Many believe that England is a land of dog lovers and one of the most popular and popular animals among domestic animals is in this country. Of course, accepting this is not very difficult because dogs are naturally social animals and easily connect with humans and live with them. The friendship and friendship of the dog with humans can be quite real and tangible, for example, friendship with a goldfish can only be imaginatively possible.
But on the other hand, such a relationship costs friends too. Dogs, and sometimes their owners, expect to have intimate relationships with each other, and this will provide space for misunderstanding and mutual distress.
Comparing the behavior of dogs and cats can be helpful in explaining this issue. Although the ability to recognize cats is like dogs, their intrinsic desire to create social relationships is not like dogs. Cats are usually home to a separate place. They live in their own way and do not behave according to the wishes of their owner.
For example, the owner of a cat should not expect his loved one from the owner; the cats react only if they are taken into consideration. Also, there is no self-imposed and unobtrusive obedience. For example, the cat owner should always take care of the food on the kitchen table; otherwise, the consequences of this negligence should be accepted.
Instead, dogs constantly express their love for their owners. Dog owners often look at their dog as almost a human being from the family (Wilbur, 1976), and they also expect their dog to accept social responsibilities for joining the family. For this reason, many of these people may be angry with frying their animals on a table-top food.
Consequently, as stated above, the high incidence of behavioral problems in dogs should not be overwhelming. In an experiment conducted at the Small Animal Education Clinic of the Royal College of Veterinary Medicine, Dick (UK), in which 50 non-selective dog owners participated, it was found that 10 of the dogs from these dogs had completely troublesome behaviors (such as Invasion of people). 30 other collisions also have some less important behavioral problems, such as emotion and early rage against people or fear of vacuum cleaners. Were afflicted.
Only 10 livestock owners said that their dogs had good behavior. In other studies, which were conducted with the collaboration of more owners (1500-350) separately by Hoopt 2 in 1976 and Wilber 3 in 1976, it turned out that about 42 to 25 percent of these people were aware of their dogs’ behavioral problems. The difference in percentages is probably due to differences in existing definitions of behavioral problems.
Behavioral problems in their most serious form can be a threat to dog life. Because only intolerable death is recommended for her only compassionate death. In addition, there are many behavioral problems that the tolerance of the owner of the livelihood clearly affects their quality of life or the dog itself. There are many families who have stopped having a guest at home because of their irritable and aggressive behavior, or leaving with a dog who bites or does not behave in a destructive manner.
Such imposition may be surprising to others, but there are many reasons for these people to continue to do so. In a 1981 interview with dog owners and cats with behavioral problems, Wuyoute 4 observed that the most common reason for this was the feeling of being close and dependent on the animal.
Of course, it is important to note that most of the problems in these animals are only a small part of their usual activities, and most often they are loved and loved animals. One day, the owner of an overactive dog, who was constantly barking, explained his complicated situation: “I sometimes think that I can no longer tolerate these conditions, but when I imagine that I am sitting with my dog in the veterinary office waiting for the injection of a lethal drug, I find it. I can not do that. ”
Another reason why these people endure their troubled dog is to feel responsible and guilty of livestock behaviors. Among the owners of the troubled dogs is the view that “there is no dog and there are only bad owners” is very common, and most often they repeat this statement in their own words. They have been looking for dog-behaved behaviors in the present and past, and they always find themselves in a sense of guilt.
In this situation, there is always the opinion of others. In our society, as well as criticizing the way children are educated, it is also circulating in other circles about getting rid of others about the method of raising and feeding pets. One of the results of the desire to blame people for their animal behavior is that the person believes that his dog’s behavior is due to his mistakes, so he has to live with it. Many of the owners of the troubled dogs are alone with their problem, and some of them go to subordinate classes or to educators, and only a small percentage of them consult with veterinarian doctors.
Perhaps knowing that in the last 10 years veterinarians did not have any professional expertise in the treatment of animal behavior problems, it was not surprising, but there were many veterinarians who, according to the case, had useful content, and the reason is simple because They had seen and studied many dogs and had a lot of experience.
لورم ایپسوم متن ساختگی با تولید سادگی نامفهوم از صنعت چاپ و با استفاده از طراحان گرافیک است. چاپگرها و متون بلکه روزنامه و مجله در ستون و سطرآنچنان که لازم است و برای شرایط فعلی تکنولوژی مورد نیاز و کاربردهای متنوع با هدف بهبود ابزارهای کاربردی می باشد.