By Virginia C. G. Richardson
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The student will learn to create positive feedback loops where there were only negative ones. Her dog will learn that the wide, wide world is still an unpredictable place but that he can rely on his or her * life coach, to keep him safe. He will develop a new behavioral repertoire to meet that unpredictability, and that will take the second-guessing out of everything his owner does with her dog. Reforming the Human-Animal Bond In order for this process to work, the dog must trust the handler and all of the decisions that she makes, no matter what environment the dog is in.
Challenging, and because it is human nature, don’t be surprised that owners of reactive dogs often seek out methods that promise a quick fix. Social pressure may make the owner of a reactive dog feel obligated to “correct” her dog for inappropriate reactions, particularly in public, so that her neighbors are aware that she does not encourage or accept such behaviors from her dog. Punishing the dog does little to improve long-term behavior and, in fact, may worsen existing problems, but in the moment the temporary suppression of behavior reinforces the owner.
The dog can only learn one piece at a time reliably. I always warn my students not to be surprised if, when working on one criterion, other pieces of the behavior temporarily degrade. Once the dog has learned the new piece, only then can the trainer begin combining criteria. Lower the Criteria When we increase the level of distractions in the environment, expect the behavior to deteriorate in some form: the dog’s response may be slower, more hesitant, and briefer in duration. Deterioration of parts of the behavior is a necessary—and natural—part of learning.
Diseases of Domestic Guinea Pigs by Virginia C. G. Richardson