How to STOP your dog barking/ lunging at visitors & dogs; aggression

http://thedogguardian.com/ Nigel Reed, The Dog Guardian demonstrates how to address your dog’s undesirable behaviours of barking at the door and dog on dog aggression in this demonstration video.

For more information on how to ensure your dog is happy and well behaved go to www.thedogguardian.com for details of the book, more videos, online dog training and behavioural courses. As well as group courses and talks.

We show you how to address all undesirable behaviour including pulling on the walk, jumping up at visitors, issues with food, separation anxiety, aggression to people, children and dogs, scared of fireworks loud noises, not listening, poor recall, over excited behaviour, bad manners and much more

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12 Responses

  1. Mary Emmons
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    Thank you!! I used this today on my Australian Shepherd Burmese Mountain mix dog. He is 2 years old and a rescue. I have only had him for a month and we watched it together. At one point he actually got up close to the tv when the GS was really barking. Thank you!!!

  2. Qiu Wen
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    Thanks for share this video. I have a GSP and same thing happen when I walk with him outside. I will try it.

  3. bluenetmarketing
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    Very excellent trainer. But I don't think it will work with Jack Russells. Jack Russells are nomads and explorers who want to bolt the first chance they get, to explore from here to kingdom come.

  4. Truth AtAnyCost
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    The way to get the beast to stop lunging @ ppl is to have the person SHOOT THE BEAST!!!!!

  5. ZOSO STAR
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    This is the correct way to train your Dog… Cheers…

  6. Annie Pilates Physical Therapist
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    Thanks for the help . Much needed for our rescued sharpit

  7. Hello Hello
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    Don't bend while you walk, you could trip & lose your balance & maybe step on your dog's feet. Always use 2 hands, one holding the loop & one holding it near the dog.

  8. Silly Fool
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    So from now on, if there is a thief come stealing, Jesse might help giving him what heĀ  needs.

  9. Snow Ball
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    Many years later. Jazz was able to write a book on his journey overcoming his fears. Who knows, that champ might appear on Ellen someday.

  10. Emma Rewinkel
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    Its not agression but insecurity

  11. Misty Blue
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    Great video

  12. hunterk1111
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    Really helpful video!

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