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Sherry Nativo, a Certified Professional Dog Trainer with All About Training Dogs, reveals all of her puppy training tips and reactive dog strategies to help you with leash aggression, barking, biting, snappy and fear so you get an easy dog that you love to be with and take out. You get real life advice based on the science of positive reinforcement dog training that is safe and humane for all dogs. You’re not born knowing how to raise and train a dog, stop struggling and learn how to get the do… Continue Reading >>
Sherry Nativo, a Certified Professional Dog Trainer with All About Training Dogs, reveals all of her puppy training tips and reactive dog strategies to help you with leash aggression, barking, biting, snappy and fear so you get an easy dog that you love to be with and take out. You get real life advice based on the science of positive reinforcement dog training that is safe and humane for all dogs. You’re not born knowing how to raise and train a dog, stop struggling and learn how to get the dog of your dreams. << Show Less
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Should You Let Your Older Dog Correct Your Puppy? I heard a dog "behaviorist" say that it is perfectly normal to let an older dog correct a puppy. A correction would look like a growl, an air snap, a lip curl, etc to tell the puppy that he's crossed a boundary. She said that those behaviors are normal, but should you let your older dog correct your puppy? Could that cause aggression or reactivity? In this episode, you're going to learn what will happen if you let your older dog correct your new puppy and what the research says about this.   P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerking on the Leash, Yelling, or Getting Frustrated >>>Click the link in my bio to join the FREE MASTERCLASS + learn more about our Online Classes DM me and let's chat.
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Should You Let Your Older Dog Correct Your Puppy? I heard a dog "behaviorist" say that it is perfectly normal to let an older dog correct a puppy. A correction would look like a growl, an air snap, a lip curl, etc to tell the puppy that he's crossed a boundary. She said that those behaviors are normal, but should you let your older dog correct your puppy? Could that cause aggression or reactivity? In this episode, you're going to learn what will happen if you let your older dog correct your new puppy and what the research says about this.   P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerking on the Leash, Yelling, or Getting Frustrated >>>Click the link in my bio to join the FREE MASTERCLASS + learn more about our Online Classes DM me and let's chat.
Do Dogs Pee Out of Spite? Does it seem like your dog pees in your house because he’s mad at you?  I’ve heard a lot of clients say their dog peed in the house out of spite because the dog was mad or angry at them. But is that really the reason why a dog would pee in the house?  In this episode, we’re going to talk about 5 reasons why your dog is peeing in the house and what you can do.   P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerking on the Leash, Yelling or Getting Frustrated >>>Go to www.AllAboutTrainingDogsOnline.com  and sign up for the Free Masterclass.
Reactive Dog Training - 3 Reasons Why You're Not Getting the Result You Want Have you ever wondered why you’re not seeing enough progress with your reactive or leash aggressive dog? I get emails from people who tell me they’re doing all the things but they’re not seeing progress. Well, I’ve been doing this for over 12 years and there are only a few reasons that you’re not seeing the results you want. Today you’re going to learn 3 reasons why you’re not getting the results you want with your reactive dog.   P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerk the Leash, Yelling or Getting Frustrated >>>Click the link in my bio to join the FREE MASTERCLASS + learn more about our Online Classes DM me and let's chat.
9 Ways To Keep Your Dog Calm On The 4th of July One of the easiest ways to create fear is to be unprepared during the 4th of July. Fear and anxiety aren’t something a dog is born with, it’s something they develop if they are not properly introduced to it or prepared for it. If your dog isn't used to the sound of fireworks, the 4th of July can be a very stressful time. Dogs have much sharper hearing than humans, so the loud bangs and pops can be quite overwhelming and sound like a war zone. Today you’re going to learn 9 Tips to Keep Your Dog Calm on the 4th of July.   P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerk the Leash, Yelling or Getting Frustrated >>>Click the link in my bio to join the FREE MASTERCLASS + learn more about our Online Classes
How To Spot An Uneducated Dog Trainer “You’re the 3rd dog trainer we’ve hired.” Most people think all dog trainers are the same, but that couldn’t be the furthest thing from the truth. The Dog Training Industry is unregulated. That means education is not required. Your neighbor Billy can call himself a dog trainer tomorrow and claim that he knows how to train your dog. Even worse, most dog trainers learn from watching TV shows, not by reading the research and science. Don't waste your time, money, or your dog's well-being on an uneducated dog trainer.    P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerk the Leash, Yelling or Getting Frustrated >>>Click the link in my bio to join the FREE MASTERCLASS + learn more about our Online Classes
How Long Will It Take To Train A Dog? It's a common question, but one that doesn't have a short answer. Learn 9 tips to help you understand how long it will take to train your dog and what can make your training time longer.    P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerk the Leash, Yelling or Getting Frustrated >>>Click the link in my bio to join the FREE MASTERCLASS + learn more about our Online Classes
How Trigger Stacking Can Sabotage Your Training Have you ever wondered why your reactive dog can be calm some days, but over the top crazy on other days? Or maybe you notice that he's become reactive to everything, even things that didn’t bother him before. That could be because you’re exposing him to too many triggers. Today we’re going to talk about trigger stacking and how it can sabotage your hard work.   P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerk the Leash, Yelling or Getting Frustrated >>>Click the link in my bio to join the FREE MASTERCLASS + learn more about our Online Classes
Why I Don't Use Treats to Train Dogs I don't use treats to train dogs and I only use positive reinforcement. That's right. One of the biggest mistakes that dog owners make is focusing on the wrong thing and what this person saw when they made this comment was they thought they saw a bunch of treats, but I wasn't using any treats. I'm going to explain why I don't recommend using treats and what you should use instead.  *********************** P.S. Want to learn how to get a calm dog that listens? I am teaching some of my best strategies (for Free) inside my new masterclass: 3 Secrets To Get A Calm Dog That Listens Without Jerk the Leash, Yelling or Getting Frustrated Sign up at www.allabouttrainingdogsonline.com
How To Calm An Overly Excited Dog Your dog does not need hours of exercise to be calm, in fact, too much exercise can give him more energy. Today you're going to learn some tips to calm your overly excited dog and what will happen if you do nothing.
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