Avoid dog socialization mistakes by letting your dog play with dogs of similar size and temperament. Never force dogs to interact.
Before you teach your dog how to socialize, make sure he follows commands. Then, start slowly when your dog is young and keep sessions short.
Training can modify dog aggression by desensitizing the dog to stimuli that pump adrenaline making them fearful, angry and out of control.
Keep your dog safe by teaching leave it, preventing dog fights, protecting your dog from heatstroke, and by feeding a healthy diet.
Dogs help students get better grades in college. Dogs teach responsibility, attention to detail, and help improve self-confidence.
Dog playdates are a great way to bond with your dog and give her opportunities to socialize with other dogs.
Survey shows pet parents say their dog has a better social life than they do. More than half say their dog has more friends.
Teach your puppy: Start with his name, socialization, potty training, basic commands, and his safe spaces.
When you introduce your dog to strangers, be sure to control the situation, reward good behavior, and keep interactions short.
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