Yes sometimes it becomes a problem for pets as they chase the cars and then they get hit by one . It is best to try to avoid this nasty habit in the first place by not encouraging him to chase. If your dog steals something from you do not chase after him, call him to you with the "come" command and when he comes to you reward him. This basic obedience training will do wonders for your dog. Teach your dog to only chase what he can bring back to you. Just about all dogs like to chase; it is in their nature , when they do this we can teach or command them or teach not to do so . Putting in an underground electric or above-ground fence is your best bet. But if this is not possible or you would like to have your dog out with you outside the fence, you can try using a shock collar with a hand-held control. When the dog chases after a car you shock him. Do not say the word "no" when you shock him. You want him to associate the car with the shock and not the word "no" with the shock or the dog will do it as soon as you are out of sight. Some people may think it is cruel to use a shock collar, but it is worse for the dog to get hit and run over by a car. Nothing is better than a fenced yard . it is seen that when a dog see something moving fast they start barking and start chasing the car Some dogs are so motivated to chase cars that they’ll even lie in wait at the side of the road or in a ditch and, as a car approaches, they’ll leap out to head it off. This is obviously a very dangerous pastime. Car chasers are often seriously injured or killed-typically not by the car they are chasing, but by one passing when the dog darts into the road. They can also cause serious auto accidents when drivers swerve to avoid them and are startled by their sudden appearance in the road. Even leashed dogs who are attracted to traffic can pose problems . If the dog starts to wander off the property, or the boundary you set for him, the special collar the dog is wearing shocks him. The dog soon learns his boundaries avoiding the shock, and he will soon learn not to chase cars as well. Use the collar as a training session. It is an effective method for stopping a dangerous habit.
Even street dogs run and chase the cars and even meet with accident so If the dog starts to wander off the property, or the boundary you set for him, the special collar the dog is wearing shocks him. The dog soon learns his boundaries avoiding the shock, and he will soon learn not to chase cars as well. Use the collar as a training session. It is an effective method for stopping a dangerous habit. So you need to train your pets not to chase the cars to avoid accidents . you should calm down the dog when it runs or barks at the cars . Especially dogs who hate noise, are afraid of the sound emitted by vehicles when they start off, while they’re on the move or when they see cars entering their compound. Dogs may consider these cars as invading the area which they feel rightfully belong to them. They may bark at them in an attempt to shoo them off. The barking may also be in an attempt to warn others of the proximity of the car. In their eyes the automobile may be an intruder. There are canines who have been injured by cars. They are once bitten, twice shy. On seeing cars, especially of the same shape and colour of the automobile which injured him/ her, he/ she barks in alarm.