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A Shy Dog

When your dog is a fear-biter, you know he’s a likely candidate for euthanasia. Your shy dog may be so consumed by his insecurities that he can’t express his love for you in the free and giving way that is the essence of the human-dog connection. Your dog is trapped in his own fear just as surely as if he were confined to a stark and sterile cage 24 hours a day.

Your goals may be modest: You just want your dog to stop submissively urinating all over your shoes. areyou to be able to take your pet for a walk without him shaking violently in fear?. You’d like your dog to be willing to be petted by a friend.  You hope your dog will learn to play. You want to stop feeling that you have to explain to everyone who sees your dog that you’re really a nice person and haven’t beaten him; it’s honestly not your fault that he’s cringing and shivering with fear.

Maybe your dog’s shyness isn’t severe. for this he just doesn’t have the confidence to relax and enjoy life as a dog. You’d just like to increase his sense of security and playfulness.

On the bad days, it’s easy to believe the people who shake their heads and tell you that your dog is ruined because of the treatment he once received or because of his basic temperament. Don’t believe them! So any dog can transform from fearful to faithful, from terrified to terrific.

On the bad days, it’s easy to believe the people who shake their heads and tell you that your dog is ruined because of the treatment he once received or because of his basic temperament. Don’t believe them! So any dog can transform from fearful to faithful, from terrified to terrific.

Your dog’s life doesn’t have to be defined by his fears. This articl will provide you with specific, practical solutions to the problems faced by your timid dog. Following the methods outlined in this articl, your dog will turn into a great companion animal. Most of the advice in this articl won’t take an extra minute of your time. You’ll learn how to use your voice and body to allay his fears. You’ll know how to make your walks with your dog opportunities for him to heal (as well as “heel”). You’ll fknow  too how to pick a trainer who can make working with your dog a pleasure. You’ll also understand more about activities to do with your dog that will be fun for both of you.

In addition to providing practical advice for reshaping your dog’s behavior, this articl tells the stories of nine fearful dogs. Each of these dogs has a unique story. Each mastered some special accomplishments. Some dogs profiled went from fearful, cringing dogs to become “super dogs” boasting extraordinary accomplishments in obedience and agility competitions. These dogs are testimonials that, with love and some work, your dog can exceed your highest expectations.

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