Posted February 21, 2018 07:16:16 When dogs are running at large in a pack, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the task of keeping them separated from one another.
But with some training, you can take control of the environment to prevent the dogs from becoming a dangerous threat.
Here are the basics of how to train your dog to stay separated from a pack.
Keep your dogs on a leash.
A leash is the most basic form of dog protection.
If you have a dog who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or who is otherwise not comfortable with the thought of leash-sitting, a leash may be a good way to keep your dog safe.
It’s important to remember that dogs don’t always understand their surroundings, and that they may not always understand when someone is looking at them or where they are.
The best way to train a dog to keep their distance is by using verbal commands.
When your dog does something that triggers you to say something, you want to be able to say “I’m going to give this to your dog.”
If you do this, you’ll have your dog follow your verbal commands to stay separate from the other dogs on your property.
When you’re ready, let your dog go.
As long as you let your dogs go, your dog will learn to recognize the signs of danger and will respond appropriately.
If your dog is not being trained properly, he may become bored, angry, or even fearful.
A good rule of thumb is to train them to stay away from you until you tell them to go away.
If they do not, they’ll be able recognize the danger and avoid getting involved.
If a dog is still a problem, call the police.
Dogs should never be left alone in a car.
While it may be tempting to give your dog a safe place to be, that isn’t always a good idea.
If the situation is truly dangerous, a dog could be trapped, attacked, or killed.
Call the police if your dog appears to be acting aggressively or has a history of attacks or other issues.
If dogs can be trained to follow verbal commands, they can also be trained not to bark.
The key is to be aware of the danger before you let them go.
Dogs are unpredictable, so if you don’t keep them on a good leash, they may run into things they shouldn’t and run the risk of getting into trouble.
Be sure to get a dog leash.
It may seem like a lot of work to get your dog leash-trained, but it’s worth it.
You’ll be surprised how quickly your dog learns and grows into a good handler.