Friday, January 20, 2012

What not to do when training your dog

11 comments:

Monstermom said...

I really enjoy your videos, and find them very helpful and informative. However, what if you have used intimidation with your dog, and therefore "ruined the relationship"? Do you consider such a situation unsalvageable, or do you have any tips on how to fix such a relationship? If you do, I'd greatly appreciate a video about that.

(Since I have, of course, been guilty of resorting to old school corrections with my dog...)

Melissa Jolene said...

Great video! Well said.

Monstermom, it's never to late to start positive training. You will be amazed at the changes in your dog. To crossover start by teaching something new and fun using the positive methods.

Lucky Animal said...

I think this is a good video.

Monstermom said...

Melissa Jolene, thank you for your support. Monster and I are crossovers by now, which is why I watch these videos (unfortunately I don't think the people who really need to know this find their way here...), I just get a little depressed at hearing things like "ruin the relationship" as this sounds horrible. I like to think there is hope for those of us who saw the light a bit later than optimal too...

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RC said...

Hello :)
I sometimes also raise my voice, but when I'm doing it I remember and correct. I try to change and in those moments when he made a huge blunder, I try to keep me calm so as not to ruin everything we have achieved so far.

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Laura said...

Great tips! Thanks. But what if the dog has a dog dog agression issue?

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