Examples of “Wait” with Multiple Dogs
Want to learn how you can calm the chaos? Check out Feeling
Outnumbered? in the Related Books & DVDs section below for a
great training quide to working with multiple dogs.
If you’ve got multiple dogs competing for attention, this is a great
exercise to work on with each dog. For the rest of the video, look
for the Feeling Outnumbered? DVD below.
Manament in a Multi-Dog Household
Each dog CAN wait until it’s her turn! For the rest of the video,
look for the Feeling Outnumbered? DVD below.
Using Play to Train Multiple Dogs
Watch Willie and Lassie taking turns fetching their favorite toy.
Multi-Dog Households: From First Date to After the Honeymoon (Recorded in January 2014)
Got Dogs? (As in, More Than One?) August 2021
Free to a Good Home (Booklets, Not Dogs!) September 2016
Adopting a Dog Into a Multi-Dog Household January 2014
Here’s the good news: It’s fun to train your dog! Here’s the bad news: You have to learn how. More good news: It’s not hard to learn. . . and this is a great place to get started.
If you’re interested in canine cognition, communication, social systems & nutrition (plus a host of other topics!), look here to start seeing your dog in an entirely new light!
Here’s help for dogs of every description, from cautious canines to feisty fidos. Click below for videos, articles, books and DVDs that will help you help your dog.
Links to other great websites & information on becoming a professional trainer or behaviorist, questions for your veterinarian, and everything in between!
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