The Dog Cries to Obtain Attention or Food
- The dog cries to come in
- The dog cries when you are seated at the table
- The dog cries to be petted
- The dog cries his way into using the
- The dog cries to be by your side, etc...
The dog must earn your attention. The dog should never get your attention freely, whenever he wants it. When your dog approaches you to obtain affection or to play, ignore him for a few minutes to give him time to calm down. Give your dog a sequence of commands such as 'SIT - STAND - DOWN DON'T TOUCH - STAY'. Once your dog has properly executed your commands, he deserves your attention and your affection. The dog must always do something to earn your attention. 'Giving attention' doesn't necessarily mea n petting him for hours. To get maximum results from this program, two minutes of petting is enough. Each member of your family must honor this principle. Try giving your dog attention when he doesn't expect it. Dogs Quickly learn that crying and begging will get them everywhere. Manymake crying a full-time activity. Frequently, a family member will relent at the sight of a moisteyed, whining dog, and will feed him from the table If you give in to your dog just once, you have just turned control over to your dog. The same scenario will repeat itself when you want to put your dog in a cage, No matter what the situation is, any master who gives in to a crying, moaning dog is in for a lot of headaches! The dog will quickly construe that his pitiful look will give him anything he wants from his oversensitive master.
For your own good and that of your dog, it is essential to develop a resistance to the pathetic look of a manipulative dog. Whenever the dog tries to win you over with his pitiful look, you must be ready to tell him 'HEYI' with an assertive tone. Otherwise, your dog will become the master. He will become fat from eating table scraps. You will be unable to leave thewithout your dog; you will lose your , even your !.
So, as soon as the dog starts to cry and to give you the pitiful look, tell him 'HEY!' immediately with an assertive tone, and give him a SHORT SPRAY of, If he doesn't cry within the next few minutes, congratulate him with the SR 'SOUND + GOODI " so that he understands that he now displays acceptable behavior.
The dog must earn your attention. The dog should never get your attention freely, whenever he wants it. When your dog approaches you obtain affection or to play, ignore him for a few minutes to give him time to calm down. Give your dog a sequence of commands such as “SIT – STAND – DOWN – DON´T TOUCH - STAY”. Once your dog has properly executed your commands, he deserves your attention and your attention. “Giving attention” doesn´t necessarily mean petting him for hours To get maximum results from this program, two minutes of petting is enough. Each member of your family must honor this principle. Try giving your dog attention when he doesn’t expect it.
Note: If for any reason your dog’s cries persist, consult a veterinarian, as he could be suffering from some unknown ailment.
Dogs with such behavior need obedience training. Please consult Section 3 which explains all 10 obedience commands, and practice them every day. Give particular attention to the 'STAY" and 'PLACE' commands. We also suggest that you consult the section on the dog's place in the family.