Training Your Dominant Dog Before Someone Gets Hurt

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Training Your Dominant Dog Before Someone Gets Hurt – The Keyword Here is Before, right!!!

Do you have one of those dogs that makes going for a walk extremely unpleasant? You know, the dog that is the most wonderful dog in the world, but somehow turns into a freakasoid when they see another dog coming toward them on the street. You start looking for escape routes so to avoid danger and embarrassment.

Maybe you’ve tried over and over to correct this by using different training techniques or different walking collars or tools. Nothing has worked. You’re ready to just give up and ban him to the yard forever.

It could be that the reason your dog has this behavior out on the walk is because the relationship at home is out of balance. The dog’s tendency is toward pack behavior, so they are either a leader or a follower. Survival is their main agenda, so if they are the leader, their job is protect the pack at all costs. And they will decide what constitutes a danger to the pack. After all, they are in charge.

This dominant dog behavior often comes out more to the forefront when outside of their surroundings, that is, the walk.

I’ve seen different methods throughout the years that are supposed to help make the walk more pleasant. Some are harsh methods, some are more gentle and many that seem quite ineffective. I know, I’ve tried several.

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Many different training methods will start working once you have become the pack leader in your home. Dan can show you how to do that through the 5 Golden Rules he teaches. And they aren’t hard to put into place right away. I like it because it is all online, so you can go at your own pace, working through one issue at a time.

Here are a few training tricks that will help you decrease that dominant dog behavior when another dog is approaching while on your walk. You have to have re-established that you are the pack leader though before these will work.

Food distractions: This approach can really work with some food hounds! The key is this: use it as a distraction. Do not reward your dog after they have lunged towards the oncoming dog. Use amazing food, such as chicken or cheese. Not their usual biscuits!

Take it slowly: Do not expect miracles overnight. Unless you’ve just put the pack leader rules in place! Often pushing things too fast will result in it going wrong, but going slowly builds confidence.

Master the walk: Make sure that you’ve gotten control of your dog’s walking before you meet the oncoming dog. If you need to consider a device other than a flat collar to achieve this then do so.

Stay focused on what you want: It’s easy to get sucked into following your dog’s behavior but remember that you need to continue to show your dog exactly how you want them to behave.

Be ready to step in: Stay focused on the best result but be ready to step in and quickly guide your dog away or gently tug or correct them. Once you’ve done this remember to relax immediately afterwards.

Understanding and working with your dog’s natural instincts can make the whole process much smoother.

If you want to watch a great video of two dogs playing at being dominant and submissive then check this video out.

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