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She goes bananas when she sees/hears another dog & her threshold is easily further than across the street at this time. Did it take some time & patience to learn how to manage her 'quirk'? Do I wonder if & how I contribute to her reactivity? Do I think she wouldn't be so reactive had I adopted her when she was a puppy (I rescued her at what we guess was 2 years old)? But I remind myself that 'reactivity' can be a complex description & its sources even more complex. -NEVER leave your dog unattended while she is on the treadmill. Dogs learn differently just like one person can learn differently from the next. -If you drop a treat while the treadmill is running, quickly get your dog's attention & offer another!
I avoid busy walking times to minimize the chances we'll run into other dogs. Sometimes I just want to take a calm walk with my dog! The outdoors brings tons of changing stimuli, often including your dog's triggers (i.e. You may find that as you work to manage your dog's reactiveness, this is a less stressful way (for you both) to exercise your pooch. ;) - It's easy to teach & their love of 'treading' is natural. & focusing to stay on the treadmill & keep moving is work - in a good way. Plus, you'll never leave your dog unattended while she's treading (right?! You'll always be on hand to stop the machine if need be.