, or misted onto its body.
Obsessive Behavior Cholodin
Promote clarity of thinking and ability to learn appropriate behavior. Cholodin helps your pet produce the neurotransmitters used in learning. It also helps balance mood.
Urinating in the House Pet Organics NO-GO!
Discourage urination with NO-GO, a housebreaking aid with herbal extracts that when sprayed on a previously soiled area, will help teach pets to not re-urinate. If urination is due to anxiety, use Comfort Zone D.A.P.
Excessive Licking Nordic Naturals
When your dog is so anxious or restless that it licks itself habitually and develops a lower leg hot spot, give Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Pet. Its fish oils can help improve behaviors such as excessive licking and help heal skin wounds. Exercise your pet to reduce anxiousness and boredom which can lead to excessive licking.
Separation Anxiety, Aggression Comfort Zone D.A.P. Plug In
Reduce stress-related behaviors such as separation anxiety and aggression with Comfort Zone D.A.P. This plug-in releases a natural reassuring pheromone that is effective in helping your pet feel at ease. Use Comfort Zone D.A.P. and behavior training to help your pet adjust to your absence.
Nighttime Crying Comfort Zone D.A.P. Spray
If your dog is breaking your heart by crying at night, apply Comfort Zone D.A.P. Spray to its bed. Comfort Zone calms dogs by releasing a pheromone that reminds them of what it felt like to be nursed and comforted by their mother.
Car Sickness HomeoPet Anxiety Relief
This gentle stress reliever quickly promotes a sense of calm, helps your pet feel comfortable with thunderstorms, loneliness, vet visits and traveling. Calms fretting and fear without side effects.
Pulling on the Leash Easy Walk Harness and Leash
Use if your dog loves to go for walks so much that
it pulls on the leash and is difficult to walk with. It helps you change your dog’s behavior gently but
effectively. It puts you in control, not your pet.
Potty Training Wee-Wee Pads
Wee-Wee Pads are instrumental in potty training your dog by providing a scent that triggers pets to go. They are also great for apartment living and for pet sitting.
 
 

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