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Mar 26, 2013
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Get a muzzle
by: Adam G. Katz

Here's what I advise:

1. Get a muzzle.

2. Teach the dog obedience exercises, so that she learns she must hold a sit-stay and down-stay, regardless of distractions.

3. Make her hold these commands (gradually) around more stimulating environments. If she shows aggression, correct her back into the sit-position. All while you're working with her or in public, she should be wearing the muzzle until you get her so that she's no longer showing the aggression.

4. Work boundary training exercises, which will quickly teach her what "No" means.

5 Use the "No" command if she shows any aggression.

Right now, she either doesn't understand what "No!" means; Or she doesn't trust that you'll keep her safe.

What you're going to want to do is: Buy and learn how to properly use the pinch collar. This will allow you to correct your dog in a manner that is meaningful. The choke chain collar is very difficult to give a motivational correction with. And it requires more "muscle" than I like.

The pinch (prong) collar is more like power steering.

Let the dog where a short leash attached to the collar, when you're in the house with her.

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Adam G. Katz is the author of, "Secrets of a Professional Dog Trainer!" -- which you can find at DogProblems.com
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