Dogs with poor impulse control get into a lot of trouble.
Teaching your dog how to calmly move through life is one of the best ways to reduce a huge number of behavioral concerns.
After getting the right amount of the right exercise, impulse control is the number one concern for most of my clients. If you want help getting the right amount of the right exercise, check out our personalized dog exercise plans!
Using games to teach your dog impulse control is much more than yanking them away from that rotting pigeon on the trail or kneeing them in the chest when they jump. We won’t even talk about those techniques because we don’t use them (read about our training philosophy here).
Instead, we’ll explore a variety of games to teach your dog impulse control.
These techniques actually will help make your dog less impulsive, rather than just teaching them not to do something when you’re within arm’s reach. As always, we’ll avoid fear, pain, and intimidation.
Impulse control is one of the most important skills your dog can have. Try a wide variety of these games to teach your dog impulse control and stay on the lookout for more!
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