September 19, 2016

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A NEW PUPPY OWNER WITH MICHAEL ELLIS
 

Leerburg is in the process of working with our good friend, Michael Ellis, to produce a DVD and online course on how to raise and develop a working puppy. In August, Jeff Frawley attended Michael's puppy development class at his school in northern California. We will be using footage gathered during that class as the foundation for this project.


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Question:
 

Will a muzzle help my aggressive dog realize that the group we walk with won’t cause her harm?


Answer:
 

The muzzle will keep her from biting but it won't address her underlying insecurities. If you have any reservations about her biting, then a muzzle is a good idea from a safety standpoint.


When dogs are scared/insecure or nervous you should give them more distance. I personally wouldn't force a dog like this to walk with others in close proximity. Maybe you could follow from a distance that your dog feels comfortable.


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