Do you have a dog that barks a little? A lot? In my experience, there are very few things more frustrating than a barking dog!
“My dog barks at everything! The neighbors are starting to complain. We even went so far as to buy a shock collar!”
Wouldn’t it be awesome if your dog didn’t go beserk every time someone knocks? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s one of the most common problems and I can show you how to correct it with no force and no intimidation.
If you have a dog who is fearful, you know how hard it can be. I will explain why this happens and show you how easily it can be corrected.
Wish your dog didn’t embarrass you when company stops by and jumps all over your guests? Knocks little kids down? Grandma?
Mark Twain was known to have said, “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” If you’ve ever had an aggressive dog, that saying makes complete sense! Typically, we have two types of aggression: Dominant and Fearful. They can manifest themselves in much the same manner but they are vastly different.
“A dog is one of the remaining reasons why some people can be persuaded to go for a walk.” ~O.A. Battistan
I was walking the other day and saw a man walking a fairly big dog towards me, well actually the dog was walking the man! I was instantly reminded of Newton’s Third Law of Motion. You remember the one: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. As hard as this poor man was pulling backwards, his big boy was pulling forward!
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