Am looking forward to training my new Lab I am just a little worried about what I should do in case I encounter behavioral aberrations

It is definitely better to be safe than sorry. You must be armed with the knowledge of what to do in case your Lab does show signs of behavioral abnormalities. The first thing to do is to arm yourself with knowledge about how to deal with behavioral problems. You can gather such information from books on animal behavior, a local kennel club, or breeding center.

You can tackle small and minor problems with the information that you glean from books. However, if the problem still persists and you find it going beyond your scope of knowledge, then consult an animal behaviorist. Of course make sure you contact the right person. In order to so, you must check out his references and credentials, too. The right person with qualities of patience and care will be able to handle behavioral problems of timidity, aggressiveness, excessive barking, howling, and so on.

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