Paw Pals, a Northern Virginia dog walking company, released a blog discussing why dogs begin marking in the house suddenly.
Online PR News – 12-April-2021 – Centreville, Virginia – Paw Pals, a Northern Virginia dog walking company, has recently released a new educational resource that focuses on explaining why dogs begin marking their territory in the house suddenly. The new article is guided by the dog training and walking experts at Paw Pals who have a thorough understanding of dog behavior and what can cause sudden changes in behavior. They have created this new blog in order to explain to dog owners what can cause their dog to begin marking territory in their house out of nowhere.
Paw Pals offers dog owners some valuable information that can help to explain why their pups are starting to mark their territory seemingly out of nowhere. In the article, they begin by explaining why dogs mark their territory in the first place and how this applies to your house. They go on to explain some reasons that can cause this change in behavior including instincts, social triggers, unfamiliar pet scents, new family members, anxiety, unfamiliar objects or additions, and more. They hope this information will help dog owners understand what could have caused this and how they can start to fix the behavior.
While this new article focuses on explaining the details of why dogs suddenly start marking their territory, Paw Pal's website provides more information regarding their team, experience, as well as a full list of service offerings. They offer dog and cat sitting and walking services as well as basic training for your beloved furry friends. Their team of caring and dedicated pet lovers promise to treat your pets as their own while ensuring they get the interaction and exercise they crave,
With the addition of this new article, the team at Paw Pals hopes that readers will have a better understanding of why dogs suddenly begin marking their territory and what they can do to start to fix this behavior. For more information, reach out to the dog behavior experts at Paw Pals today at 703-345-1695 or visit their website https://www.localpawpals.com/. Their offices are located at 14001-C Saint Germain Drive #213 in Centreville, VA 20121.