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Aidi Behaviour Problems

Planning on owning an Aidi and would like to know all about the common Aidi behaviour traits.

Find out all about Aidi behaviour problems and traits to see if they are a good dog for you on this site.

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Aidi Behaviour Traits & Problems
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Aidi Behaviour Traits

The Aidi is a Medium Purebred pet that originates from the Guardian Dog group. Aidis are known for the following behavioural qualities: Alert, Energetic, Powerful, Protective, Sensitive. This dog is quite energetic and needs regular exercise and play. Generally speaking, their behaviour is good with children and they are not good at adjusting to new environments and surroundings. Aidis generally don't interact well with other dogs, however this can be worked with adequate training and socialisation from puppyhood. They are not the easiest dogs to train, and may be difficult for first time dog owners.


Herding Dog Behaviour Problems

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The typical herding pet behaviour problems include:

  • Monotony and lack of stimulation can lead to damaging behaviour, problem barking, chewing and digging.
  • Herding behaviour might become a problem and be bothersome.
  • Nipping is rather natural for them, they may nip other animals or perhaps member of the family leaving agonizing, nasty bruises.
  • They have a habit of going after things like cars and trucks, bikes and skateboards, this can end up being very unsafe.


Hound Dog Behaviour Problems

The common hound dog behaviour problems consist of:

  • Its rather typical for them to not come when called, they are not as naturally obedient compared to other groups.
  • They have dominance concerns, an example of this is their excessive leash pulling.
  • Sometimes they can be exceptionally timid or afraid.
  • They are understood to have excessive barking issues.


Sporting Dog Behaviour Problems

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The typical hound dog behaviour problems include:

  • They are known for having severe energy levels, if you aren’t extremely active these pets may not be suitable for you.
  • They tend to dig a lot of holes.
  • Going after other pets and animals might end up being a problem and it can be tough to stop them.
  • They frequently are constantly attempting to get attention, and this might end up being extreme.



Non-Sporting Dog Behaviour Problems

The common non-sporting canine behaviour problems include:

  • Loud, extreme barking can be a huge issue, particularly when they are alone.
  • They are typically harder to potty train.


Terrier Dog Behaviour Problems

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The common terrier pet behaviour problems consist of:

  • These dogs can typically be stubborn and will not constantly come when called.
  • They can have extreme barking and vocalizing problems, if not effectively trained.
  • Often they can have separation anxiety if alone for long periods at a time.
  • They can be rather frenetic over the leading bursts of energy.


Toy Dog Behaviour Problems

The typical toy canine behaviour issues consist of:

  • These pets can be rather aggressive despite their little size; nevertheless, this is primarily towards strangers.
  • They can be rather yappy and have excessive barking problems. vocalizing problems, if not properly trained.
  • They are understood for pleading for your food when you’re eating
  • They can be extremely destructive diggers when they are bored.


Working Dog Behaviour Problems

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The common working pet behaviour problems consist of:

  • These pets can be excessively territorial and protective over their owner and home.
  • If you do not appropriately train them, they will see themselves as the master and will not listen to you.
  • They can play a bit rough often, and you might require to look out for other smaller sized family pets or young kids.
  • They may tend to jump up but this can be repaired with sufficient obedience training.



Lost A Pet

What to do if you lose your Aidi?

Losing your Aidi pet can be traumatic both for you and your Aidi. Follow these tips to help reunite with your Aidi quicker.

1. Report your lost family pet details on the Pet Reunite Lost & Found site here.

2. Post on Local Lost Pets Facebook Groups Here.

3. Call your local vet clinics to see if anyone has actually handed in your missing out on family pet.

4. Contact the RSPCA or check out the RSPCA Lost Pets website.

5. Contact your regional animal shelters, find yours here.

Report A Found Pet

What to do if you find a lost Aidi?

It can be rather stressful when you find a lost Aidi pet or any pet that does not have any ID tag with the owner’s information. Follow these suggestions to assist reunite a lost Aidi with their owner.

1. Report the found family pet information on the Pet Reunite Lost & Found site here.

2. Post on Local Lost Pets Facebook Groups Here.

3. Take the pet to your nearby veterinarian to see if they can scan the microchip and discover the owner.

4. Take the pet to your local animal shelter, discover yours here.

5. Call your local council to collect the lost animal.

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How to use Lost & Found Pet Groups on Facebook?

Nowadays, lots of owners are reuniting with their lost animals through Lost & Found Pet Groups on Facebook. If you’re uncertain how to utilize it, whether you lost a family pet or discovered an animal, here are some useful suggestions to get you started.

1. Find your local Lost & Found Pet Groups and join as a lot of them as you can, find yours here.

2. Post the lost or discovered pet details on all the groups you joined, ensure to consist of photos.

3. Keep an eye out for any replies or others posting about the very same pet.

4. If someone posts about your missing pet or the pet you found make sure to get in contact with them ASAP.


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