Puppy Raising: Appropriate Corrections from Balanced Adult Dogs

Puppy Raising: Appropriate Corrections from Balanced Adult Dogs

**DISCLAIMER: The dogs shown correcting little Finn are well known by us, and very trustworthy not to attack or injured him in any way. This should not be allowed with adult dogs that have a history of resource guarding, aggression, or bites on another dog. **

This collection of clips shows appropriate corrections from balanced and trustworthy adult dogs. Whether this happens in the context of food, toys, or play, it is super valuable to allow adult dogs teach your puppy for you. If you don’t have other dogs find some role models for your pup!

Dog trainer Cameron Thompsen, owner of Home2K9 Dog Training, provides in-home dog training as well as Board and Train services in North County San Diego and the surrounding San Diego area. Cameron is an expert at confidently resolving bad dog behavior such as: dog aggression, human aggression, resource guarding, separation anxiety, fear, anxiety, leash aggression, leash reactivity, pulling on leash, jumping on people, counter surfing, stealing food, chewing, home destruction, barking, running away, growling, biting, cat aggression, and cat killing. Obedience training commands include: heel, sit, down, come, no, yes, good, okay, out, drop it and the place command. Cameron’s behavior modification program is performed with the application of low-level, e-collar, off-leash, advanced obedience training.

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