Barking, Digging and Chewing

Barking, digging and chewing can be signs of stress, particularly, if undertaken excessively or out of context. These coping strategies are a form of stress relief and can be a symptom or anxiety, depression or lack of mental stimulation, physical exercise or human contact.

Identifying the basis for these behaviours will provide a focused way to address them and help relive your dog’s stress levels.

Why does my dog bark and chew

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For training to correct Barking, Digging and Chewing for your dog please book a ONE 2 ONE Training session.


The Client Zone

As a client of The Dog Man you have exclusive, unlimited access to the Client Zone for 3 months from the start of your training package.

This includes:

  • Course Material
  • Training Notes and Plans
  • Behaviour Fact Sheets
  • Exclusive Training Tips and Advice
  • Personal Video Tuitions
  • Online Messaging with The Dog Man for Continued Support

The Client Zone is designed to aid you on your journey, providing invaluable reference material and refresher notes, giving you that extra support in between classes and following the completion of your course.


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