Tips for Taming Fierce Dogs

If it’s the first time you have a dog, making your dog a tame dog is actually not an easy matter. Need an introduction and training process so that your dog knows your figure and wants to play with you. Especially if the dog you are keeping is a wild dog species or difficult to tame. Here are some tips to tame fierce dogs.

1. Put the dog in the cage
For the initial stage of taming a dog, when your dog is not so friendly to the owner, you should put the dog in his cage or you can leave it tied to the shade of your shady house. Select an area that is quiet from the reach and pass by people, this is done to prevent fierce dogs from doing something about others. Let the dog bark at will for the first few days.


2. Allowing Hungry Dogs
Leaving a starving dog is actually not a good thing but to tame a fierce dog is needed that way. As long as your dog is tied or strapped, make sure that you don’t feed him for at least 2-3 days. This is done so that the dog becomes weak
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Tips for Caring for Pets Well and Properly

Check every year
This is important to know the health status of your pet. An annual examination is also the right time for your animal to get vaccinated, stool examination, and also a blood test to see if its internal organs are functioning properly.

Sterilization / castration
Sterilization / castration is very important to reduce the risk of your pet getting some types of cancer. Sterilization can reduce the stress level of your pet because they will lose the desire to mate, thereby reducing their risk of disappearing when they leave the house to find a partner or go home with injuries due to fighting with other animals.
Some  do not agree with sterilization because they feel sorry for their pets losing the ability to mate. Unlike the human view of sex, animals consider mating as an encouragement to breed for the survival of their species. They will not be confused if they lose their mating ability.


Healthy weight
Take care of your pet to always be in the ideal body weight. Too thin because of lack of nutrition or obesity because excessive feeding can cause hormonal imbalances, organ failure, skin problems, heart disease, joint problems, diabetes, etc. Discuss with
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