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The evening of my heel work session with Tinker had a twist: Tinker decided he would throw me a curve.
In his previous home, Tinker would begin to bark when the woman pulled into the driveway at day’s end and would not stop until she gave him attention and food. 477 more words
My interactions with Tinker up to this point have consisted of lots of recall practice, some practicing of the ‘down’ request (only because it was something he does naturally, so I though I would capitalize on it, but it isn’t something I would use with him outside of a very safe place), and time spent just hanging out together, allowing him to determine whether he would explore the room…or me. 747 more words
By Jeff Stallings, CPDT-KA
I recently fielded a call from the owner of a one-year old male German Shepherd who said that her dog had just shown aggression towards her and that she needed to “fix” his problem, pronto. 1,619 more words