Dog Training: How to Introduce Your Dog to Another in Ten Easy Steps
Make a plan to walk together for at least thirty minutes when time permits and teach aggressive dogs a healthy way to get along and have a good relationship with other dogs that doesn’t involve a Mexican standoff. After the walk, the dogs don’t necessarily have to have “free time” to play as your walk simply gave the dogs the chance to get to know one another in a less stressful way. By now they should be a little more relaxed and more tolerate to each other’s company, just remember to keep the indoor environment as relaxed and mellow as possible.
With that, I hope you’ve learned how to better handle and understand how to work your dog aggressive four-legged friends through their challenges. Was this information useful to you? Feel free to leave a comment in how my advice bettered your dog, or as a question if you’d like or contact me at Jami@BestPaws-Abilities.com.
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