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Little Wolf
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How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Sat Jan 19, 2019 4:52 pm

Hi, everyone!
I have a female dog. She's a mongrel. I've had her for 3 years now. About a year ago, I adopted a small cihuahua. They seemed to get along pretty well. They play together, sleep together with me, but sometimes they fight over food or toy. One day, they got into a fight and the cihuahua sadly died of heart attack.
After that, my dog seemed to be more aggressive towards other dog. I adopted a new female mixed beagle and cihuahua into the family, it's been 3 months. They did not get along. I tried many things to make my older dog to get calm and be more "social", just like dogs doing dog things.
Last week they got into a fight and the younger dog got broken bones. I already took her to the vet and get her surgery. But this leaves me into the desperate state. I started to get scared that my dog is dangerous. Has anyone know how to handle an aggressive dog?
Thank's in advance for your response

HPS Shannon
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby HPS Shannon » Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:28 pm

Little Wolf wrote:Hi, everyone!
I have a female dog. She's a mongrel. I've had her for 3 years now. About a year ago, I adopted a small cihuahua. They seemed to get along pretty well. They play together, sleep together with me, but sometimes they fight over food or toy. One day, they got into a fight and the cihuahua sadly died of heart attack.
After that, my dog seemed to be more aggressive towards other dog. I adopted a new female mixed beagle and cihuahua into the family, it's been 3 months. They did not get along. I tried many things to make my older dog to get calm and be more "social", just like dogs doing dog things.
Last week they got into a fight and the younger dog got broken bones. I already took her to the vet and get her surgery. But this leaves me into the desperate state. I started to get scared that my dog is dangerous. Has anyone know how to handle an aggressive dog?
Thank's in advance for your response


When you brought home the new dog, did you introduce them too quickly? Also, its unfortunate to say that some dogs will not get along with each other. It also deals with the temperament of the dog. Ive met cat who just dont get along with other cats.

Is the bigger dog naturally aggressive in general?

HailVictory88
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby HailVictory88 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 2:03 am

Does the dog have any of the pit bull-type breeds or Rottweiler in them? Those breeds can have unique problems with aggression and violence.

Little Wolf
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Tue Jan 22, 2019 2:30 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:
Little Wolf wrote:Hi, everyone!
I have a female dog. She's a mongrel. I've had her for 3 years now. About a year ago, I adopted a small cihuahua. They seemed to get along pretty well. They play together, sleep together with me, but sometimes they fight over food or toy. One day, they got into a fight and the cihuahua sadly died of heart attack.
After that, my dog seemed to be more aggressive towards other dog. I adopted a new female mixed beagle and cihuahua into the family, it's been 3 months. They did not get along. I tried many things to make my older dog to get calm and be more "social", just like dogs doing dog things.
Last week they got into a fight and the younger dog got broken bones. I already took her to the vet and get her surgery. But this leaves me into the desperate state. I started to get scared that my dog is dangerous. Has anyone know how to handle an aggressive dog?
Thank's in advance for your response


When you brought home the new dog, did you introduce them too quickly? Also, its unfortunate to say that some dogs will not get along with each other. It also deals with the temperament of the dog. Ive met cat who just dont get along with other cats.

Is the bigger dog naturally aggressive in general?


When I brought her home, I put her (the younger dog) in the yard, then I put her in a cage, but inside the house. I did research on how to handle aggrressive dogs, it worked for sometime, but still the older dogs attack when I start doing something and I did not watch them carefully.
I personally did not believe that dogs do not get along with each other because mammals are naturally live in packs. But after watching my dog like this, I can't lie to myself that I do have this scary feelings in my heart.
My dogs are aggressive towards cats, rats (she hunted pest rats in the house), she hunts lizards also sometimes. But with another dog, I would say she's just having social anxiety or something. She went well with the first cihuahua, the heart attack was unfortunate and an accident, I do not believe she tried to kill her. She did not even sleep in my room for weeks after the small cihuahua died. (We slept together in my room).

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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Tue Jan 22, 2019 5:08 pm

How would you feel if someone you don't know moved into your house one day and you couldn't do anything to stop them? Your home is your dog's home too, she is very protective of this.
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Malin_Baze » Tue Jan 22, 2019 5:38 pm

The dog must be anxious, about a new animal presence in the house. I think that the dogs need to be re-introduced to each other, this time carefully step-by-step to correct any agressive behaviour in the dog and show it that there is another way of reacting and being with the new family dogs: being calm and friendly around them (and not agressive).

If you ask me, I would suggest you to look into Cesar Milan's videos/books on how it is done. Have you looked into them?

