Luciano Aguilar helps in setting boundaries for your canine - AmericaNowNews.com

Setting boundaries for your dog

When our pet pro, Luciano Aguilar trained guard dogs for the US President on Air Force One there were several commands crucial to professional canine conduct.  Now Luciano is suggesting these same commands to make your dog a good tail-wagging citizen. 

In Luciano's words, "We all know dogs love to get into everything and I absolutely love the "PLACE" command to solve this issue.  As soon as I bring a new dog home, they are put on a "place"."

By teaching your dog to go to his "place", you can go about your daily routine, know where your dog is, and rest easy knowing that your dog is not getting into trouble.  The "place" is not a "time out" for your dog.  Only takes him to his "place" in a neutral or happy manner.

You want your dog to enjoy being there until you've released him. It may seem like it's taking forever for your dog to get it, but stick with it!  If you give up, then he will too.  Stick to your rules and expect your dog to respect them.

When your dog has well-defined boundaries you'll be a happier master!.  Luciano has many doggy tips and hints in his doggy bag of tricks.  So stay tuned!

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