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Frustrated dog? Flexibility is the key to unlocking your dog’s true potential!


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Flexibility is such an amazing trait to have in your dog. Most dogs do not come flexible but with easy changes to your daily routine you can create a flexible dog.

Here are a few perks with having a flexible dog. For example, a flexible dog:

  • does not care if you stay home all day when you’re sick (like I am just now).
  • can be calm in the car when it comes to a stop
  • can be calm when you take the lead out
  • can stay calm when you have guests that they’re not allowed to meet
  • doesn’t get overexcited every time when you take food out or go to the fridge
  • is easy to travel with
  • can cope really well with big life changes

In short, a flexible dog stays calm in all situations until you tell them otherwise.


Mix it up! Here are a few examples:

👉 If they get stressed in the car, take them on many short trips where they don’t get come out straight away, or at all.

👉 If they get super excited when you get ready for a walk. Take the lead out many times throughout the day without going out.

👉 Other things you can do: Mix up the times and places you walk. Rustle the food bag without feeding them, have guests over and don’t let them greet straight away and so on.

IMPORTANT: This technique does not work if your dog is actually scared or nervous around guests or in the car for example. Then you need a different approach.


Pick one or two situations when your dog gets frustrated or overexcited and start mixing it up. In the beginning you can give your dog a comfort prize in the form a Kong, a chew bone or a lick mat to help keep the stress levels low.

Have any questions about your dog’s frustration? Ask them below or send me a message!

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