Why this is useful for your dog to know: Some dogs go ballistic (barking, lunging and generally freaking out) on leash when they see something exciting or scary. Although a lot of dogs display reactive behavior, it can be embarrassing at best and dangerous at worst. Implementing this “look at that” training plan will help dogs stay calm and safe in these situations. End behavior: The dog will look at the trigger (whatever she is reactive toward) and then look back at the handler.
How much do you think your dog remembers about the day-to-day events in his life? Is his memory as good as yours, or is he only living in the moment? The a
Some dogs settle down simply by increasing daily physical exercise. For others, a more involved training plan may be needed.
Tweet Tweet Sometimes I forget to go back to the basics sometimes and discuss the importance of foundation building training. I assume too much prior knowledge due to my experience, for those please excuse me! Foundation training refers to the beginning of any training program. Your foundation is built in the beginning and relied on […]
It’s great to show our four-legged best friends how much we love them. But maybe hugging should be taken off the list.