18 March 2021
You probably have no idea at this time. One example is that dogs can smell your feelings. They can sense if you are right now feeling anxious or somehow scared.
There are many other examples, you know that dogs can smell your emotions. It's not only in humans. Dogs also can understand their owner's emotions and can respond to them. If you're anxious, dogs can tell if you're feeling scared, happy, and so on.
But it's a little unclear how dogs can understand their owner's emotions. What's going on? Are they giving you their feedback? Is their owner letting them hear him or him speak? I know they respond to their owner's voice, but I'm not quite sure how to look into their faces to see if they're responding.
Sometimes dogs respond to their owner's sounds and sometimes they don't. What's going on? There's a lot of things we still don't know about this. However, dogs can perceive things better than we can. Dogs can react to your emotions and understand your intentions even before you say anything.
There are many instances where dogs follow their owner's intentions. The most common in humans are when a man leaves his home, his car, his home and his work. Then a dog will follow him.
Also, what is it that motivates dogs? Dogs are like people, sometimes they're just following. There are people who feed a dog and then it do what? That's the very reason why I'm talking about this. Why? I know it's important to have trust in your dog and love towards him, but sometimes there's no more reasons to tell your dog the things he want to do, he wants to do it himself. I'm talking about when he want to go home, he wants to go home and he have an anxiety. For me, it's not enough if I say he follows me and he wants to stay and he wants to sleep. And when he do it, I just say "it's okay" and if I don't say that, he do his thing and his thing will be his. That's it.
It's just a really crazy thing that dogs want to do what he want to do. It's crazy. Do you get me?
Now dogs can react to what they want to do. The reaction can be very strange, almost violent. The dog can be aggressive with his owner. It's very sad when you think of it. Well, it's sad when you think about it. I think it's sad because it's a really horrible thing to witness.
Dogs will protect what they want to protect, their owners, their property, some people, too. Dogs, as you probably know, are friendly, but they will react in a very hostile way to strangers, to other dogs. So what's a good thing to do? You know, what do you do when you want to stop your dog from attacking? You want to calm him down? You know, you can't. It's just a crazy thing. So, the first step to stop the aggression in your dog is to get your dog to stop.
The first step to stop dog aggression is to be a human being. You must act human. Act normal. Act like you're having a normal day in the office. Act like he's your buddy and not some crazy dog you're supposed to care for. Remember, dogs live in the moment. They live to please. You must not give them reason to cause you harm. If you find yourself in a situation where you find your dog biting, you must stop him. It doesn't matter if you're a male or female. What matters is you must stop him. If you can't do it, someone else must do it for you.
Now, if you can't stop your dog from doing what he wants to do, you have to get him to stop what he's doing. Do it by giving a command or by saying a command. But command or say command or whatever you do, you have to say the command or command or word, before he does what he wants to do. Not because he wants to obey the command, but because you want him to obey the command. The more you do it the faster he will obey.
Once you're ready, go ahead and get your dog to stop. Get him to stop by giving a command or command or word or command, and then stop him when he stops, or before he gets to what he wanted to do, and then praise him and give him a treat. You may not have to give him many treats. I don't know why you would. All it does is show him that you give him a treat for obeying. The treats will be good enough.
Now, when you're ready to stop dog aggression, once you get him to stop, say "Stop", wait for him to say "Stop" and then praise him for stopping and give him the treat. That's it. Now, if you do it right and don't give him a treat until he does it, he'll quickly learn that he doesn't get a treat for biting unless he lets go of the dog and does what the dog wants.