How to Stop the Behavior of a Dog who Becomes Very Dominating?


Here is a question from Nicole asking for some suggestions about how to make sure her Boston Terrier stops being very dominating.

She says : ” My sweet little girl is not very sweet anymore becoming very dominating. She is only 1 year old. Any ideas? “

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How to Stop the Behavior of a Dog who Becomes Very Dominating?

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Peter Nelson

You want a great BT love and lots of petting and touching to make him/her Faithfull and responsive to your family
“scratch a belly love for ever” talk to them they are very intelligent.

Darrel Head

Have Owned these little dogs forever. it’s there nature, very stubborn the only thing they are pack animals but do not add a cat they will chase him for ever love them a whole lot I do

Rogério Cruz Teixeira

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Jeanie Shelton

This is natural for Boston Terriers. I fed them in separate bowls, spaced part. Same place and same times, every day. I never did get Allie to share toys. Other than that, she was loving, and helpful. When she was sick and dying, the others were devoted to her.