Walk your dog every day for at 45 minutes to an hour. Walking with your dog twice a day for 30 minutes is the first step toward improving your relationship with your dog. The walk is the foundation of your relationship. It is a powerful tool that will help you connect with all aspects of your dog’s mind.
Set rules, boundaries and limitations every day. As a pack leader, you need to set the rules both inside and outside the house. What you allow and don’t allow is up to you, but be consistent, use calm-assertive energy, and never, ever correct out of anger.
Live in the moment. Start the New Year with a clean slate for you and your dog. Let go of the past. Don’t worry about the future. With your dog and in your day-to-day life, you will find many benefits.
Schedule playtime with your dog once a week. Play fetch. Go for a swim. Play Frisbee. Run an obstacle course. Just make sure your dog has had a long walk beforehand, and only play for the time you have decided in advance to allot.
Share affection…at the right times only. After your dog has exercised or eaten. After your dog has changed an unwanted behavior into a behavior that you asked for. After your dog has responded to a rule or command. Share affection only when the dog is in a calm-submissive state!
Donate to the Cesar Millan’s Foundation to help rescue and rehabilitate dogs.
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