I see you did manage to delete the post, and I just got home, so no idea what it said. However, the fact that in animals where there is a strong dominant animal, that animal IS having to deal with everyone in the group who thinks they might want to move up in status. Another very good reason to not try to act like a dog. Because people who do generally don't look that cool to dogs but more like wannabes and bullies. We don't have the correct body, the delicate timing and the very subtle physical communication that dogs naturally have. And generally we don't want the same things from our dogs that other dogs would anyway.How do I delete this post lol?
There are soooooo many articles about being the pack leader but I've never done that before. I've always just done commands and treated them, played with them etc. It's all a bit new to me. I always thought that being the Alpha that the other dogs sometimes attack it to become alpha themselves and I don't want that :S
I just want to do right by our Toby and make him happy, he deserves that
Did this training method work for you? Why change what works?I'm confused basically lol
All this alpha stuff is nee to me. In the past I've just trained with treats and love etc but now everyone says humans should be the alpha.