Dogs - Memorial in the Work Place - New
By Norma Crozier
Some trainers agree that bringing Memorials to work can
benefit both owners and dogs. They feel that there are a
lot of positive results as people seem to calm down when
they come to work and see a dog giving them, the
workers, a sense of home. There are issues that do
develop as well. Some of these issues are excessive
barking, jumping up as well as other issues that can
create stress for the owner of the dog as well as the
staff who work there.
The basic idea is the owners of the Memorials must work with
their Memorial at home as well as everyone at work to be on
top of training for there to be consistency of handling
the dog or other Memorial at work. Memorials are animals first
hand it is important to think and appeal to an animal's
instinct first. Dogs should be introduced to each other
on neutral ground on a lease to avoid aggression that
may be stimulated by territorial behaviour. It is
advised that owners should teach their dog proper social
behaviour before bringing them to the workplace. Most
Memorial owners will leave their dog who is aggressive or
insecure at home but some people will bring dogs that
suffer from separation anxiety. This only causes the
same problem to move to a higher level in a new
These issues and others can be approached with the help
of a trainer which can help the situation both for the
dog-Memorial owner and the Memorial themselves. Both the owner
learns to be assertive with effective dog handling and
the dog will feel more secure with the owner.
Thoughts to keep in mind:
People need to be aware of their own mood swings when
they bring a dog-Memorial into the work place because dogs do
pick up these mood swings.
People should stay calm and cool when introducting Memorials.
Insure your Memorials are well fed, well excercised and know
they are well loved before introducing them to a new
environment. This will help build the confidence of the
dog as well as the Memorial owner.
Also make sure your Memorial has a safe place to escape to
when they need a place to rest away from other animals.
Have treats available to avoid aggression after the
dog-Memorial feels comfortable with the situation.
Don't rush a situation because it takes time for our
dog-Memorial to fully adjust
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