In episode 56, Sean responds to a question from some listeners about how he approaches aggression cases. They had a bad experience with a trainer in their local area and want to know from Sean what sorts of things they should look for in a trainer that can help them solve some aggression issues with their dog. Sean goes over his preliminary assessment, the beginning of training and a couple of the biggest mistakes people make in working with aggression issues in their dogs.
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In this session:
Is solving an aggression case all about the right training technique?
What’s wrong with throwing treats to a dog that’s barking at you?
Are muzzles good or bad in training?
Details In this Session
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DETAILS IN THIS SESSION
- How intense is the behavior?
- What specifically triggers a dog
- What have the clients talked to their Vet about
- Systemic and Specific medical issues
- E-booklet on creating more structure
- Muzzle conditioning
The start of training
- Loose leash walking & approach and retreat
- Nervous system coaching
- Don’t just throw food at a dog that’s marking at you
- Don’t try to sooth or “talk a dog down” from being aggressive
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