An Unfriendly German Shepherd and a Terrified Rat Terrier
Season 4 | Episode 7 | Troy & Roxy
An adopted German shepherd has to be caged around other animals, and a Rat Terrier is scared of just about everything. Can Cesar help?
Submissive urination isn't a housebreaking issue; it's actually a behavioral problem. When dogs are extremely submissive, shy, overwhelmed or insecure, it is easy for them to get overexcited to the point where they can't control their bladders.
The best way to deal with this problem is pinpointing when the dog gets most excited, for example, when you get home from work at the end of the day, and follow these rules: No touch, no talk, and no eye contact during the initial meeting, and to let them approach you as opposed to you approaching them
Bigger doesn't always mean more trouble when it comes to bad dogs! The biggest barks and bites often come from the little breeds, a fact that many people tend to disregard. The key is recognizing the dog as energy. Dogs that are excited, nervous, tense, excessively dominant, or aggressive can all create problems, no matter the size. And that can give you a better insight on which dog is causing behavioral problems.