Little Wolf
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Sun Apr 14, 2019 6:52 pm

Ol argedco luciftias wrote:How would you feel if someone you don't know moved into your house one day and you couldn't do anything to stop them? Your home is your dog's home too, she is very protective of this.


My dog does not bite people. I believe she understand that "humans" are basically just like her owner. She respects.
She only bites other dogs.
She usually just bark and if the guests calm down, she just sat down and calm down too

Little Wolf
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Sun Apr 14, 2019 6:58 pm

Malin_Baze wrote:The dog must be anxious, about a new animal presence in the house. I think that the dogs need to be re-introduced to each other, this time carefully step-by-step to correct any agressive behaviour in the dog and show it that there is another way of reacting and being with the new family dogs: being calm and friendly around them (and not agressive).

If you ask me, I would suggest you to look into Cesar Milan's videos/books on how it is done. Have you looked into them?


I did Cesar Millan marathon and it worked for a while. She was actually willing to share the home (not claiming anymore) but she's still claiming her favorit spot to hang.
I guess I push her to hard. after she is willing to share the home with her little sister, I push her to be "friends" with the younger dog but she refused
Now because they're relationship is minus I need to get even more slower introducing them anymore.
This has gone better so far, but I still saw the anxiety on my dog's face when the younger dog gets exciting and running around. My dog licked her face. That's a sign of anxiety and I know it will end up in aggression. So I still need more time before I can put them together again freely

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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:39 pm

Little Wolf wrote:
Ol argedco luciftias wrote:How would you feel if someone you don't know moved into your house one day and you couldn't do anything to stop them? Your home is your dog's home too, she is very protective of this.


My dog does not bite people. I believe she understand that "humans" are basically just like her owner. She respects.
She only bites other dogs.
She usually just bark and if the guests calm down, she just sat down and calm down too

That's what I mean, the other dog she doesn't know moved into her house and her territory was invaded.

Animals can feel people's energy. If people are happy dogs are happy, and if people are scared the dog is scared too and then it could be upset or bite. If she feels you being worried that the dogs won't have a happy meeting then that could make the dog more worried too.
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Little Wolf
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:53 am

Ol argedco luciftias wrote:
Little Wolf wrote:
Ol argedco luciftias wrote:How would you feel if someone you don't know moved into your house one day and you couldn't do anything to stop them? Your home is your dog's home too, she is very protective of this.


My dog does not bite people. I believe she understand that "humans" are basically just like her owner. She respects.
She only bites other dogs.
She usually just bark and if the guests calm down, she just sat down and calm down too

That's what I mean, the other dog she doesn't know moved into her house and her territory was invaded.

Animals can feel people's energy. If people are happy dogs are happy, and if people are scared the dog is scared too and then it could be upset or bite. If she feels you being worried that the dogs won't have a happy meeting then that could make the dog more worried too.


It's true. She's an alpha. The younger dog is kind of fancy her but scared of her. That's why she feel even more powerful

Sleepy
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Sleepy » Fri May 10, 2019 3:23 am

Little Wolf wrote:
Ol argedco luciftias wrote:
Little Wolf wrote:
My dog does not bite people. I believe she understand that "humans" are basically just like her owner. She respects.
She only bites other dogs.
She usually just bark and if the guests calm down, she just sat down and calm down too

That's what I mean, the other dog she doesn't know moved into her house and her territory was invaded.

Animals can feel people's energy. If people are happy dogs are happy, and if people are scared the dog is scared too and then it could be upset or bite. If she feels you being worried that the dogs won't have a happy meeting then that could make the dog more worried too.


It's true. She's an alpha. The younger dog is kind of fancy her but scared of her. That's why she feel even more powerful


Oh my god, please coming form an experienced dog trainer and one who has worked with and owns an “aggressive” dog

DO NOT FOLLOW CEASER MILLAN.

This man is a horrible human being and what he does to dogs is disgusting.

Corrective and dominance training can be extremely harmful to our pet.

I don’t even know where to start.

First off dogs can be very prone to same sex aggression and two females may be more likely to fight. Second off what you are describing is called resource guarding it is very normal in dogs and it a sign of insecurity.

Please never scruff, hit, pinch, or flank (that tsst this CM does) it is cruel and unnecessary.

I don’t know where you are currently with your situation but I’d start by managing the environment. No chews or toys left down, feeding in separate areas, just please do not support CM.

He shuts dogs down. He abuses dogs and has a team to set them off for good shows. Learn how to read a dogs body langue and rewatch that asshole.

The submissive dog is a shut down dog. His training represses dogs which can cause even more issues down the line.

