Dalesman Dog Psychology

The Guild of Dog Trainers

The Guild
of Dog Trainers

Member of Canine Behaviour Centre

What does love mean to your dog?

An extra helping of food

or

Keeping a healthy weight and a long walk in a new place

Another new toy to play with by himself

or

A game with him and you with the old toy

Being kept on the lead because he won’t return to you

or

Teaching recall so he can have freedom to enjoy running

Being protective with other dogs and not letting him mix

or

Teaching him to socialise with his own kind

Pamper and give in to his every demand

or

Giving him correction and reward at the right times, affection for the right reason, thereby creating respect  

The above will result in either:

Behavioural Problems, Health Problems, Anxiety and Stress for you both

or

Authority,  Respect and Happiness for you and him

Between a millionaire’s dog and a street person’s dog it is usually the latter whose dog is the happiest and most balanced.  Your dog doesn’t care what he looks like or whether he has the most expensive toys on the market;  he does care that he gets the right food, exercise, health care and training.

You know you love your dog but does your dog love you?  Visit the website to read further on this fascinating topic.

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