Now that you’ve outfitted your pooch in all things fabulous from Hartman & Rose she may very well think she is royalty, but that doesn’t mean she can act like it. We’ve collaborated with Pooch Pals Dog Training to provide you some training tips to ensure your royal highness doesn’t get carried away with herself.
You’ve just outfitted your pooch in her new fabulous Hartman & Rose Dog Collar. She looks like the royal queens she is, but doesn’t mean she can act like it. Jumping up, barking, pawing, whining are all types of attention seeking behavior when directed at the owner. To deter this behavior, turn your back and cross your arms. A cut-off signal is one way to keep your furry kid in check and retain your position as head of the pack.
There’s no doubt your dog is going to thank you for her stunning Hartman & Rose Porcelain Dog Bowl. Consider avoiding the love fest before you leave the house or when immediately returning home. Your dog’s pack drive is highest at these times. If left unchecked, you could be inadvertently reinforcing the underlying state of mind that produces separation anxiety.
Let’s face it, some dog’s are more particular than others about wearing apparel. If your pooch is finicky about it wearing her new Packable Down Dog Coat, desensitize her to it. It’s easy! Just put the coat on when you are ready to serve her a meal and take it off when she is done. After a couple days, this simple association will modify her behavior and she’ll be ready to sport her new gear comfortably on-walks. After all we know you want your furry kids to feel good in addition to looking good.
Marc Elias, ABCDT is the CEO (Canine Executive Officer) of Pooch Pals, the New York-based pet training and luxury care service. For more training tips visit www.poochpalspetcare.com.