Admin - Thursday 17th January 2019, 02:04am

Charlie the Border Collie Part Two


Tug of war is often played when you don't want it, especially if it's something the dog shouldn't have and refuses to give up. The point of the exercise with this particular dog is to take control in all areas, even the games so it's obvious to the dog who's in control. Hopefully you'll get to see how these behaviours are connected to other problem areas.

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