A State That Becomes A Trait

This week, Scott and Jess discuss different behavioral issues that may pop up over the first two years of a dog's life that then in fact seem to mold into that dog’s temperament. There is a lot of talk in the dog world about when to blame the parents, when to blame the breeder, when to blame the rescue, and when to blame the methods. This week we acknowledge those factors and also discuss how we as owners play a role in this dynamic. 

Topics Discussed Include:

  • How can fear, aggression, or anxiety be created by the owner? 
  • Why do some breeds seem to have more of a prevalence of certain traits than others? 
  • What is the best way to prevent a state from becoming a trait?

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Have you ever wondered why your dog behaves a certain way? Are there things you need help with or support? Join Scott and Jess Williams each week as they explore these and other topics. Find them on your favorite podcast platform: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRADIO, TuneIn, United Podcast Network, Podbean

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