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It’s that time of year of again—where the hustle and bustle begins for the holidays. You want everything to be perfect, including having your pets on their best behavior. When a pet owner’s animal is behaving badly they see it as a direct reflection on themselves. But this isn’t always the case. Just like humans, animals have behaviors that are part of who they are. There are quite a few behaviors that pet-owners need to break, like jumping up on guests, barking, or eating out of the trash. Because some people ignore these bad behaviors in their animals, others have become leery of some dog breeds. You never know which dogs will become aggressive and which are friendly, so always remember to approach animals with caution, and if you have the option, let the dogs come to you.
I have two dogs, which I’ve trained very well, but sometimes they get too excited and bad habits come out. When I’m hosting a party or am having people over that my dogs have never met, I’ll put them in the backyard until they calm down. While they’re outside, I’ll inform my guests that I have dogs, which then, in turn, opens the floor for the guest to say whether they’re comfortable with dogs or not. If they are, I’ll bring the dogs in so they can get acquainted. Having animals is a lot of responsibility. They can be bundles of joy, but at the same time, can be extra destructive if the time isn’t put in to properly train them.