Do you have a dog that darts out doorways or from the crate? What about the car? This can be a dangerous behavior, but boundary training can help.
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Do you have a dog that is reactive to other dogs during walks (growling, barking, or lunging)? Many owners struggle with this issue and need some immediate tools.
Whether or not a family signs up for formal dog training, the dog still needs to wear equipment for identification and safety reasons.
I recommend to clients that they keep training treats in containers all around the house, especially in rooms they use often.
When is your dog totally “into” you? When you come home from being out and you walk through your door!
If you live in an apartment, getting out of the building can be a challenge—especially for dogs that get excited.
Let your dog sniff!
When you bring your new puppy or dog home, teach him to sit whenever he approaches you or other people. Keep treats in your pocket and randomly ask for the sit.