Overreliance on treats might condition your dog to only respond to food and nothing else.
Even a few minutes of exposure to high temperatures inside a car can be harmful for your dog.
Dogs only correlate on-the-spot punishment with a behavior. Being angry afterwards at them would just confuse them.
In the same way that humans differ in their incentive preferences, dogs do as well. Some may like a belly rub, while others would prefer to play with a ball.
Dogs can be poisoned by bleach and ammonia, two common household cleaning agents. If they walk on a wet floor, for example, they can take in the toxins through their paws.
Dogs, like humans, should always use a seat belt. In the same way, for the same reasons. So there's no reason for this.
Telling your dog to play and make friends might be frustrating. You don't know, therefore introduce him to leashed dogs first.
Typically, this indicates separation anxiety and has nothing to do with retribution.
In addition to creating a terrible habit, you risk feeding your dog something he or she shouldn't consume.
Using food to show your dog affection can backfire. There are alternative ways to love your dog and prevent obesity.
Telling your dog "don't do this again" and lecturing them rarely works. Dogs respond to simple, on-the-spot stimuli, good or bad.