Please look into Kikopop, Zak George, Karen Pyron, Susan Garret, Ian Dunbar

Look Into Humane methods, BAT, Counter conditioning, clicker training

Hell I’ll post again with links but I don’t want to lose this current comment.

Ceaser Millians dominance training is outdated, scientifically prove unnecessary, harsh and he’s a damn tv star before he’s an actual trainer.

Sleepy
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Sleepy » Fri May 10, 2019 3:44 am

Little Wolf wrote:
Malin_Baze wrote:The dog must be anxious, about a new animal presence in the house. I think that the dogs need to be re-introduced to each other, this time carefully step-by-step to correct any agressive behaviour in the dog and show it that there is another way of reacting and being with the new family dogs: being calm and friendly around them (and not agressive).

If you ask me, I would suggest you to look into Cesar Milan's videos/books on how it is done. Have you looked into them?


I did Cesar Millan marathon and it worked for a while. She was actually willing to share the home (not claiming anymore) but she's still claiming her favorit spot to hang.
I guess I push her to hard. after she is willing to share the home with her little sister, I push her to be "friends" with the younger dog but she refused
Now because they're relationship is minus I need to get even more slower introducing them anymore.
This has gone better so far, but I still saw the anxiety on my dog's face when the younger dog gets exciting and running around. My dog licked her face. That's a sign of anxiety and I know it will end up in aggression. So I still need more time before I can put them together again freely


Links
https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.huffpost ... 490176/amp

https://m.petmd.com/blogs/fullyvetted/2 ... illan-6741

http://beyondcesarmillan.weebly.com

https://www.clickertraining.com

http://www.urbandawgs.com/divided_profession.html

https://drsophiayin.com/videos/entry/co ... g_in_face/

^Great Video explanation

https://drsophiayin.com/philosophy/dominance/

Book recommendations

Don’t shoot the dog by Karen Pryor

Reaching the animal mind Karen Pryor
^^^great..no Amazing book^^^

Cautious Canine by Patrica McConnel

Mine! By Jean Donaldson
^a practical guide to resource guarding


I hope this was enough information, I can post more, videos included. I’ve considered making my own videos but am unsure even if I did if I could post them here for the safety of my identity.

Regardless please ask away if you have any questions.

Little Wolf
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Fri May 10, 2019 3:53 pm

Links
https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.huffpost ... 490176/amp

https://m.petmd.com/blogs/fullyvetted/2 ... illan-6741

http://beyondcesarmillan.weebly.com

https://www.clickertraining.com

http://www.urbandawgs.com/divided_profession.html

https://drsophiayin.com/videos/entry/co ... g_in_face/

^Great Video explanation

https://drsophiayin.com/philosophy/dominance/

Book recommendations

Don’t shoot the dog by Karen Pryor

Reaching the animal mind Karen Pryor
^^^great..no Amazing book^^^

Cautious Canine by Patrica McConnel

Mine! By Jean Donaldson
^a practical guide to resource guarding


I hope this was enough information, I can post more, videos included. I’ve considered making my own videos but am unsure even if I did if I could post them here for the safety of my identity.

Regardless please ask away if you have any questions.[/quote]

Thank you soo much! I've also been relearning my dog's personality and trying my best to respect that
She doesn't like to be pushed.
I'm separating them two but still letting them seeing each other. Sometimes I let them be free together in one place just to sit together and hang together. The aggressive behavior has reduced.
I really hope they can be sisters one day. They're all my children after all ❤

Sleepy
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Sleepy » Mon May 13, 2019 2:03 am

Little Wolf wrote:Thank you soo much! I've also been relearning my dog's personality and trying my best to respect that
She doesn't like to be pushed.
I'm separating them two but still letting them seeing each other. Sometimes I let them be free together in one place just to sit together and hang together. The aggressive behavior has reduced.
I really hope they can be sisters one day. They're all my children after all ❤


I’m sure she’ll come around, I adopted a young puppy that turned dog aggressive at 3 months old, with intense management now (3 years later) she is 100% trust worthy to be left with my other dogs and we have started trying to crack down more on strange dogs.

I can give you some pointers for your situation if you can answer a few questions for me

1)How old and what breed are your dogs?
2)How long has this been an issue?
3)What is your current routine with the dogs?
4)How often are they walked? Can they walk together?
5)Has punishment based training been used with them at any point?
6)What is your feeding routine?
7)Do you have other people in the house to help you?

Little Wolf
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Sun May 19, 2019 5:04 pm

Sleepy wrote:
Little Wolf wrote:
Ol argedco luciftias wrote:That's what I mean, the other dog she doesn't know moved into her house and her territory was invaded.

