Visiting the veterinarian’s office can be a tense experience, for both the owner and the dog, especially if the environment has stressful associations and outcomes.
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Teach your dog that an open door is not an open invitation to the outside world.
What can you do with a young dog that climbs up on your lap, pawing at your face for attention? Teach him about your personal “bubble.”
Sometimes people are distracted when we talk to them, and don't notice that we have spoken. The same thing happens with our pets.
If your dog evades you and avoids being caught when you call him, here are two ways to teach him that coming right up to you is the best thing to do.
At least twice every day, there are more than 50 reinforcers in one place, reinforcers that we often forget to use—the dog’s dinner bowl.
Your dog needs to be alert and focused on you for learning to take place. Try this test before you start a training session. Click and drop treats at your feet.