Home2K9 Dog Training Point of View. Stop allowing any/every dog to meet your dog, and vice versa.

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Dog trainer Cameron Thompsen, owner of Home2K9 Dog Training, provides in-home dog training as well as Board and Train services in North County San Diego and the surrounding San Diego area. Cameron is an expert at confidently resolving bad dog behavior such as: dog aggression, human aggression, resource guarding, separation anxiety, fear, anxiety, leash aggression, leash reactivity, pulling on leash, jumping on people, counter surfing, stealing food, chewing, home destruction, barking, running away, growling, biting, cat aggression, and cat killing. Obedience training commands include: heel, sit, down, come, no, yes, good, okay, out, drop it and the place command. Cameron's behavior modification program is performed with the application of low-level, e-collar, off-leash, advanced obedience training.

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2 Comments on “Home2K9 Dog Training Point of View. Stop allowing any/every dog to meet your dog, and vice versa.”

  1. OMG! Thanks for that video… I don’t allow my GSD to meet every dog we meet and I often feel like I’m the bad person! Marley is reactive to other dogs (happy not agressive!) and we are working on his manners and when someone just runs towards us with their dog, I get almost agressive myself!!! I mean because they arrive out of no where sometimes and are right at us, I need to react quick and tell them Marley is training and not allowed to meet other dogs. We have a “in training, need space” bib and even then, people pet him without asking… The comparison with kids is perfect!

  2. Great advice! Can you give some ideas on how to avoid socialization with certain dogs? Here’s my scenario. I have a small breed and I notice bigger dogs in the neighborhood tend to want to socialize with my pup but I’ve been obedience and leash training and I myself get a bit nervous when the big dogs approach especially since I can tell they are not trained. Thanks!

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