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Dog Training, Dogs Chasing Vehicles - Cars, Buses

With this situation, aim to get in between yourself and the car or bus (vehicle) - taking over some of the field of view of the ‘offending metal monster’.
Get your dogs attention - using a squeaky toy, or you may have taught the command ‘Watch’ etc.
Then get them to undertake some distracting tasks, they can also be rewarded for, say a ‘Sit’, ‘Shake hands’ then ‘Down’…Building on this and hopefully vehicles drive away fairly quickly too ;-)
As well, with this training, we are now making a positive association with the situation - which happens to have vehicles such as cars and buses, Selina McIntyre, Dog Behavioural Consultant, Dogs Best Friend.

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