Modern Families Experience Stresses in Family Life with Canines

Modern Families Experience Stresses in Family Life with Canines from Sitdropstay

By: Sitdropstay  03-Apr-2013
Keywords: Dog Training, Pet Supplies, Dog Obedience

As much as it is very exciting, owning a pet could be very stressful for most modern families. George Lygidakis, SitDropStay Head Trainer and Director, talks about how unnecessary stresses could be prevented with the right attitude and dog training in Brisbane. March 7, 2013 – In a study conducted by animal researchers in Columbus, Ohio, it has been proven that families with a pet living in today’s decade tend to be more stressed out compared to those who lived earlier. Thirty percent of canine owners end up giving up their pets for the reason that they take too much time, work, and money to take care of and add to their daily burdens. Researchers from the Journal of the American Veterinary Medicine say that most people tend to let their emotions take over each time they bring an animal home. They forget about the responsibilities that come along with their purchase. This is supported by the fact that in the Ohio survey, majority of those who give up the dogs are married couples and those with kids. Sara Staats, a psychologist at the Ohio State University’s Newark Campus says that too many pet owners like their animals but are not willing to alter their lifestyle to properly take care of them. Having a canine can add to a family’s daily stresses if they do not know how to handle and control the animals well. Animal psychologists explain that the number of personal home relationships that become strained due to lack of understanding of animal training and behaviour has increased due to the busy lifestyles the modern world present them with. The solution to this is to invest in behavioural dog training in Brisbane at a dog’s early age. Canine behaviourist George Lygidakis of SitDropStay shares that canine issues frequently arise from unhealthy relationships with our dogs. He adds that when a canine’s instinctive needs are not met, “they can quickly develop behavioural problems.” According to George, while it helps if your pets undergo some training, it is our relationship, and the emotion and energy we share with them that is more important. In addition, professional intervention can also spare an owner from the frustration of living with an undisciplined and unbalanced dog. It is an investment that makes both the family’s and dogs life much happier and more peaceful. In order to get professional guidance, visit http://www.sitdropstay.com.au/ for more advice and information. About SitDropStay SitDropStay is a home dog training and dog behaviour company that offers a natural, and holistic approach in dealing with canines. It is comprised of a team of experts that offer a tested and proven approach to both correcting unwanted behaviour and rehabilitating dogs with problems. The company guarantees clients with effective, immediate, and lasting results. They currently offer dog training in Adelaide, Canberra, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Melbourne, Byron Bay and Cairns. George Lygidakis, SitDropStay’s Head Trainer and Director is the featured Dog Behaviourist on the “All About Animals” TV show that is airing currently on Australia’s Foxtel and Commercial TV.

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