How To Stop Barking In Crate At Dog Agility Events pt 2

This is step two in teaching your dog to remain quiet and relaxed in their crate at an agility trial.

Pam does a great job in breaking the problem down into small steps for the dog to set them up for success.

Notice that she stays below the dogs tolerance level while slowing raising it so the dog hardly knows what is happening.

There is an old adage that refers to the boiling of a frog.  If you throw the frog into a pot of boiling water it will panic and try to escape.

If you place the frog in cool water and slowly raise the heat, the frog will not react. The same is true when working this lesson.

You want to raise the heat so slowly the dog does not go into a panic and learns to control his emotions.

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