Stop Dog Digging


There are a few reasons why dogs dig. Some dogs dig to escape, while others dig to bury food or toys. Some dogs dig out of boredom or frustration, while others dig to cool off.


Train your dog to "leave it" and "come." This will help you to redirect your dog's attention away from digging.


Provide your dog with plenty of exercise and mental stimulation. A tired dog is less likely to dig out of boredom.


This could be a sandbox or a small patch of dirt where your dog is allowed to dig.


Supervise your dog when they are outside. This will help you to catch them in the act of digging and redirect their attention. Fill in any holes that your dog digs as soon as possible. 


Here are some common mistakes to avoid when trying to stop dog digging:Punishing your dog. This will only make them more anxious and likely to dig.


Dog digging can be a frustrating problem, but there are a few things you can do to stop it. By providing your dog with plenty of exercise and mental stimulation, training them to "leave it" and come.

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