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  • Richard Chan

Trust and Self-Control

If you are constantly angry, upset, depressed, agitated, overreacting..., your dog will see you as someone who lacks self-control.

If you cannot keep yourself under control, how can you keep your dog under control?

Your dog wants to have a leader who can protect him from other reactive/aggressive dogs.

If you cannot even control your own dog-- how can you control other people's dogs?

How can your dog trust you if he does not believe that you can protect him from other dogs?

A good relationship with your dog needs to be built upon trust.

Start earning your dog's trust by having better control of yourself.


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