People having trouble bringing their misbehaving under control may find it beneficial to seek professional advice.
A spokeswoman for the Pet Experience - which provides dog training and pet services - explained owners should look for help straight away if they are struggling to control their animal.
The expert observed many individuals tend to make the situation worse when they attempt to address the problem themselves, noting pooches often become more confused when their owners try different ways to prevent their disruptive actions.
"A good behaviourist will be able to give simple advice over the phone if they feel it is not serious enough to merit a visit," she stated.
The representative suggested there are a number of ways in which people might ensure they are looking after their four-legged friend as best they can.
From a health perspective, this could include the purchasing of or the setting up of a pet account.
The industry figure explained that while pet cover can ensure families are able to afford vet fees should their cuddly creature become ill or injured, the establishing of such an account - a savings fund that people pay money into on a monthly basis - means households have a contingency in place to protect against unexpected costs.
Owners with naughty dogs should seek professional advice
Tue, 28 Aug 2012
Recommended linksDog insurance guide
Dog insurance deals
Dog behavioural problems
Diet guide for puppies
Dog health guide
Dog food online
Owners should check their dogs for dental problems
Dogs to be Banned from Recreational Spaces and Parks
Safety Tips for Dogs Near Water
Overbreeding of Dogs Makes it Difficult to Tell which is the Oldest
Council Leads on Edinburgh Barking Dogs
The Reason why Dogs Yawn After their Owners
Dogs Get Ready for Dessert
Dogs Trust Raises Awareness for Easter
Parasite Affects many Dogs in the UK
Royal Mail Inquiry as to why Its Postal Workers are Being attacked by Dogs
Dogs can Be Our Best Friends
Dogs Enable Healthier Pregnancies
Five Reasons why Dogs can Outshine Boyfriends
Importance of Dental Health for Dogs
A Million Dogs in the UK are Aggressive
Dogs could Be Saved From Spinal Cord Injuries
We can learn a lot from dogs in the workplace
|RSPCA issues reminder not to leave dogs in cars as temperatures soar - Tue, 19 Jul 2016|
|Dogs saved from slaughter ahead of controversial Chinese festival - Mon, 20 Jun 2016|
|Detector dogs fail to find Class A drugs but find plenty of cheese and sausage - Thu, 14 Apr 2016|