Personal Space: Children’s Safety

Rex has trouble respecting personal space. And he’s wild. And there are small grandchildren that are around him a lot.

Making yourself big and moving towards the dog helps create personal space. Spread your arms like a tree and step forward quickly.

Making yourself small and moving away you helps a dog learn come towards you. Turn your back and kneel down with your shoulders tucked in.

I had actually no idea how this was going to turn out after only 5-10 minutes of this, but this is how I start out with training a wild dog that doesn’t know boundaries.

Rex has trouble respecting personal space. And he’s wild. And there are small grandchildren that are around him a lot. Making yourself big and moving towards the dog helps create personal space. Spread your arms like a tree and step forward quickly. Making yourself small and moving away you helps a dog learn come towards you. Turn your back and kneel down with your shoulders tucked in. I had actually no idea how this was going to turn out after only 5-10 minutes of this, but this is how I start out with training a wild dog that doesn’t know boundaries. Be kind to animals. Be kind to each other. Be kind to yourself. Cheers!

Posted by Trey Clark on Monday, May 13, 2019

If this is an issue you’ve been dealing with, call Trey Clark at 832-498-7290 to talk about it and get some good advice (and probably a laugh or two). Trey loves to talk about dogs! Helping your dog be the family member you’ve always wanted is his specialty. Click here to see more about Trey’s training methods. Follow us on Facebook. Be kind to animals. Be kind to yourself. Be kind to each other. Cheers!

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