Dog Behavior

Do Dogs Recognise Unreliable People?

Dogs are known to consistently follow human pointing gestures. In a study conducted by

The  study, was questioning whether dogs “automatically” follow a persons pointers or were they flexibly adjust their behavior depending upon the reliability of the pointer, read more:

5 Reasons Dogs Get Into Disputes

5 Reasons Dogs Get Into Disputes

Dogs play, argue and sometimes they fight; some dogs more than others, no matter breed or background.

Establishing their role and relationship is important to dogs. They have to confirm every day. Dogs express their needs, wants and concerns in different ways. Often the other party may resist, resulting in an argument.

Here 5 reasons dogs get in disputes.

How your dog wants to be walked.

How your dog wants to be walked.

Every time you walk down the street, you’ll see at least one person being dragged by their dog. When the dog pulls, they pull back, and sometimes a full-on tug-of-war happens. It’s not a fun experience for either the dog or the person.

Unpleasant walks are one of the main reasons that people get a dog trainer, and many of my clients have a problem with it when they first hire me. Most trainers will tell you that it’s a reflex for a dog to pull on the leash, but the behavior goes much deeper than an involuntary response.