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Freddy | German Shepherd Mix | Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. | In Training

Freddy is a German Shepherd who barks a lot even when nothing seems to be a problem. After spending some time with freddy we learned that he is human aggressive because when people walk by him he low growls and lunges. Lastly he struggles on walks. While wanting to go after humans and some dogs, he also tends to walk on his two back legs and has slipped out of his collar in the past.



Pupdate 8/03/2020


Pupdate 8/04/2020

Took Freddy to a different place to train. He is getting past his fears and is starting to work better with me.


Pupdate 8/05/2020


Pupdate 8/06/2020

Freddy had lot's of fun hiking today.


Pupdate 8/07/2020


Pupdate 8/08/2020


Pupdate 8/9/2020


Pupdate 8/10/2020

Freddy did good during training but he started to have very little foamy saliva yesterday and today it seems to have increased. We will continue to monitor it.


Pupdate 8/11/2020


Pupdate 8/12/2020

Freddy is slowly understanding that nothing is out to get him and is holding commands for a longer period of time. He is still fearful when other dogs walk by and causes him to get distracted.


Pupdate 8/13/2020


Pupdate 8/14/2020

Working on food manners with cat distraction


Pupdate 8/15/2020


Pupdate 8/16/2020

Freddy is getting better around distractions and focusing on the commands we ask for


Pupdate 8/17/2020


Pupdate 8/18/2020

Freddy is now learning place command on a chair.


Pupdate 8/19/2020


Pupdate 8/20/2020

Freddy has been improving so much. His confidence is slowly getting better around other dogs and humans. Less tense and more relaxed overall.


Pupdate 8/21/2020


Pupdate 8/22/2020

Down command Waiting for eye contact before moving to heel


Pupdate 8/23/2020


Pupdate 8/24/2020

Freddy staying on command while we check his weight


Pupdate 8/25/2020


Pupdate 8/26/2020

Aileen and Freddy doing great offleash out in public.


Pupdate 8/27/2020


Pupdate 8/28/2020

Teaching door manners, dogs need to learn to WAIT TO BE RELEASED when the door is opened so that they don’t end up in the road.


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