Dog Behavior Problems

Dog behavior problems are those things you want your dog to STOP doing. See the words and signals you can use to get your dog to stop doing something very specific — like stop biting, stop chewing, stop unrolling toilet paper rolls, stop barking, stop jumping, etc. Dog moms and veterinarians share their personal and professional dog training tips that work best for problem dog behaviors and dog aggression. If everything else you’ve tried has failed… start here!

Dog doesn't like being left alone? Here's how to help a dog with separation anxiety! See the causes, treatments, and ways to keep your dog calm when alone.


Here's the best way to stop your dog from barking when the doorbell rings. See how to desensitize your dog to the doorbell. See how it's done in this video.


Have you been dealing with some bad dog behaviors lately? Is your dog causing you a lot of frustration and heartache? Here's how to prevent and correct your dog's bad habits.

Got a new dog? Even just a few dog obedience classes can make a world of difference! Here's how to find a professional dog trainer in your area, along with an overview of the different dog training methods commonly used.

With the many different methods, types, and styles of dog training, dog training problems can inevitably result -- depending on which one you choose and the breed and personality of your dog. Here's how to find the right dog obedience training method for you and your dog.


Got a jumping dog? Tired of your dog jumping up on you every time you -- or someone else -- walks through your door? This video shows how to train your dog to stay down you will have a much calmer dog when you or guests arrive at your home.

I'm so thrilled that I have an established relationship with a dog trainer that I trust now. So much so, that I would feel comfortable calling her again in the future with anything that might come up. I see Suzy Godsey's over-the-phone dog training session as a great way to get back on track with your dog and to ultimately change any behavior your dog is doing that is causing more harm than good.


Why do dogs eat grass? Some say it's your dog's way of getting their veggies. Even the vet will tell you, it's perfectly normal for your dog to eat grass on occasion. But I try to keep my dogs from munching on grass. Here's why...