Animals can feel people's energy. If people are happy dogs are happy, and if people are scared the dog is scared too and then it could be upset or bite. If she feels you being worried that the dogs won't have a happy meeting then that could make the dog more worried too.


It's true. She's an alpha. The younger dog is kind of fancy her but scared of her. That's why she feel even more powerful


Oh my god, please coming form an experienced dog trainer and one who has worked with and owns an “aggressive” dog

DO NOT FOLLOW CEASER MILLAN.

This man is a horrible human being and what he does to dogs is disgusting.

Corrective and dominance training can be extremely harmful to our pet.

I don’t even know where to start.

First off dogs can be very prone to same sex aggression and two females may be more likely to fight. Second off what you are describing is called resource guarding it is very normal in dogs and it a sign of insecurity.

Please never scruff, hit, pinch, or flank (that tsst this CM does) it is cruel and unnecessary.

I don’t know where you are currently with your situation but I’d start by managing the environment. No chews or toys left down, feeding in separate areas, just please do not support CM.

He shuts dogs down. He abuses dogs and has a team to set them off for good shows. Learn how to read a dogs body langue and rewatch that asshole.

The submissive dog is a shut down dog. His training represses dogs which can cause even more issues down the line.

Please look into Kikopop, Zak George, Karen Pyron, Susan Garret, Ian Dunbar

Look Into Humane methods, BAT, Counter conditioning, clicker training

Hell I’ll post again with links but I don’t want to lose this current comment.

Ceaser Millians dominance training is outdated, scientifically prove unnecessary, harsh and he’s a damn tv star before he’s an actual trainer.


You're right. My dog is insecure and anxious. She's anxious around people and she doesn't like being in the crowd.

Little Wolf
Posts: 19

Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Sun May 19, 2019 5:18 pm

Sleepy wrote:
Little Wolf wrote:Thank you soo much! I've also been relearning my dog's personality and trying my best to respect that
She doesn't like to be pushed.
I'm separating them two but still letting them seeing each other. Sometimes I let them be free together in one place just to sit together and hang together. The aggressive behavior has reduced.
I really hope they can be sisters one day. They're all my children after all ❤


I’m sure she’ll come around, I adopted a young puppy that turned dog aggressive at 3 months old, with intense management now (3 years later) she is 100% trust worthy to be left with my other dogs and we have started trying to crack down more on strange dogs.

I can give you some pointers for your situation if you can answer a few questions for me

1)How old and what breed are your dogs?
2)How long has this been an issue?
3)What is your current routine with the dogs?
4)How often are they walked? Can they walk together?
5)Has punishment based training been used with them at any point?
6)What is your feeding routine?
7)Do you have other people in the house to help you?

1. 3 yrs old and she's a mixbreed. The younger one is also a mix cihuahua and beagle
2. Before this, my dog handle other dogs pretty well I guess, she used to live with her father, now separated. And she used to have little sister (died of accident)my mom got mad after the accident and she beated her. And now she's getting more anxious (this is my assumption). My dog (just call her M) and her new sister (just call her D), has been together since October
3. Now I put then together inside the house but I put one in a cage, if D is in the cage, then M is outside, and the other way around. They sleep together in my room. D is in a cage
4. They used to walk together but since my dog is getting more aggressive, they can't walk together anymore. I rarely get them walk. My country is one of the largest moslem country (they hate dogs). Now is the month or ramadhan. I did not take them outside at all. I'm afraid people are getting more religious at these kind of time
5. Punishment did not work at my dog. She's a stubborn. The more I punish the more she's being aggresive. I did punish like CM did in the past. Now I did not punish as much to make her calmer. If she attack, I just let her sleep outside of my room for a day or a couple of days.
6. I feed them twice a day in the morning and afternoon
7. I live with my mom and dad but they do not home all of the time. I take care of them most of the times
I've been seeking professional (a friend of mine). He sometimes trained police dogs but he's very busy and live quite far from my home. I'm currently just separating them that way (one in cage and one is not) until I see my dog calmer or until my friend have a time to visit them

Aquarius
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Aquarius » Sun May 19, 2019 8:47 pm

Little Wolf wrote:
Sleepy wrote:
Little Wolf wrote:Thank you soo much! I've also been relearning my dog's personality and trying my best to respect that
She doesn't like to be pushed.
I'm separating them two but still letting them seeing each other. Sometimes I let them be free together in one place just to sit together and hang together. The aggressive behavior has reduced.
I really hope they can be sisters one day. They're all my children after all ❤


I’m sure she’ll come around, I adopted a young puppy that turned dog aggressive at 3 months old, with intense management now (3 years later) she is 100% trust worthy to be left with my other dogs and we have started trying to crack down more on strange dogs.

