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(Episode #99 – replay ep. 12) How to Quiet Your Dog’s Warning Bark & Why Dogs May Misbehave More With Women.

Aug 11, 2021 | Dog Behavior, Dog Communication, Dogs, Episode, Guest Speakers

Full Show Notes.

Introduction Timestamps: 00:00 – 01:15

Segment 1: 1:18 – 3:06

Sometimes, someone has got to step in between others to avoid a fight. It may be your dog that does this. I’ll explain this dog signal called “splitting” and reveal how you can use this behavior yourself to calm your dog.

Segment 2: 3:09 – 16:09

Plus, just as Superman would lose his powers when exposed to Kryptonite, there are certain things women and some men, do around their dogs that can act like kryptonite and strip their powers away. Camilla Gray-Nelson, dog trainer and author, of Lipstick and the Leash: Dog Training a Woman’s way, is back for part two of her interview and explains what women, unknowingly do that results in their dogs not listening to them. Once aware of what to avoid, women will again be empowered resulting in better behavior from their dogs.

Find out if you may be letting your dog get away with too much on the companion blog for this episode.

Segment 3: 16:11 – 20:30

Then, learning to identify your dog’s warning bark, and how to effectively respond to it, will increase the chances that your dog will quiet down rather than bark even more.

 Resources for this episode.

Camilla Gray-Nelson.

Camilla Gray-Nelson’s website.

Camilla’s blog: Dog Talk Diva.

How to order Lipstick and the Leash: Dog Training a Woman’s way.

book cover, Lipstick and the Leash

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