Are they usually temporary problems?
As the expert tells us, a behavior problem can be temporary if two conditions are met, mainly: first, that the motivation for that behavior is temporary (such as age) and, second, that the animal does not learn to perform that behavior. problem behavior. For example, when a puppy plays by biting, it may be a temporary problem because it is associated with a certain age, but it will be very important for the owner to teach the puppy to play with toys instead of biting so that the biting behavior really disappears. Another example would be aggressive behaviors that appear due to pain, which will disappear when the pain is properly treated.
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