Client Cures Door Aggression Issue In 30 Days

 


In this video, Judith, one of my clients sent in a video of her dog BEFORE she started using my training techniques for reprogramming dogs negative emotions... and then sent in a video of the dog's progress after she'd completed half of the training program.

Make sure you watch the whole thing all the way to the end, because it's a perfect example of how YOU can turn any of your dog's hyperactive or aggressive behavior into a calm relaxed response anytime they get bothered when someone comes to your door.

If you'd like to take your dog through the exact same training program that Judith took her dog through in the above video, click here:

8 Weeks To A Dream Dog

Enjoy!

Chet

P.S. I'm rewarding Judith with a $100 petsmart giftcard as a way of thanking her for sending in this video!

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Comments

  1. Beth says:

    I love this video! It definitely gives me hope that with enough patience and consistency I can master successful dog training as well! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. charlene kirby says:

    When i saw that video w/judith’s dog. i was so impressed!! my Dob/shep & my beagle which the beagle is so stuborn ive tried everything to keep them away from ponding on door when someone comes then i have to deal w/them poncing on people after.i applound Judith 🙂

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  3. I own a Doberman female, very hyper activity when let out in house, runs wild won’t listen. I need to know what or how to go about training her approp. so I can let her be out in my home. She is 9mo’s old. She has went through a puppy training class when she was 3mo’s. She knows commands but continues with being a wild child.. I don’t want to yell and constantly tell her to come with no prevail, I retreive her and she listens for a min. then returns to wild behavior. thanks

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  4. Looks relevant, what about security issues-an intruder ect, can the dog be conditioned to JUDGE ??

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    Chet Reply:

    Man, security/attack dogs are not my speciality… that’s a whole other type of training. I would ask someone who understands that type of training.

    For me personally, I train a one bark so my dog barks at everyone once, and then goes to his bed. That way I hear that someone is there, but it’s not annoying. I believe Karon Pryor has a cheap little video on her website that shows how to do this if that’s all you’re interested in.

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  5. Debbie Manos says:

    my dog will attack my grandbaby’s clothes if the baby comes near me or my husband when we are sitting down. Can this training stop that kind of behavior?

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    Chet Reply:

    This type of training absolutely can stop that type of behavior. The type of training your problem requires is something I call “toddler proofing” your dog. And you can absolutely condition a dog to be OK with interacting with children — Just don’t do anything that puts your child in danger.

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  6. Annie says:

    Chet,
    Great video. I have taken your “8 weeks to a Dream Dog” course. I have noticed a great improvement in my dog, HOWEVER….. she still barks incessively at the front door when someone approaches. My little gal is a Miniature Schnauzer, they are natural talkers. What else can I do????

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    Chet Reply:

    It’s all about turning the person approaching your door into a cue to do an alternative behavior ie. go to their mat or bed. You know you’ve done it enough when the dog starts to look at you for direction or rewards when strangers approach.

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  7. Staci says:

    Nice video! One thing I noticed was a Manners Minder sitting next to the door. Was this something Judith (or you) used in the training?? If not was it something that was previously tried without results??

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    Chet Reply:

    I suggest the manners minder in my 8 Weeks To A Dream Dog Program, so I’m guessing she got it as part of the program and used it like I teach to… but I’m only guessing.

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  8. my dog will attack my grandbaby’s clothes if the baby comes near me or my husband when we are sitting down. Can this training stop that kind of behavior?

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  9. Pamela Denlinger says:

    I have a smooth coated Border Collie that is well trained EXCEPT for doof aggression/property aggression. He is a super dog that does agility courses, swims in the ocean, plays on the beach with people and other dogs beautifully. Walks on our bike trail with no aggression whatsoever. I can take him shopping and in new situations. What I cannot do is train him to let someone in our home or come up our walk. He rushes the door and jumps 3 feet plus straight up barking wildly. If someone comes in he will charge ankle/shin area and bite. He does not do this to family members, even those who don’t live with us but visit. Is it time for a professional?

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