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Taming the WILD in Your Dog

Taming the WILD in Your Dog

Wednesday at 10 AM Pacific

September 04th 2019:Let Protecting Dogs Lie

When your dog chooses to lie on your feet, does he do so because he wants to protect you? The answer is yes, according to a recent article published in Country Living Magazine. But, is it true? Tune in and found out what Bryan has to say about letting protecting dogs lie. Bryan will also be answering the following listener questions: Whenever there is a fight at the dog park, all of the dogs, including mine run toward the fight. Is there anything I can do to make them stop? * My dog has a terrible habit of chasing cars. What can I do to break her from doing that? Every time my dog

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3836/taming-the-wild-in-your-dog 18/09/2019 10:00 18/09/2019 11:00 Taming the WILD in Your Dog https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3836/taming-the-wild-in-your-dog When your dog chooses to lie on your feet, does he do so because he wants to protect you? The answer is yes, according to a recent article published in Country Living Magazine. But, is it true? Tune in and found out what Bryan has to say about letting protecting dogs lie. Bryan will also be answering the following listener questions: Whenever there is a fight at the dog park, all of the dogs, including mine run toward the fight. Is there anything I can do to make them stop? * My dog has a terrible habit of chasing cars. What can I do to break her from doing that? Every time my dog meets someone knew, she either slinks up to them or lies belly up. She also sleeps for hours. Is she suffering from depression? My trainer told me that I need to train an emergency recall on my dog. I am a bit confused. What is the difference between an emergency recall and a normal recall? How would my dog know if it is an emergency? Seems kind of silly to me. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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