“Distractions” to stop problematic behaviours

Using distractions to stop or avoid problematic behaviours is not uncommon for many.

But should we do it? Is that going to help?

All the answers in the video.

Thank you,

Dog Behaviourist Ricardo Ministro

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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