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Reactive dog

Discover effective training techniques to help your reactive dog overcome fear and aggression. Create a harmonious relationship with your furry friend by implementing positive reinforcement strategies.
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Before we dive into the 5 most common mistakes let’s discuss what a reactive dog is. ‘Reactive’ is a term commonly used to describe a variety of dog behaviors. For our purposes here let me tell you what we consider a reactive dog to be. Oftentimes dogs can be fearful, uncomfortable, and insecure about things. Those things can be other dogs, people, bicycles, balloons, flags etc. Some dogs can be unsettled by something and brush it off. Others feel so uncomfortable that it pushes them into a…

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Dogs are being called “reactive” when they lunge, bark, snap or growl at people or other animals.Reactivity in dogs should not be confused with aggression. The difference here is that these dogs are hypersensitive towards their environment and overreact to certain triggers.The behavior may look like aggression but it’s not. Reactive dogs are mostly driven by fear and feel trapped on a leash.  Dog Training | Reactive Dog | Aggression Dog Training Tips, Dog Training, Dog Grooming, People, Training, Dog Training Obedience, Dog Obedience, Best Dog Training, Dog Owners

Dogs are being called “reactive” when they lunge, bark, snap or growl at people or other animals.Reactivity in dogs should not be confused with aggression. The difference here is that these dogs are hypersensitive towards their environment and overreact to certain triggers.The behavior may look like aggression but it’s not. Reactive dogs are mostly driven by fear and feel trapped on a leash. Dog Training | Reactive Dog | Aggression

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Get a dog, they said. It'll be fun, they said. Think of all those great, social dog walks, they said. So why am I stumbling around a field at 4.30 in the morning? I've had a number of dogs over the years. All have had their distinct personalities, but all were fairly easy going, and liked meeting people and going to places. Owning a dog meant that people would sometimes smile as we walked past them in the street, children would come up and ask if they could fuss them, and our dogs loved all…

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