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In this video you will learn about why it is so important to teach dogs bite inhibition and also how to detect the warning signs of a dog bite or attack.
If someone says that a dog bit or attacked with no warning signs, well that simply isn’t true.
Dog bites and attacks are actually very very predictable, and very very avoidable when you know what to look for.
When something is happening to our dog or around our dog that is making them uncomfortable, they will give off warning signs.
Because we are humans who don’t naturally understand dog body language, it is very easy to miss these warning signs.
If we miss the warning signs, and continue to do what ever it is that the dog doesn’t like, and the dog bites us, then it is OUR FAULT!
It is not fair to get mad or angry at a dog for biting when they were asking us to stop and we didn’t.
Below is what I call the dog aggression ladder, and
Potty training your dog can be a frustrating task but patience and consistency can be great tools for a better potty training experience.
1) When you take your dog out to go to potty try taking them to the same spot.
This will help teach your dog that this is where they should go. After they do go, be sure to give them lots of praise and love to let them know they did a good thing.
2) Refrain from using pee pads they can be confusing to your dog.
Pee pads may lead to them peeing on the carpet or blankets. You should always make time to take them outside because you want to teach them to only go outside.
3) Puppy crates are a positive thing for your dog; it is like their room or den. It is their space!
Refrain from using the crate as a way to punish your pet. When they are in the crate be attentive to your dog watch for warning signs that they need to go out.
4) Accidents Happen! You should only scold or punish them if you catch them in the act.
Punishing your dog afterwards or rubbing their nose in their mess