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Kontekst społeczno przydaje się również daje się to do oryginału How to deal with chasing behaviors dogs. First of all, the chasing behavior is something that a dog never grow out of. It is instinctively-driven action; therefore the dog doesn't need a lot of repetitions order for this behavior to become a normal part of his repertoire. The action itself is extremely motivating, self-rewarding and self-driven action that dogs are simply crazy about. To begin it is important to not encourage this behavior if you're not planning to use it, and to manage the environment that it does not provide enough stimulants to result a greater development of this drive. people underestimate the power of the recall command. This is the most important command for you and your dog and has to be trained as early as possible. 't ever encourage your dog to other animals order to get him running Your dog like it, and it become a habitual behavior, after all, there is no difference to the dog to get into a chasing behavior your back yard when he sees a moving object, or if he spots the moving object at the side of the road. To actually deal with the ongoing issue of the chasing behavior, you need to train your dog a few things separately before dealing with the chasing issue itself. Building muscle memory exercises. It is important to create alternative responses, as your first step. Remember that when dealing with any dog behavior, what we need to do first is to train some other alternative that the dog can replace the behavior with. There are a few exercises that you need to train with your dog, order to have a repertoire of alternative behavior responses, these include; All of these commands can be found at the links above. The level of training and response for these commands, have to be as high as possible, meaning that once you say your command, he needs to gun back to you with speed and enthusiasm. The level of response and the number of repetitions is crucial; exercise this various different environments order to establish good muscle memory patterns. Keep mind to avoid environments where your dog can be triggered. The goal is not to compete with distractions yet. Once this level is done, your next goal be to introduce trigger situations at the sub-threshold level that your dog doesn't get too excited and you use redirecting and reward your dog when he completes them. For example, your dog spots a cat at a distance, you ask him to sit and watch you. Your dog does this and you reward him. Essentially, as things progress you move closer to the trigger, but keep mind to always stay at the sub-threshold distance as you move closer. I would recommend that you read the desensitizing and counter conditioning part of the website, to help better understand this. There you can find more details that can help you create this whole exercise and process. This take a time and some dogs show more or less progress. Chasing is a part of the dog's instinctual patterns and it is highly motivating and rewarding for a dog. If you advance too fast getting closer to the trigger, your dog react and this set you back the training process. It is advisable to use food as rewards, do not use tugs or other toys. The reason for that is because dogs get excited the presence of toys, and that excitement can easily spill over a chasing behavior. As well, there is no need to classically condition your dog to go into a high play-mode every time he sees the trigger. A word about corrections. Most people and dog trainers use some type of corrections when dealing with chasing behavior issues. And for some reason, the E-collar is the number one tool that people tend to use. This is one of the biggest mistakes that you can make. People buy the E-collar, they put it on their dog and voila! They hit the and expect that that should fix all of their problems. First of all, the E-collar is a completely new sensation for a dog and a dog's reaction to this new sensation produce completely different responses than you expected. Your dog can eventually get collar wise, and there is a whole pallet of things that can go wrong as well, for example: This is not just for the use of the E-collar, you run into these same problems when using a traditional method as well, like leash corrections, etc. Always remember that when you are trying to fix issues by applying corrections, you always have a 50% that your dog connect the correction with something completely different than your goal or intention was. The more complex the environment is, which you are using the correction, the less that you have for your dog to connect the right action behavior with the correction. If the E-collar is your tool of choice when dealing with your dog, please visit the page of this website about the E-collar, where you can find details and information about this tool. Chasing Behavior Issues. Always remember that