So it is written that the definition of crazy is repeating the same behavior over and over again and expecting a different result.
Why do we consistently set our dogs up for failure? Is there something within us that enjoys the drama? Echart Tolle states that there is. It’s a good read, I highly recommend it.
I beg of you to not do it with your dog. Feel free to practice this anywhere else in your life but just leave the innocent dog out of it.
I receive question after question about aggression and I give tons of simple solutions with full disclosure on why, how, where yet , none are followed.
I then get a call or email about the same dogs in question with a worse behavior being created as the owner is still wondering why things haven’t changed, yet they haven’t changed a thing.
The poor dog, aggression is trained in, its nurtured its now right under their skin and yet we wonder why the dog is doing this. Just stop, look at your involvement. Change your ways. Only then will the dog be able to change.
After all, the definition of crazy is’ repeating the same behavior over and over again and expecting a different result.
God Bless all of the dogs in the world that have kind owners that think they are doing their best yet keep setting the dogs up for failure.
God Bless them.