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What Would Jeff Do? Dog Training Tip of the Day #29 Stop training an attack dog


– Hey everybody, how are you? It’s Jeff Gellman of Solid K9 Training with my, what would Jeff do, dog training tip of the day. Tip number 29. Stop holding your dog back at the front door or anywhere else. But let me give you a perfect example of what a lot of folks do is usually when somebody comes to the front door their dog is barking like crazy, they’ll grab the dogs flat buckle collar or whatever they’ve got on and they hold the dog back. It physically possibly works but what you’re doing is you’re actually getting the dog agitated and they’ll want to pull harder against the pressure. If you’ve ever seen a protection dogs or sport dogs that’s actually how we get them to bark and lunge and like, it looks like they’re about to kill somebody. It’s because we put leash pressure on them, whether it’s on a flat buckle collar or a harness, we hold them back, they get very, very frustrated and maybe we physically can remove them but trust me next time somebody comes to that door they’re going to work even harder. So that’s what I want you to do. Jeff Gellman of Solid K9 Training.What would Jeff do? Dog training tip of the day, tip number 29. Stop physically holding your dog back. What should you do? We’ve got videos on that as far as the place command and other things but I wanted to just give you a tip about what not to do. Madly in love with you. .


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