Lack of control over feeding and going out schedules

The same as us, that are submitted, in a higher or lower measure, to a daily routine related to schedules, it is convenient to rest in the fact that the dog is an animal of habits to establish, on a rigid way, schedules to destine his going out exclusively for his needs, going out for exercising and for the dispensation of his meals.

Suffering or not the dog from this problem, the ideal is that he has schedules established for his meals, independently from the number of these during the day.

So much to the schedules as of the quantity of food that the animal could dispose of must be stipulated by a veterinary, in function of the characteristics of the exemplary, the ideal kind of food, as its quantity and daily distribution of doses each time. This last is of great importance overall in the first stages of the dog's life.

As a general rule, although with same exceptions, until their five or six months of age, the pup must dispose of three daily meals. To go on to two until his first year and, afterwards to only administer only one per day.

As an only exception to this rules, we should quote the case of the exemplars that manifest an hyperactive behavior, conditioned by the breed or for receiving an insufficient dose of daily exercising, not to talk of walking outside. In this particular case, it is convenient to increase the number of daily meals but, without varying the dose established by the veterinary as the amount of food that you should give the dog in a daily way.

Variation of components in the diet
It is not adequate for a dog that suffers of inconsistency to have access to different types of food, be it during the meal or in between them. This would only bring a series of digestive disarrangement that would only aggravate the problem of the dog, the uncontrolled sphincters. With the great variety of foods disposable for dogs in the market, that it is not necessary any other additional food.

If the dog suffers of continuous problems of control by the ingestion of food, when adding to the diet another series of it, not only will you be contributing to an unbalanced diet, due to many other problems, such as obesity, hepatic and renal malfunction, etc.

As a conclusion you should obtain the following: suffering or not from uncontrolled, the dog must have only and exclusively access to his own food. Human food can result for him very attractive, but, in some cases they can be very harmful to them. Mixing this indications your dog should have his digestive apparatus, working as a clock, this way the times of his needs will coincide with the time of his walks outside.

Dog Behaviorist Dog psychology Association power Conditioning Reflex Training and education Dog Fear Dog Aggressiveness Sensibility suppression Vehicles: excitement or fear Dog Hyperactivity Excessive barking Anxiety pattern Excessive biting Not enough exercise in relation to age and breed Lack of control over feeding and going out schedules Lack of self-confidence Lack of attention from the owners Agoraphobia Psychological pregnancy Pulling the leash excessively Ingestion of strange substances Destruction of gardens Bathing struggles