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Dog Possessiveness & Temperament

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ADVICE 418
The possessive temperament is a behavior problem that is more frequent in the dominant dogs and in some breed more than in the others.
ADVICE 419
It is more probable that the leaders of the flock decide to posses their toys, food bowl and resting-places more than the more submissive dogs.
ADVICE 420
Avoid fights with the possessive dogs by not giving them toys.
ADVICE 421
Treat this problem by taking your affection away from the dog, teaching the animal the basic orders once again and keeping it tied to a training leash.
THE GUARDIANSHIP & Possessiveness OF FOOD
ADVICE 422
The dog considers itself the leader of the flock and the leaders protect their belongings, they don't share them.
ADVICE 423
If you back up when your dog growls, it will know that this attitude is effective and this will encourage it to repeat it more frequently.
The solution
1. When you make this exercise, make a friend or a member of your family take the dog with a training leash. Don't let it eat before the exercise. Offer the dog some food not too delicious; for example, rice. Let the dog smell it.
2. While the dog looks, add some more food. Repeat the exercise every time you feed it and, days later, the dog will thank your visit to the food bowl.
THE GUARDIANSHIP & Possessiveness OF THE ARMCHAIR
The dominant dogs choose their resting places; it can choose the armchair and keep it along with its favorite toy.
ADVICE 424
You should never pull the collar of a dominant dog because you can be bitten.
Solution
Leave the training leash on the dog and you will have it controlled. Tell the dog to get off the armchair by saying, "get out" and offering it a food prize.
THE GUARDIANSHIP OF TOYS
ADVICE 425
Some dogs will guard their toys and won't let go of them. Avoid taking them away from the dog by pulling.
Solution
1. With the treat in one hand and a toy in the other, encourage the dog to bite the toy.
2. Give the dog the order "let go" and when it lets go of the toy, reward it saying "good" and giving it the food. Repeat the exercise right away giving the dog the toy and then ordering again "let go".
THE GUARDIANSHIP OF THE FAMILY
ADVICE 426
Even when people appreciate the security the dog brings, some of them are very possessive with their masters, especially if they are of the opposite gender.
Solution
ADVICE 427
If the dog is too possessive, put it on the leash in order to be able to domain it whenever you have visits.
Leave a piece of food so your visit can give it to the dog. When the visit comes in, order the dog to sit and remain quiet.
ADVICE 428
Tell the visitor to looking straight in the dog's eyes, to get down and offer the dog the food reward.

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