Expose everything applicable to the pet and the situations you may care about. Don’t forget about allergies and health problems that could have an impact.
Dog Trainer, immediately point out issues, explaining problems with dog behavior to the owner. For example, if the dog shows actions of dog dominance such as claiming something,
The holder must be made aware of what is actually happening. This is not just some sweet little annoyance, but the seed of a big problem with dog behavior!
Do not threaten the dog owner in any way or make him feel stupid. Be patient. Recognize that he called you because he knows the need for your insight and accepts it. Commend him, it takes courage to do that.
Dog owner, if your pet has some habits, never lie to a dog trainer. The trainer needs to know the nature of his reactions, particularly if your dog is violent or fearful. Otherwise, a bad dog bite can happen, and the results you are looking for may be delayed.
Speak to the dog trainer, dog owner. Do not become surly or rude with someone who seeks help. If you don’t follow her instructions and be consistent, don’t waste the time of the coach. If you’re not successful, don’t try to blame the trainer.
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