Nowadays dogs are perceived as humans and best friends. We can often relate to our dogs as our equals but the dog needs a leader. The dog is not able to lead a human in the world he lives in and so looks to us, the human leader for guidence. Misconception from humans leads to misunderstanding from dogs and problems will develop. I will take you back to a dogs basic needs you will find it so much easier than you thought. We will look at built in traits and drives that your dog is born with and breed specific needs to keep him and you happy. I will use only possitive leader techniques which mimic the dogs natural behaviour as if he was living in a pack. I will never use bullying or negative enforcers. I will never use choke chains, electric collars or any other barbaric method of punishment in leading your dog . I will teach you how a calm confident manner in leading your dog is all it takes for success. Communicating, reading the dog's body language is probably one of the first steps to understanding what he thinks. They don't talk like us so everything is body language. Pheromones are one of the biggest contributors to non verbal communication. They are present in glands,urine ,secretions from sexual organs,faeces and saliva. Dogs read each other's status from sniffing urine and faeces. Barking is another way dogs communicate with us. Barking is not really done in the wild ,wolves howl but don't bark.This would lead us to believe it is another human induced trait. Growling is very important. Dogs also communicate with stares and stances. We know by tracing dogs back to thier wolf ancestors why they act in certain ways and why they have certain built in traits that we can work with. We also know that the body posture of wolves and dogs is almost identical. Humans have manipulated dogs for many uses like hunting, herding and guarding but we cannot forget they have instincts that are unchangeable. Dogs like wolves are pack animals. That is a group who live and hunt and sleep together they live in harmony for the good of the pack. There is a leader who makes the decisions but he is not dominant or aggresive. The leader knows the best places to hunt and sleep and when to move on. Dogs like wolves need a leader who is calm, confident and fair. A leader is reserved, humble and a chief WE WILL HELP YOU BECOME THE PACK LEADER.