I can give you some pointers for your situation if you can answer a few questions for me

1)How old and what breed are your dogs?
2)How long has this been an issue?
3)What is your current routine with the dogs?
4)How often are they walked? Can they walk together?
5)Has punishment based training been used with them at any point?
6)What is your feeding routine?
7)Do you have other people in the house to help you?

1. 3 yrs old and she's a mixbreed. The younger one is also a mix cihuahua and beagle
2. Before this, my dog handle other dogs pretty well I guess, she used to live with her father, now separated. And she used to have little sister (died of accident)my mom got mad after the accident and she beated her. And now she's getting more anxious (this is my assumption). My dog (just call her M) and her new sister (just call her D), has been together since October
3. Now I put then together inside the house but I put one in a cage, if D is in the cage, then M is outside, and the other way around. They sleep together in my room. D is in a cage
4. They used to walk together but since my dog is getting more aggressive, they can't walk together anymore. I rarely get them walk. My country is one of the largest moslem country (they hate dogs). Now is the month or ramadhan. I did not take them outside at all. I'm afraid people are getting more religious at these kind of time
5. Punishment did not work at my dog. She's a stubborn. The more I punish the more she's being aggresive. I did punish like CM did in the past. Now I did not punish as much to make her calmer. If she attack, I just let her sleep outside of my room for a day or a couple of days.
6. I feed them twice a day in the morning and afternoon
7. I live with my mom and dad but they do not home all of the time. I take care of them most of the times
I've been seeking professional (a friend of mine). He sometimes trained police dogs but he's very busy and live quite far from my home. I'm currently just separating them that way (one in cage and one is not) until I see my dog calmer or until my friend have a time to visit them
punishing is not the solution, what you need to do is praise her good behaviour with positive reinforcement. Punishing just makes the dog more anxious, and I bet that by punishing you hurt him.
Quando la Dea delle sventure mi abbracciò e spesso minacciò di schiacciarmi, la volontà di resistere crebbe, e infine quella volontà fu vittoriosa.

When the Goddess of trouble embraced me and often threatened to crush me, the will to resist grew, and at last that will was victorious.

Adolf Hitler

Little Wolf
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Re: How to handle aggrressive dog

Postby Little Wolf » Mon May 20, 2019 5:32 am

Aquarius wrote:
Little Wolf wrote:
Sleepy wrote:
I’m sure she’ll come around, I adopted a young puppy that turned dog aggressive at 3 months old, with intense management now (3 years later) she is 100% trust worthy to be left with my other dogs and we have started trying to crack down more on strange dogs.

I can give you some pointers for your situation if you can answer a few questions for me

1)How old and what breed are your dogs?
2)How long has this been an issue?
3)What is your current routine with the dogs?
4)How often are they walked? Can they walk together?
5)Has punishment based training been used with them at any point?
6)What is your feeding routine?
7)Do you have other people in the house to help you?

1. 3 yrs old and she's a mixbreed. The younger one is also a mix cihuahua and beagle
2. Before this, my dog handle other dogs pretty well I guess, she used to live with her father, now separated. And she used to have little sister (died of accident)my mom got mad after the accident and she beated her. And now she's getting more anxious (this is my assumption). My dog (just call her M) and her new sister (just call her D), has been together since October
3. Now I put then together inside the house but I put one in a cage, if D is in the cage, then M is outside, and the other way around. They sleep together in my room. D is in a cage
4. They used to walk together but since my dog is getting more aggressive, they can't walk together anymore. I rarely get them walk. My country is one of the largest moslem country (they hate dogs). Now is the month or ramadhan. I did not take them outside at all. I'm afraid people are getting more religious at these kind of time
5. Punishment did not work at my dog. She's a stubborn. The more I punish the more she's being aggresive. I did punish like CM did in the past. Now I did not punish as much to make her calmer. If she attack, I just let her sleep outside of my room for a day or a couple of days.
6. I feed them twice a day in the morning and afternoon
7. I live with my mom and dad but they do not home all of the time. I take care of them most of the times
I've been seeking professional (a friend of mine). He sometimes trained police dogs but he's very busy and live quite far from my home. I'm currently just separating them that way (one in cage and one is not) until I see my dog calmer or until my friend have a time to visit them
punishing is not the solution, what you need to do is praise her good behaviour with positive reinforcement. Punishing just makes the dog more anxious, and I bet that by punishing you hurt him.


I do both. I praise her when she is calm and good.


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