The benefits of strong leadership in dog training.

Dogsneed to know what is allowed, what is not allowed and what you want them to do. It is crucial for the physical and emotional development of your dog that he has clear boundaries and rules. Don't be afraid to be a good strong leader for your dog. Being strong with him is not about getting physical with him. You can always be firm but kind. To be the leader your dog needs doesn't mean forcing him to do what you want. It means control of resources and establishing boundaries. The better your dog understands that you are the lovable person in their life who can give them what they want, the more you will be able to shape their character and the more well behaved they will be. As a firm leader you will be able to rid your dog more quickly of problematic behavior. Here are somebasic ideasany good dog leader must understand.

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