It’s no secret that dogs, especially youngsters, aren’t always the best at calming themselves down. Maybe your dog gets himself all worked up after a play session, playfully nips and barks to get attention, or does flips while you’re trying to attach the leash. Overly excited behavior can take many forms.
The solution is not to punish the excitement, but rather to teach the dog to perform a polite behavior instead of the excited one. These three training techniques teach your dog to cool his jets.
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Kate is a certified dog behavior consultant, certified dog trainer, certified Fear Free professional, certified dog parkour instructor, and award-winning author.
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