When other dogs are present, take your dog to the dog park to test whether it can still attend and adhere to your rules of play.
Ask others to play with your dog using the same tone and toys.
Watch how your dog responds to directions from a young child, who may not have the same authoritative tone as you do.
Make sure your dog is at ease in your home and appears to have a good relationship with everyone who interacts with it on a daily basis, including you.
Drop it, come, and fetch are just some of the commands you'll be employing.
Expose your dog to the situations and people it'll encounter regularly. If necessary, retrain those people and situations.
Start by praising or rewarding your dog's toy interest. You can hide treats in tug toys or smear peanut butter on balls.
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