The Groundwork for Pack Structure with Adult Dogs
by Ed Frawley

Becoming a pack leader involves adopting the attitude of a pack leader. It does not involve aggression towards a dog, it doesn’t involve rolling him on his back, hard leash corrections or even raising your voice to the dog. It involves adopting a leader's attitude. This is something that new dog owners must learn how to do. Every dog knows a leader when he is in the presence of one. They can sense a leader. They don’t need leash corrections to consider their owner a pack leader. In fact inappropriate corrections often result in a dog looking at the offender with contempt rather than respect. Read more.

Becoming Your Puppy's Pack Leader
by Ed Frawley

When people bring an 8 week old puppy home their first concerns are “what should I feed my puppy?" and "how do I stop it from peeing on the floor?” These are important and credible concerns, but equally important and often ignored, is the concept of how to establish yourself as your new pup's pack leader. The average dog owner does not have a clue about how strong the genes are that control their puppy's temperament, personality, and drives. Puppies that don’t have a sold pack structure grow up to become dominant and obnoxious adult dogs. Read more.

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