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It's Me or the Dog- Growling at Guests | Indoor Tips

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Published on Mar 22, 2011

Watch It's Me or the Dog Saturdays @ 8pm! | For more, visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv/its-me... | Do you ever fear having guests over at your house and having your dog growl at them or, worse, try to bite them? Then you need to see what Victoria has to say about taming your dog around friends ...

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Jeni Zundel
It's so embarrassing reading a lot of the comments below. Narrow minded ignorant comments regarding certain breeds being this way or that way; every dog can be 'balanced', it depends on the humans around them. I thought Victoria made a great start with this dog; clearly if we were to see the whole process there would be weeks of clips! Her methods are more in line with THIS century compared to Ceaser Milan's; although I believe he does good work rehabilitating those dogs on death row who've been given up on, I think his methods are way too harsh (out-dated) for your everyday pooch. Reward-based training is effective and encouraging to the animal. Shame people have to be so nasty and opinionated...making comments on her outfit and make-up...making huge sweeping statements about the dog/the owners...but it's so easy from your sofa isn't it? I've certainly found this helpful.
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Arianaxo
Listen ignorant American bulldog haters, I myself have an American bulldog she is the sweetest dog that I've ever owned. She's good with children, loves to play with me, and loves to cuddle with my family members and my little dwarf rabbit. Dogs can only be aggressive because of the way the owners treat them. Don't judge a book by its cover. Certain breeds might be aggressive or even scary, but there's a way to change them into being the best dog ever
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Sung Hwan Jun
What a rude and selfish dog
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Colby Nightcore
I love how most of the comments are like "your doing it wrong" or "you idiot, learn from Caesar".... PFFT 😂😂 God people, she's a professional she knows what she's doing, no need to be negative, she's helping the owners and the dogs so just be happy, if she couldn't do it right, she wouldn't be doing it at all 🙌🏻 so calm people, she knows what's she doing 😂
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goldenpaws_4221
Victoria did a wonderful job with this family. What a great way to associate strangers with positive things.
Asher Masters
So many cuts in your video. You say you can see... I only see cuts.. What happens in between whahahaha. DIscovery vs NG. Face it woman, there is no one way, you dont have all the answers. You can train a dog yes but dont act like your way is THE way and dont badmouth others that have worked hard to help people understand dogs better. Thats so low...
Paul Daly
So this is great but where the part of the video that shows her getting this dog from the aggressive state we see at the beginning to the passive state at the end.
Stanley de vries
i am a dogtrainer and i work for 7 years with dogs to rehabilitate them(cesars way) But this is nuts. ofcourse he will react good with a cookie. But when they forgot the cookie he will be agressive again. Please miss however your name is. stop doing what you are doing......
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P.W. wee
call Ceasar
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Kk Kk
That wasn't a real test. Why don't you let that stranger get up and move while the dogs at the treat, or why don't you let the dog meet more strangers? Temporary.
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