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Decoding Destructive Dog Behavior



Dog who made a mess

Dogs can engage in various types of destructive behavior, especially if they are bored, anxious, or not properly trained. Some common destructive behaviors in dogs include:


1. Chewing on furniture, shoes, or other household items

2. Digging up the yard

3. Excessive barking

4. Scratching, or clawing at doors or walls

5. Aggression towards people or other animals.


Pheromones, such as UnRuffled Pets® Pheromones, can help create a sense of security and reduce anxiety in dogs.


Note that pheromone treatments typically need to be used repeatedly to have a lasting effect. The benefits of pheromones are not permanent, so regular use is necessary to maintain their calming effect on dogs. Note that UnRuffled Pets® Pheromone collars and diffusers have a lasting effect.


By diffusing these pheromones into the environment, it can help dogs feel more relaxed and less likely to engage in destructive behaviors.


It's important to note that while pheromones can be helpful, they may not completely eliminate destructive behavior and should be used in conjunction with proper training and environmental enrichment to prevent or address these behaviors.

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