3 1/2# Aggressive Yorkie Spayed Female

I have a 18 month old tiny Yorkie 3 1/2 pounds. Prior to me getting my Yorkie I have 2 female toy poodles. The Yorkie does not like one of the Poodle's, She does not like for poodle to get around me, If she does she will start a fight with her, And lately all the Yorkie has to do is look at her and she will start growling and bearing teeth. Have tried to spank the Yorkie and tell her she is bad, Smack her with the fly swatter, place her in her carrier for time out or put her in the bathroom for an hour and nothing does any good. But after the fight is over with the Yorkie will go to poodle and love on her like nothing has happen. As far as the other poodle she does not challenge her. The other poodle can crawl all over me and it's ok. But she does not want the other poodle around me. I need a answer asap, Cause when they fight I am afraid one of them is going to get hurt. My other 2 poodles weigh 5 pounds each. Had the 2 poodles first and then got the Yorkie. The 2 poodles are 3 and 5 years old. The one that the Yorkie fights is the 3 year old. See attached picture of the poodles and Yorkie.
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May 03, 2018
Become The Pack Leader
by: Robert

Become The Pack Leader

Of all the questions that people ask "how to become the pack leader" is the big one! This is by far the most important question how to convince your dog that you are the person in charge. Think of the pack leader as the decision maker - where you should go on the walk, how to behave in different situations and how to respond to all the strange things that are out there.

When you understand how dogs packs work you soon realize the importance, that pack leader makes all the decisions. If you leave it up to your dog then there a big chance that your dog is going to get something’s very wrong and make a mistake!

In order to understand how to become the pack leader you must first recognize that the following means nothing to a dog….

What car you drive, the size of your house, the money you earn or the fact that you speak languages! Your dog would happily swap all of that for a nice snack!

Asking your dog to sit before her dinner falls a long way short of what you need to be achieving to become the pack leader and walking through doorways is only necessary when your dog is on the lead.

Lastly - dominating your dog is certainly not the way to become the pack leader in fact this can back fire badly on you later on if you teach your dog that physical strength is what it is all about. Whilst you may force your dog into submission it will not be convincing your dogs mind that you are worthy of the position and that you should become the pack leader only that you are a bit of a bully.

So how do you become the pack leader? All dogs worldwide, regardless of breed use the same ways to check to establish the pack leader. The best way to learn about how to put it into practice is to watch it being done on video as I have done through one of the video based web sites. The important areas to take control in are the following:

The pack leader will be in total calm control when your dog barks and alerts you to danger. This includes anything that your dog may perceive as dangerous and barks at in and around the property
On the walk your dog should not pull you at a single stage, even the beginning! Learning to walk your dog properly can only really be learnt through video as I have found out!

If you are the pack leader then your dog should be able to relax and switch off completely inside the house. If your dog is always switched on most of the time and can’t relax then that is your dog on pack leader duty!

Getting your dog to switch off is directly connected to how you meet and greet your dog after your return home. You need to watch it on video it is so subtle but it is the difference between being the pack leader or the follower.

Lastly, feeding your dog correctly will establish who is the pack leader and there is much more to it than asking your dog to sit! Also if you have a dog that is "not food motivated" then you may be in for a surprise!

There is one site that shows you – using video – exactly how to become the pack leader and how crucial it is to changing any behavioral issue.

If you want to understand more about this topic or see the videos that explain everything then simply take a look at:

The Online Dog Trainer here.

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