Afraid to leave your dog at home alone?

Coming home to destruction – afraid to leave your dog at home alone?

 How often have you heard the story of a dog owner coming home to complete carnage? Holes dug in the garden the couch ripped to pieces, chewed table legs, absolute destruction everywhere. Even worse… you get a notice in your post stating that you have a dog who’s not only destroying the yard but one that’s been barking for weeks every time you leave the house and now you have 5 days to fix it or face a fine.

Dog destroys furniture

Oh boy! You’ve got to love your dog 🙂

The strange thing is… very often, as soon as you walk back into the house there isn’t any barking (in fact you hardly ever hear your dog bark) and no destruction is taking place. It’s like you have a completely different dog when you are not ther

 

You would be astonished at how many people have no idea that they owned a barking dog because the barking only happened when they were not there. However, the good news is that none of this is a complicated situation to resolve. In fact, it’s one of the easiest behavioural issues to sort out.

Caught in the act, Dog destroying furniture

In this post, I am going to explain why it’s happening and point you to a site where you can quickly and gently learn how to stop it. That site for those of you who are desperate and just want to get on with it is called The Online Dog Trainer Dan even gives you a $1 trial of the site for 3 days! To get YOUR access now just CLICK HERE:

  So why is my dog barking and being so destructive when I leave? Let me explain to you with an example. Let’s say that you are a parent with a two-year-old child. Your job is to care for, look after and protect that child. Now if the child ended up outside the house and you were locked inside unable to get out what would you do?

Would you Sit down with a cup of tea and read the paper?  I thought not… You would be screaming and shouting and doing everything you could to get out of the house…pulling on the doors and the windows. Your energy levels would be very high, you would be stressed to the max

. Stress can show its self in many ways… shouting, chewing fingers, excessive drinking/eating, gambling, addictions, the need to keep busy etc. Generally, when we are stressed we are the opposite of relaxed!

Your dog is no different.

The problem is simply that your dog thinks that they are the pack leader in the home, they think that their job is to keep an eye on you and keep you safe.

Therefore, your dog is anxious when you leave them alone. They are locked inside the property unhappy, worried and restless – all their pups have gone! And anything could happen!

Consider this. You leave for work 5 days a week at 8am and you leave them at home every day, imagine what that does to them! A build-up of stress…and again, as with humans, that stress can come out in many ways.

Sofa destroyed by dog

Some dogs will bark constantly, some will become hyperactive, digging holes and being destructive or chewing. The chewing releases endorphins which can help calm your dog down, very like when humans are stressed and chew chewing gum. The bottom line is that they are stressed, unsettled and they are wandering around all day long, doing stuff… often not stuff that you want because they simply can’t settle.

They are not bored. it’s not usually caused primarily by a lack of exercise and your dog does not need more toys or a meaty bone! (In fact, this can make the problem much worse!)

The real solution is so simple, straight forward, logical and not expensive… YOU become the pack leader and then your dog will happily   rest at home when you leave.

A great place to understand how to achieve this is Doggy Dan’s video website Click Here where you have access to over 250 of his beautiful HD videos on how to achieve pack leader status in the eyes of your dog.

Remember, Dan gives you a { $1 trial of the site for 3 days! } Funny dog videos click here.

His method uses 5 very powerful principles that he calls the 5 Golden Rules to ensure that your dog understands that you are the pack leader and are free to come and go as you please. Your dog can then relax and not worry when you leave the house. Dan’s methods are also very kind and gentle as he understands how to work with the dog’s nature and work alongside them.

Another big bonus for anyone who is wanting to stop barking when you are not at home is that becoming the Pack Leader will change this too. The site also covers off several other contributing factors that you can   consider which will ensure that you achieve the results that you are looking for.

So, if you’re in desperate need of help, this is the perfect resource for you.  There is no need for dramatic action, just a little understanding of what’s going on in your dog’s mind. It’s an amazing solution and I recommend go and enjoy the 3 day $1 trial inside Doggy Dan’s video website now: Click Here

And hey, you can thank me later!