Over the years Robin and I have seen so many dog owners trying to train their dogs like they were little, furry people. They communicate and react like humans and assume that their dog understands. When they don’t respond, our clients normally get mad or do the same thing again and often forcefully.
The problem is that dogs don’t communicate in the same manner as humans and can sometimes become fearful because of the methods we (humans) try to use to get them to understand us. We need to make sure that we talk to them in “their language”. When we do that, they will then respond to our requests.
Robin and I have a great dog training article on “Don’t Be a Bully and Still Train Your Dog” to start talking to your dog today. Trust us, the conversation will be great!