If I were to make a listing of all of the dog behaviors I like it would most likely be fairly long. A deliciously comfortable tail wag, a bow to solicit play, and a mushy sigh before resting their head in your lap would absolutely make the list. However, those are only a few of the numerous the explanation why canine deliver us immense pleasure each day. However, my list of canine behaviors that are not so favorable is slightly short. For me, like most, one of many few things on that checklist would surely be coprophagia. Coprophagia is the consumption of feces. This will embrace the feces of others as well as their own.
I appreciate this article. I think that she makes excellent, educated points. I am an educator and have read many books agreeing with them. Frankly, I am disappointed by the negative responses since we always have room to improve as parents. Saying good job creates children who do good things for approval, rather for their own gain and improvement. You are passing judgement on their work. Telling a child why something isn’t okay rather than saying no, helps children understand why the behavior needs to be stopped and prevents it from happening again. Understanding these points doesn’t weaken children, it strengthens them and helps them become independent thinkers and well-behaved children. There is nothing wrong with becoming a more informed parent.