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Stop Making Excuses

By Jason Wright

March 30, 2020

Be A Leader

Dedicate the time needed to improve your dog’s behaviour and stop making excuses.

Your dog relies on you as their leader. So be one and guide your dog through life appropriately to make him strong, confident, happy and calm.

Give your dog what he needs and NO that isn’t a ton of cuddles, spoiling him, avoiding though situations, allowing him to react or act aggressively and making excuses for it. It’s working him through everything you can and strengthening that state of mind through clear communication and proper leadership.

Can’t give your dog what he needs? Too lazy? Life in the way? Well, there are sure there are a ton of families out there who are willing to do what you were supposed to in the first place.

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