Most anti-social behaviors start during your dog’s early puppyhood. This can either be a result of abuse or a lack of proper training. Dogs who have limited access to other people and pets can also develop shy, antisocial characteristics.
Abuse or Mistreatment
Unfortunately, the number one cause of an antisocial dog stems from abuse or mistreatment.
Lack of Early Training
Puppies can be raging balls of energy and excitement. They can also be shy and scared. After all, they’re just beginning their lives. And let’s face it the world is big and scary.
Being Confirmed at Home
Many dog owners choose to shelter their canines from other people and animals. However, this is not the way to go about protecting your dog.
In this article, we’ll talk about why your dog might display these anti social antics and how you can help transform your pooch into a social butterfly.