In dogs, just as with humans, there are 4 major factors that determine behavior. Genetics (what is in mom and dads genes), exposure (what have they been exposed or hidden from?), the environment (what has been going on around them), and education (learning better behavior patterns are what humans and dogs should always do).
How many of these do you control when you invite a new four-legged addition to your home? The obvious answer is three. What mom, dad, and the grandparents had in their DNA is probably beyond your control. This is why you give maximum effort to the other 3 and give your new best friend to best chance to succeed.
This comes with practice. Unfortunately, in our lives we don’t “practice” dog training. We may be faced with the opportunity once every decade and a half. Dennis Danskin deals with this every day of his life and believes that personal, humane dog training in YOUR environment is essential. Please call him for a free in-home visit at (702) 327-4744.