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Do you have dog who can be fearful or reactive on a walk who reacts when you attempt to converse to other men and women though out and about? Even if it is just to say “Good day” or “Fantastic morning?” If so I counsel you watch this video. This video clarifies how you can affliction the way you converse to strangers or converse in an crisis to create a constructive emotional reaction in your dog.
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21 comments

  1. Don't forget to show your love and give a THUMBS UP if you think the video deserves it 🙂 We appreciate it greatly as it helps the video to reach more people and their dogs.

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  2. hi! how about squirrels!?😓😥😰
    my dog-niece is a very rambunctious 84 lbs who’s barely starting to learn to pay attention(because her humans are finally learning how to help her do that), and her walks have become better, but when she spots a squirrel then that’s it,!!
    she gets laser focused and trying to hold back 84lbs of súper excited very strong four legged being is very hard to do…
    she’s very territorial at home, when out of home she’s ok with humans and she loves other dogs specially small dogs; i think some sort of maternal instinct kicks in when she sees small dogs..

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  3. You should make a video on dogs who are leash reactive, specifically to other dogs on leashes! I am a dog walker and I see leash reactive dogs all the time and would love to know the best way to handle it.

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  4. Oh God they are all so cute!!!!

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  5. good point! thanx 🙂

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  6. Yay new Kikopup vid. Click, like, watch!

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  7. My dog is reactive to strangers and other dogs without me saying anything at all.

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  8. I love it. You are brilliant!

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  9. Hello from Brazil. Just to say I love the channel, thanks a lot for the tips.

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  10. Are your dogs always this calm? 😂 I guess it's good but it seems really boring. And I wouldn't want my dog to focus on me all the time either.

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  11. Thanks a lot. This is really important.

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  12. Hi Kikopup! I've been doing clicker training with my dog for a little while now, but I'm having a problem. He's anticipating the treat too much, sometimes leaving his position to get it or accidentally biting me. I don't know what I'm doing wrong or how to fix it. He's a black lab neutered male about 4-5 years old (he's an adopted/rescue dog, so it's kind of a guess). Could you help? Thanks for your time!

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  13. GENIUS!!!

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  14. I used to think only my dog needed these kinds of strategies. It is so encouraging to get these great tips along with the feeling my dog and I are not uniquely crazy!

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  15. Haha, these sorts of exercises are great, even though my neighbours probably already think I am insane. Usually with my sensitive border collie, I ask people if they can do me a favour and talk to me and I explain that he dislikes eye contact. Hovering and staring is very uncomfortable for him. At a distance it's harder to explain this to them though and so in that case I've had to sometimes get up and leave (if I'm at an outdoor cafe for example). My eldest (very friendly) dog died in July and so my sensitive dog is getting more unwanted attention. I think I have to practice some responses as you have suggested here. I also I notice that if I am seated with my friend, her reactions also can trigger reactions from him. So she may have to be in on some new strategies as well. I notice that if her tone sounds nervous or bothered that will also escalate a reaction from my boy. Sensitive dogs can be tricky!

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  16. I didn´t know this tips! Will try with my reactive dog!

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  17. Brilliant!

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  18. Love this!!! ❤️

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  19. This is awesome! Thanks for share it! Do you have any video for bike/runners reactivity?

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  20. Awesome. Love the tips. It seems so obvious in hindsight but I guess that's what we call 'learning.'

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  21. I love your video's 🤣😂😅🤣🤣😂🤣😊😁

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