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Tips on How to Socialize Your Hokkaido Inu


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The Hokkaido Inu, also known as the Ainu Dog or Hatsu-Bonsai, is a lovely and lovable dog. They got their name from the place where they actually originate from. Since then, this special breed of dog has been safeguarding this breed with tremendous love and dedication. This is why many foreigners come to Japan to get the purest form of dog there.

Genetic Abnormalities With The Original Hokkaido

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There are various genetic abnormalities with the original Hokkaido inu but the good thing is that there are ways to prevent them or even fix them if they are already present. One of the common abnormalities is the Hokkaido inu’s double fur. This means that not only does the animal shed its fur yet again, it also has two coats of fur. This can be really dirty at times and it can also be matted. Some dogs seem to have difficulties maintaining their coats and some have even acquired collie eye anomalies.

Getting Your Pet Pigeons Or Doves Home Safely

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If you are thinking of getting a Hokkaido inu and want to raise it up like a family pet, it would really help if you have a strong sense of responsibility towards the well being of other beings. This is because you would be taking care of a dog that is not as strong as you are. A strong sense of responsibility would also mean having a strong sense of intuition. This is one way of knowing that your canine partner is emotionally stable and mentally stable. You should also be able to read between the lines and know whether your Hokkaido inu is showing signs of illness or not.

The first thing that you need to be careful with is a dog’s diet. Some dogs have acquired allergies through what they eat. These dogs are sometimes labeled as food allergic. You can consult a veterinarian or a vet specialist in charge of breeding if you want to breed your Hokkaido inu. A vet who specializes in canine health will be able to give you helpful information about the diet that your dog needs to stay healthy and fit.

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The next thing that you need to do is to socialize your Hokkaido inu to make it feel comfortable in the presence of other dogs. Socialization helps dogs understand how to interact with other animals. This is particularly important for Hokkaido inu since the breed usually exhibits hostile behavior toward other dogs. By socializing your dog during the early stages of life, it would be easier for you to handle any potential behavioral problems it may encounter later on in life.

It is also very important to keep in mind that dogs from certain breeds such as the Hokkaido inu are more likely to suffer from epilepsy compared to other dogs. Epilepsy is a condition where one of your dog’s nervous systems suddenly loses control. This can cause your dogs to become uncooperative and aggressive towards other dogs and people. There is still yet a lot of research regarding epilepsy in dogs. The best thing that you can do for your dog is to minimize its exposure to stressful situations. If possible, you should teach your dog how to behave properly in order not to be affected by epilepsy.

Conclusion

The last thing that you need to do to make your Hokkaido inu socialized is to practice hunting instincts with it. You can train your dog to be friendly to other dogs and humans by letting it go into parks and letting it be around other dogs. This will help your Hokkaido inu develop a friendly nature towards other animals and people. Through socialization, training, and nurturing, your dog will learn to be content just being a pet without developing hunting instincts.

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