Why is this happening? (Management)
All because of hegemony. Please take a moment to explain this point. Dogs pack animals: meaning they are accustomed to a well-maintained environment. Within a group of dogs, each animal is assigned to the hierarchy (or “area”) of any other animal. Each animal recognizes other animals, meaning that it knows how to react under any conditions. (or retreat, push problem, or exercise to train in someone else’s garden, etc.). For your dog, the family environment is no different than preparing a dog pack.
The dog has appreciated every member of the house and has his own understanding of where such a condition is. This is where you get your attention. The dog looks at itself as the first totem on other household members’ social network, you get excited. If you have an exaggerated sense of your importance, you will be careless.
Why? Because sovereignty and aggression are the exclusive right of a higher animal.
The loser will not show aggression or act when dominated by a better animal. (the consequences will be terrible, and he knows it!). Asset protection is a classic example of robust behavior, only a higher-ranking dog (dog). Resource defense dominates. If obviously your dog is not the head of the family. The dog never dreams of trying to stop you from eating or playing. Because a lower class dog will always agree with what the top dogs (you and your family) say.
So how do I do it? The best cure for dominant and aggressive behavior is constant and frequent obedience. This underlines your authority over your dog. Just one fifteen minute session a day will make you realize that you are a manager. And that it is worth doing what you say. You can illustrate it by honoring it (with compliments and wonderful attitudes). To obey and distance yourself (to allow him “dead time” unless outside the house or in one room) for misconduct.
– If you are not sure you will do it yourself, you may want to consider asking a qualified dog handler for help.
– Think about your understanding of psychological therapy and communication. So you understand what you are trying to say. This will help you undermine any dominant behavior in the cradle and communicate your effective power.
– Regular workouts: Keep an accurate and productive obedience duration (only 15 minutes, maybe 2 or 3 a day).
Why doesn’t my dog want to be treated? Each dog has different control thresholds. Dogs are binoculars and the contents hug, kiss and hang on their shoulders. (this idea once again nods “I’m the President” for the dog, why many of them win). Those who are not used to physical contact from an early age are not used to physical contact. They will become nervous and excited if someone keeps trying to hug them.