If your dog suffers from separation anxiety, you should encourage him to have connections with others. The dog needs to have other people around to get rid of its fixation with you.
Set the stage for success so that your dog will have little trouble learning what to chew and what not to chew. Make sure that your dog can’t get into trouble by chewing on the wrong item. Hairbrushes, nylons, and other common household items pose a danger to dogs and can lead to choking and obstructions.
Crating is a viable strategy for teaching your dog. In order to make the crate training more effective, you need to let the dog out regularly, and try to follow a consistent schedule. With some time, dogs that have been crate trained will not have accidents inside.
Make sure that your dog goes for his or her check-up when the time comes. Rule out physical problems if your dog is exhibiting odd behaviors or is regressing in training. Dogs have been known to hide discomfort and pain. If your dog is behaving erratically, seek medical attention. For example, an aggressive dog may actually be in pain or a dog that fails to follow house training lessons may have an infection of the urinary tract.