Though dogs can be extremely intelligent, they also have issues with their emotions. They are emotional creatures with a lot of fear and anxiety. That’s why you need to learn how to help your dog overcome some of these fears, so he can live
a happy life and not get scared all the time.
For example, if your dog has anxiety about loud noises, like fireworks or thunderstorms, you may want to try training him instead of using loud noises as the trigger for the anxiety. You could use a “noises” like knocking on the door to hear if someone is home or going in or outside to see if anyone is there. You could use music to calm down your dog.
If your dog doesn’t feel anxious
around loud noises and thunderstorms but still feels anxious around other things like small electric appliances or voices in the street, like traffic or construction workers talking loudly on motorcycles, then you might want to try this method:
The idea is that when your dog experiences an event that triggers his anxiety it usually makes him cross his leash and start growling at anything that gets too close. This kind of behavior is called “strange behaviour” and it’s normal for dogs without fear.
You can help your dog overcome his fear by teaching him that there are many triggers for strange behaviour – including sounds from people walking
by; animals playing; people talking; cars driving by; airplanes flying overhead; fireworks bursting into life over water – so he will eventually learn not to react so strongly anymore when something happens that scares him.
You can also teach your dog new tricks after checking in with him on what he does in his training sessions and watch what he does when you don’t pay attention in class: certain behaviour may become more acceptable if done at home or in private rather than during school time because it doesn’t affect other students. Additionally, dogs who are prone to strange behaviour are often less tolerant of pets being kept outside their own environment during chaotic times such as storms or thunderstorms because they don’t understand why their family members would want them sheltered indoors while they work outdoors through bad weather (while this behavior may not be considered strange behavior by other people).