Capping & Building Drive

This video started out quite accidentally.  Jimi started barking at me to get his lotus ball.  I thought, “Hey, this is a great time to address the issue of dogs who bark at people.”  I get that all the time.  More importantly, this barking can be a useful tool for some dogs who have little drive.  Barking at the handler gives the dog some confidence and that confidence can be a good thing.

There are so many owners who complain that their dog constantly barks at stuff.  All they want is a way to get the dog to stop barking.  I address that in this lesson as well.

Overall, this “accidental lesson” will end up being one of the most important things you’ll learn in terms of a dog’s drive.  Watch the video and the lesson carefully, there’s a lot more info here than what lies on the surface.

When a dog is barking his drive is elevated. He’s in action… When he stops barking, those drives are “capped.”

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