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Old 11-01-2017, 10:22 PM   #61
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Tell him no and shush don't give him any attention tell he stops. When he stops pet him and tell him good boy. Don't get angry or mad about it just calmly wait for him to stop then pet him. What you are rewarding is him stopping. It will get annoying I'm sure but if you break your calmness so will they dog. They have a strong sense of our feeling

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From my understanding I should take him around other dogs and do what you said but with a muzzle on to prevent any biting. I found this muzzle that makes it look like the dog is smiling so that the other dogs owner is comfortable with their dog going around my dog.

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Old 11-01-2017, 10:25 PM   #62
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From my understanding I should take him around other dogs and do what you said but with a muzzle on to prevent any biting. I found this muzzle that makes it look like the dog is smiling so that the other dogs owner is comfortable with their dog going around my dog.

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See I always talk to him in a high pitched cheerful voice. And then when he doesn't listen I get a little deeper voice. Now researching I realize that is wrong. I should maintain a normal voice all the time unless I'm praising him for good behavior with a high pitch voice......right?

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Old 11-01-2017, 10:25 PM   #63
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From my understanding I should take him around other dogs and do what you said but with a muzzle on to prevent any biting. I found this muzzle that makes it look like the dog is smiling so that the other dogs owner is comfortable with their dog going around my dog.

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You can do it with a muzzle that would be alright. That's a good safety measure.

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Old 11-01-2017, 10:26 PM   #64
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See I always talk to him in a high pitched cheerful voice. And then when he doesn't listen I get a little deeper voice. Now researching I realize that is wrong. I should maintain a normal voice all the time unless I'm praising him for good behavior with a high pitch voice......right?

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Yes right. Dont change your voice unless he is behaving the way he should

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Old 11-01-2017, 10:28 PM   #65
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See I always talk to him in a high pitched cheerful voice. And then when he doesn't listen I get a little deeper voice. Now researching I realize that is wrong. I should maintain a normal voice all the time unless I'm praising him for good behavior with a high pitch voice......right?

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I've always talked to him with a high pitch voice because that's how I originally got him to trust me....but I realize now that using a deeper voice make him feel like he has let me down and I don't want to harm his self confidence

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Yes right. Dont change your voice unless he is behaving the way he should

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I've always talked to him with a high pitch voice because that's how I originally got him to trust me....but I realize now that using a deeper voice make him feel like he has let me down and I don't want to harm his self confidence

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Old 11-02-2017, 07:45 AM   #67
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I've always talked to him with a high pitch voice because that's how I originally got him to trust me....but I realize now that using a deeper voice make him feel like he has let me down and I don't want to harm his self confidence

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Just talk in an everyday voice the same as if you where talking to another person. When he does something talk to him in a high pitched voice.

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