How to break a dog's bad habits?

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March, 25 2014

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Every dog has his own character and habits. Sometimes, bad habits should be broken over time. If you do not break their bad habits at an early age, it will become more difficult to keep a dog in the house in the future. How can you break your dog's bad habits?

Most dogs love chewing. They chew everything that they find on the ground or in the house. This habit can be dangerous for both you and your four-feet friend. First of all, you will need to purchase something that will substitute for things your dog chews. For example, you can purchase toys, balls or tugs. 
Endless barking is also a bad habit of dogs. If you need to make your dog stop barking, you will need a bottle filled with water. If your dog proceeds with barking spray the water on him. 
People often complain that their dogs beg for food. The best way to stop this is not to let this happen. Never feed your dog when you are at the table. It is better to put your dog in a different room while you are having a meal otherwise your dog will start jumping, barking and will even try to steal the food from the table.