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Are You Allowing Your Dog To Free Roam?

By Jason Wright

January 20, 2020

What Free Roam Does To Your Dog

Freedom! Something that many owners allow too much of when it comes to dog ownership.
If you have a dog who is bratty, reactive to dogs, people or is constantly easily excited, you may just be making the problem worse by letting him free roam.

A good start to improving this behaviour is to set rules and boundaries and make them non-negotiable by continuously enforcing them.
This is the start of you becoming a leader and the end of poor behaviour in and out of your home.

iTrainK9 specializes in behaviour modification and rehab by educating the struggling dog owner and improving their dog’s state of mind and overall lifestyle.

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