My Dog Goes Crazy When We Meet Other Dogs

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“As long as there are no other dogs around, my dog Boo is great on leash. But my dog goes crazy when we meet other dogs.”

Her 85 pound black lab is almost the perfect dog until he sees another dog on a walk. That’s when she says that her dog goes crazy when he meets other dogs. He’s not aggressive he just doesn’t know his own strength. My dog pulls on leash with excitement to greet the other dog. He’s so strong it’s like he doesn’t even know I’m on the other end of the leash and it’s all I can do to keep from falling.

Her problem was her equipment. Because Debbie hadn’t done any obedience training with Boo around distractions, his flat buckle collar wasn’t providing her with any control when approaching other dogs.

Then we introduced Boo to the Gentle Leader. To Debbie, the difference was nothing short of miraculous! The most shocking improvement was how instantaneous the ease of handling was for her as she and Boo approached another dog. In this world of “fast fixes,” this was “instant calm and control” for Debbie.

It just couldn’t get any better than this.

Since this was so visual, I thought a video would allow you to better see the problem before and the solution afterwards and how much of a difference it made for Debbie.  Here’s your video:

So, come tell me on Facebook what you think?  I truly hope you found answers and hope for helping your dog.  Did you think the fix would be this easy? 

 “Together, We Can Raise a Happy and Obedient Dog”

 

Jim Burwell, Houston dog trainer for 25+ years, serving over 9000 clients, has a profound understanding of dog behavior and the many things, we as humans, do that influence that behavior – good or bad.  Jim has the ability to not only steer dogs and puppies down the right path but to also train the owners to understand their part in having a great dog. 

His Ground Rules for Great Dogs is your must have, easy step-by-step process to helping your dog. Be the dog owner your dog needs to be a great dog.  Ground Rules gets you there. Grab them now.

 

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