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Treatment of others plants halting chewing other novels included 16045 a level that barely or does not elicit a response. This video depicts what goes on a lot of hospitals and with groomers; however, at the vet hospital the staff is generally much more skilled how they restrain the dog. Generally vets know from experience that a dog handled this manner remains difficult to handle or gets worse. This dog becomes aggressive when I blow his face. Then I start to countercondition. Usually I would blow softly enough he wouldn't snarl, but for video purposes, I blow hard enough to just make him start to growl snarl. Watch to if he gets better or worse. This dog improves greatly just 5 minutes. the end, he thinks the blowing is a good thing. Note that if I had only given him 5 treats or done 5 repetitions, impression would have been that he didn't get better. fact, if I went way over his threshold and stimulated him to growl a lot, I might even think I made him worse due to the food When performing this technique you must perform enough repetitions to a change. Ideally you stay just below the threshold that makes the dog fearful or aggressive. One definition of leadership is the ability to influence individual to perform behavior they would not otherwise perform. By that definition, pet owners do need to develop leadership skills. However we have a choice of leadership style. We can lead by force like a dictator such as Muammar Qaddafi or by providing goals or rewards the follows want, such as Mahatma Ghandi. Schools of marketing and leadership recommend against the dictatorial, coercive style of leadership and encourage methods of leading that motivate humans through positive methods. A similar approach should be used with animals. Instead of using coercion we can learn to lead like a leader a dance. When partners dance as a couple, one leads and the other follows. The leader's job is to decide ahead of time which steps to perform and then guide his partner a clear manner that the partner CAN follow. Partners who have to shout out the steps or who yank their follower around 't make the cut. With animals the approach is similar. If we set rules and have a clear picture of what we want, then we can consistently convey this information to the animal through our body language and perfectly timed rewards. When learning to lead our pets, it is essential to realize that it's important to reward desired behaviors consistently but it's equally important to remove rewards for unwanted behavior immediately. This combination is essential if the animal is to learn to behave ONLY the desired ways. It is also essential to stick to this plan until the good behavior becomes a habit. It's important to realize that positive does not mean permissive. Regardless of which species you're dealing with there must be rules and guidelines for behavior. Rule 1: The animal should respect your personal space and enter when given permission. That is, dogs should not jump on people unless the humans have solicited jumping, horses and goats should not walk over your toes or or push you with their heads, parrots should not fly and land on your head and walk all over you like you're a jungle gym. Instead pets animals should ask for permission for your attention and everything else they want by sitting or standing quietly and calmly and focus on you. It's up to the humans to pay attention and reward this polite behavior. Rule 2: The overall goal is to train your pet to respond to your cues command to, for instance, come, lie down, walk nicely on leash, the first time you ask