Leadership Dog Training – Are You Being A Bad Leader? – Professional Dog Training Tips
In this video, we will talk about leadership dog training. There are a lot of misconceptions out there about “leadership” when it comes to dog training. The idea of being an “alpha” to your dog in the hierarchy of the household has been confused with your dog understanding that you're worth listening to. And that there are times when your dog must listen to you, for their safety and yours! This doesn't mean that you can be heavy handed with them, or that yelling louder is a good way to get them to do whatever it is that you want them to do. It's quite the opposite in fact. It's about being calm, clear, consistent and fair with them that will help you to develop a relationship with your dog. A relationship can seem like an abstract concept, but it's a truly important idea. It will allow you to do more with your dog and spend more time with them. All of this while knowing that they will listen to you each and every time you call them to “come here” or that they will sit and remain in a sitting position when someone approaches. We have spent many years helping more than 80,000 dogs to become well-behaved members of their families. In this video, we will discuss the simple ways that will help you to teach your dog that you're worth listening to.
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