Learn Amazing Insights About How To Understand and Communicate With Your Dog!
End Your Frustration, Stress and Annoyance About Your Dog's Behavior Problems. Give Us Three Hours to Read "Dusty, Here!" and You Will Understand a Dog's Point of View!
Here's a Small Sample of New Insights You Will Discover:
- Are you aware that dogs of all breeds and personalities are constantly evaluating the status of their packs (of which YOU are a part)?
Dog packs have a certain hierarchy which must always be respected. There is no equality in a dog's social structure, and there can be only one leader.
- Have you ever heard of an "alpha leader"?
The alpha leader is in charge. An alpha leader, from a dog's point of view, is the leader of the pack. In a dog's world, earning your status and place in your pack structure is the natural order of things.
- Do you realize that a dog's point of view differs from yours?
Dogs do not communicate through verbiage as we do, but, rather, by watching and initiating body language and posturing.
- Do you know that dogs really want to please their human leaders (YOU)?
Dogs don't misbehave out of spite or other human motivations. They want to please their leaders, but sometimes their leaders don't lead; sometimes leaders confuse them with inconsistency in their commands and body language.
Â Plus, There Are More New Insights for You to Learn:
- Potty Training-Accidents happen. Housebreak your dog through consistency and persistency.
- Play Biting-Puppies nibble on each other as they play. Dog mothers allow play biting amongst the puppies; it's their natural way to interact and communicate. It's not appropriate when playing with humans.
- Jumping-This is a dominance-type behavior
- Heeling-Heeling is a technique whereby a dog walks properly beside his leader, with manners, on a leash. In a dog's view of the world, if s(he) is walking in front, s(he)-not you-is in charge.
- Digging-It's natural dog behavior. The smell of the earth is stimulating to dogs.
- Children-To a dog, a child is just a big puppy! Children need to know the do's and don'ts about interacting with dogs.
- Alpha leaders-Who's the leader of the pack? When the dog's with you, it better be you!
- Aggressive Behavior-Aggression isn't necessarily bad. There are several types of aggression in dogs, but in general aggressive dogs are more inclined to test their surroundings and environment (including humans, other dogs, and other pet