There are several reasons why we see such behavior – and it varies from dog to dog and from handler to handler – but here are only a few possible reasons.
Are any of the reasons above applicable to you and your dog?
This is something we sometimes hear when we are teaching our dogs. Dogs are great during class or in the presence of a trainer, but in other situations they behave differently. This can be very frustrating for some owners and they just can’t figure out why this happens.
There are several reasons why we see such kinds of behavior and it varies from dog to dog and from handler to handler, but here are just a few possible reasons…
- There is a lack of consistency in the classroom and in between lessons.
- At home there is a lack of follow-through
- In the home, the dog is not supervised properly.
- The current training status of your dog may be situational.
Are any of the above reasons applicable to you and your dog? What are some other possible reasons you can think cause this kind of frustration?