Most dog owners are fortunately responsible and have taught their four-legged friends a good dog training. Unfortunately, there are always people who are reluctant to see their own mistakes and put the blame for disobedient dog behavior on the animal. Have you ever heard some of the following lies?
However, it is not always the bad intention of the dog owner to justify false dog training with lies. Also inexperience can lead to misguided bad dog manners as natural behavior. To make sure that it does not get that far, beginners should get support at the dog school or the dog trainer in case of doubt.
1. "He does not do anything!" and "He just wants to play!"
The dog owner lies "He does not do anything!" and "He just wants to play!" Often come from people who insist on keeping their dog leash free, but at the same time have failed to exercise consistent dog training. The result is that the dogs do not know that it is not necessary to jump on strangers, get close to conspecifics, or walk in other gardens and rummage around there.
Often, these dog owners are not so familiar with dog behavior and dog language, so they misinterpret the first escalation levels of aggression in dogs and attempts to bully or dominate conspecifics as a game. Such lies or excuses become particularly problematic when the four-legged friends meet with fearful dog training on anxious people or dogs. In this case, dogs with an anxiety disorder may become aggressive from the need to defend themselves. You can then try to ask the dog owner to put his dog on a leash and explain the situation to him briefly. If lack of experience and ignorance are behind the wrong dog training, the holder with a little luck his mistake.
2. "That's what they do!"
Lies of the type "That make the under themselves!" often appear in connection with dog fighting. The trick of this excuse, however, is that sometimes it is not wrong. If two healthy, equally sized, equally strong dogs want to clear the hierarchy, then the dog fight can be more brutal than it really is. In this case, the four-legged friends actually make the conflict among themselves. However, this does not apply in principle, as common bitches often mean it seriously, or in the case of unequal power relationships, a dog fight can be dangerous. How to recognize a serious dog fight and how to react best, read our guide "Intervene in dog fight: yes or no?"
3. "He never does that at home!"
When dogs misbehave outside their home, some dog owners justify themselves with the excuse, "He never does that at home!" or "Otherwise he is always very good". This can not really be, because dogs can usually remember rules well if they have a consistent dog training enjoyed. The only reason a quadruped does not follow a rule is that he does not know about the existence of this rule because it was not properly taught to him. That's why the excuse "who knows exactly what he did" or "he feels guilty" is nonsense.
4. "He likes children!"
"He likes children" or "He likes people!" is often used as a pretext, when dogs strangers or even children with Karacho start, upset and possibly still the face from top to bottom abschlabbern. These lies are usually believed by the dog owners themselves, which is why a rapturous undertone is not uncommon. This supposedly cute and lovable behavior may also please the owners, but not everyone appreciates dog kisses. But dogs do not know that they are only allowed to overturn their master or mistress, not strangers. Therefore, it is fair to potential visitors and the four-legged friends, from the beginning to basically get it off the hook and abschlappbern or to warn other people honestly when they come to visit.