Introduce Aggressive Dogs to Guests/Strangers (In Home) | Majors Academy Dog Training

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Hey Individuals, below's a video revealing you guys how we introduce the human aggressive pets to visitors or complete strangers in the home. Several pet dogs become scared or aggressive when family, close friends or the mail male come over. This video clip discusses ways to deal with that situation with your dog. Keep in mind to take points sluggish and also do stagnate forward till your canine accepts or becomes comfy with the scenario.

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21 Comments on “Introduce Aggressive Dogs to Guests/Strangers (In Home) | Majors Academy Dog Training”

  1. I have a German shepherd she only goes crazy when people walk in the house on walks she’s awesome an out in public

  2. What’s with all the “uhs” and “ums” and moments of silence? If you don’t know what you’re going to say either edit it before posting or write a script. Poor narration. Moving on.

    1. Abbi Goose I would try and explain why for her its not good. She should have the option to be touched or not you know? Try keeping her away from people that won’t listen to you.

  3. My dog is fine with people coming into the house and then if they have been here a while and move to go to another room or outside he nips and barks.

    1. Yvonne Kass that just means you have to add more control for longer. Now you know his triggers so just anticipate them, intervene and help him learn that the behavior is unacceptable. Also keep him on leash while people are moving around. 🙂

    2. Majors Academy Dog Training and Rehabilitation it’s really hard to keep him on a leash or on a down stay when the person is staying with us for a few days. I worked with her and him for an hour. Her coming and going and rewarding accordingly. We also had him go to his place and rewarded him when he did so. I have a remote treat machine by the door and use it for marked behaviors. It makes a noise like a clicker and then dispenses the treats.

  4. What do you do if a chihuahua seems to be fine after a while, then THE moment a person moves or something he barks and even goes to nipping? I’m still in the process of training him and would like advice 🙂 He seems to be very scared due to his past (got him from the shelter)

    1. Angel W that means you will have to advocate during the circumstances those triggers are present. You will have to give the dog some sort or consequence when he does this to help him realize this is not right and the behavior it not necessary.

  5. I took my puppy from a dog foster home about a year ago. I love him to bits; he has a great personality, and I feel that he loves our family so much. BUT he barks and whines A LOT. . So, leaving home is always a challenge for us.
    My husband and I were thinking about taking him to ‘doggy school’, but then again, it’s extremely expensive, and the nearest ‘doggy school’ is far away from us. Maybe you have some advice? THANK YOU!!!!

    1. We had problems with our dog also. He used to bark and chew shoes, table etc when we were not at home. Both my husband and I work a lot and had no time to take our Bud to dog training classes. We asked one friend who works in foster care (he is always surrounded by dogs) what we should do. He recommended one online dog behavior trainer. I love this trainer http://bit.ly/2s3XuQF
      It helped us a lot, and I strongly recommend it for you.

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