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Door Charging Bull Dog

Door Charging Bull Dog

Ed Frawley answers a question from a customer who owns an American Bulldog. The dog is charging the door every time someone comes into the house or the doorbell rings. Ed offers a few different options to fix this problem through management, redirection, and engagement.

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Question: My dog & I are in training for our CDX and until recently his sits have been straight and beautiful. He has started sitting crooked and repetition has not helped fix this. Do you have any input?

My  Terrier and I are training for a CDX. He had a beautiful, straight sit until recently. He has started tucking his fanny almost behind my left heel. If I say "sit straight," he corrects his position. Repetition has not helped eliminate the problem. I use only positive training methods and basically no corrections. Repetition solved our previous errors, but not with his curled sit. What am I doing wrong? Thanks a million for your input,

Cindy's Response:

Do you reward him in this position normally?  If so, could it be that he's adjusting his position because of how you are rewarding him? 

Thank you,  
Cindy 

Thank You:

You are right, I have been rewarding him for sitting incorrectly. Boy, do I feel like a dummy! Thanks for bringing my attention to it.

For more questions on this topic, see our Q&A on Obedience.

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