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    use the bottle all the time and look into NILIF
    Good news! I guess the bottle bugged her enough, plus w me getting back into leader mode has helped. She will still start after them but when I say no, she stops and stands there or walks away - sort of- but i can get the leashes on them w no issue. Paws crossed I can keep it going!

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    Default Re: Brie behavior concern

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisabear123 View Post
    Good news! I guess the bottle bugged her enough, plus w me getting back into leader mode has helped. She will still start after them but when I say no, she stops and stands there or walks away - sort of- but i can get the leashes on them w no issue. Paws crossed I can keep it going!
    awesome... stay consistent! banks will be 8 in about a month and it is all still an everyday part of life - has to be
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    awesome... stay consistent! banks will be 8 in about a month and it is all still an everyday part of life - has to be
    I agree, n I will! Thank you for all your input am help

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    Default Re: Brie behavior concern

    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    You need to get full control over Brie... place her in a sit / stay. This is going to really work on you -- if she moves, stop what you are doing and put her back in a sit/stay. Then treat her for staying in place after you finish when you are doing... Nothing in Life is Free (google) it is a great tool to teach pack leadership and make her work for what she wants.
    YUP.

    Leadership rituals are called rituals because you never stop doing them.

    In a dog pack, the pack leader is always reinforcing his/her leadership over the rest. These rituals build and deepen your relationship with your dog also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicaroo1000 View Post
    YUP.

    Leadership rituals are called rituals because you never stop doing them.

    In a dog pack, the pack leader is always reinforcing his/her leadership over the rest. These rituals build and deepen your relationship with your dog also.
    Couldnt agree w you more! And to prove it works, when he had her surges, I stopped ...she became more domineering to the other dogs etc. now that she has recovered and I'm Back to it w her, that behavior has lessened ..almost stopped but we still have work to do.

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    Default Re: Brie behavior concern

    Quote Originally Posted by Lisabear123 View Post
    Good news! I guess the bottle bugged her enough, plus w me getting back into leader mode has helped. She will still start after them but when I say no, she stops and stands there or walks away - sort of- but i can get the leashes on them w no issue. Paws crossed I can keep it going!
    WTG!!!Paws and fingers crossed it keeps going good!
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