Learning to Play with a Dog

Playing with Dogs…

Is that not simple?

Is that not straight forward?

In fact no.

We all can try to play with dogs, but the results we get from those interactions are going to be affected by several points that need to be considered.

Play can and does end up many times in undesired ways and Humans will put the fault on their dogs for “not knowing” how to play.

Or maybe, We are the ones who do not know?

In this clip, you can listen to my short chat about play and watch the exercise we implemented with Jess, the rescued Romanian dog.

Having issues with your dog during play?

Maybe this video will help you a bit.

Thank you, Dog Behaviourist Ricardo Ministro

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Published by RicardoMinistro@connectedbehaviour

Connected Behaviour Non-Aversive Dog Training uses only non-aversive and science-based training methods under any circumstances with any dog while improving the relationship and understanding between Humans and Dogs. We focus on creating empowering, positive experiences for both Humans and Dogs as a practice to enhance the life of both.

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