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Involuntary Vocalization

Involuntary Vocalization

Michael Ellis answers a question concerning a dog making noise when stimulated. Michael discusses the difference between voluntary and involuntary vocalization. He also gives some options for how to determine the difference and what you can do to prevent this.

January 14, 2013   |   4 Minutes, 38 Seconds

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Question: Do you have any info on teaching a dog to respect the road and avoid cars?

Hi Ed and Cindy,

Do you have any articles or other info on teaching dog to respect road/ cars... avoid cars...? As a child, my family lost 2 dogs to road and one other injured...


Cindy's Response:

The best way to prevent a dog from being killed or injured by cars is to have a physical fence in place and a rock solid recall (in case the dog gets out of the fence).

Training the Recall DVD

No matter how well trained the dog, unless they are fenced or directly supervised, it’s just too dangerous for them to be near roads.

Cindy Rhodes

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

We get a number of Q&As every week, if you would like to read this week's Q&As, click here and check out the 'Recent Questions' section!

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Customer Comments

On Leerburg's Dominant Dog Collar and Dominant & Aggressive Dogs DVD

Cindy, many thanks for the dominant dog collar and dominant/aggressive dog DVD. I used them both this a.m., with my 3 yr. male Rottweiler. It was instant success, the prong collar I had used before this, was making things worse (he had nipped my hand when I went near his head even without any kind of collar, and refused to move for me). I am very pleased to join Leerburg as a customer and continue to learn things that are never discussed in any useful way, at "doggy school." Again, many thanks for making both me and the dog, happy and relaxed again.

The Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers

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