Re: Panic stricken sisters
I agree that they probably feed off eachother. I would do separate training with them and begin by not letting people approach them, but trying to allow the dogs to approach people and getting a reward for doing so. I think having a couple people come over- maybe doing this outside and just sitting down. Encourage the dogs to approach the people and get a treat from them. It will take some time, but I would do this as often as possible and encourage any positive behavior from them. If you think about it from a dogs point of view...they are scared and have someone hovering over them approaching them-maybe or maybe not- in a slow 'suspicious' manner...kinda scary for an already nervous dog. Good luck- hope to hear good progress reports!
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