Positively Dog Training Episode 405


Victoria and Holly celebrate 10 years of It’s Me or the Dog by recapping some memories of the show, including how the show was born out of Victoria watching an episode of Supernanny.

They also chat about the dangers of leaving a dog in a hot car, featuring some staggering statistics from AVMA, RedRover, and the Don’t Cook Your Dog campaign. Victoria also recounts a recent situation with a dog in a hot car that she encountered, having to take action herself.

Ceva’s veterinary behaviorist Dr. Valarie Tynes calls into the Positively Hotline to talk about what pheromones are, how they work, and the impact they have on pets with behavior problems. Holly is especially eager to find out how pheromones can help her reactive dog!

Ask Victoria questions include:

-How do you help a young dog that’s afraid to go outside and is starting to bark and growl at dogs outside?

-How can you stop a 10-week-old puppy from chewing on furniture and nipping people?

-How do you teach two dogs to share attention and space with each other?

-What’s the best harness to use to stop a dog from pulling on leash?

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