Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Southeast PA, USA
Try having people approach from the side.
Have him in a good sit/stay and have the stranger move in from the side, but not make eye contact.
This is much less intimidating then straight on with eye contact.
Once he is accepting, treat him and move on. Not away, just on.
Practice over and over again.
You can even start off slower by sitting at the park but safely away from traffic. Each time he looks at a stranger, treat and good boy him. Then move in a little closer and do the same thing until you are able to be as close as possible.
Then have a stranger approach with what I explained above.
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