You might think that some dogs "just chase cats", and there's nothing you can do to stop them.
If you treat only the symptom of cat chasing by trying to make your dog obey, or by trying to make him submit to you, or by applying
"positive and negative reinforcement" - however successful the programme may appear to be - the desire to chase the cat still remains. So
your dog will still continue to torment his feline sibling whenever he gets an opportunity and thinks he can get away with it.
Unfortunately, when we command our dog to leave the cat, he actually thinks we are barking at the cat, so he hears the opposite to what
we are saying! Which is not so nice. And explains why your dog appears to be disobedient, and why he actually chases the cat more!
But... when you treat the root cause of the problem the way Natural Dog Training teaches you, the success rate in curing cat chasing is extremely high. And if it is nipped in the bud, it is 100% curable - even in volotile breeds like Bull Terriers.
And while on the subject of things not appearing the way they look... all too many cats set the dogs up to chase them. Some enjoy the thrill of the chase. Others enjoy getting rescued. And then there are those who enjoy watching the dog get into trouble.
Natural Dog Training has a proven solution. Not only to the dog's chasing, but to Kitty's conniving ways as well. Pam's house calls; Living with an Alien; her booklet on curing adrenalin related problems; and her Natural Dog Training Home Kit will all give you the solutions
that you are looking for! As well as further assistance if you still need it, free of charge.
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