Dominant Dog. What to do?

For our loyal customers and those who joined us lately we created this FREE Newsletter, which you can subscribe for right here on this page! This is an alternative pages, our archive of all sent Newsletters for you not to miss something interesting, topical, life themes and discussions. Join us, learn everything you're interested in, get to know more about your dog's life and features and enjoy reading this intertaining, yet informative source!!

We'd like to pay your attention to the fact that we do not make any statements in this newsletter. We only share with you some points which were claimed by different dog experts and dog behaviourists. It's up to you whether to believe this article or not and whether to follow it. We respect your opinion and point of view and have no aim to let you down.

 

June 16, 2014

It is believed that some dogs are inclined to show their dominance. There is an opinion that this is a natural behaviour for every dog. Some dog owners say that dominant dogs become very stubborn and disobedient. What should owners do with their dominant pets? This is what dog experts suggest:

 

Control all meal times. Dog specialists state that it is necessary to introduce specific meal times. This will show your dog that he is fed by a person and this person will be accepted as a leader. Command your dog to sit in a firm and clear voice before meals. This will help him understand that you control the meals and you are the dominant person.

 

Reward your dog for good behavior. It is believed that it is necessary for every dog to differentiate between wrong and right and an owner is a person who is in charge of this task. Dog trainers say that if you encourage your dog, he will understand that he is on the right track!

 
 

 

Search for Pulling Dog Harness? Click here and order!