How to Be the Leader of Your Pack

Sheila and her family have two Shelties - one in particular wants to be in charge - and the family is finding this behavior annoying. She wants to be first out of the door, she rushes ahead while on walks and barks people, she sometimes body checks the other dog, and she bites too. Stanley observes that the family is inadvertently teaching their dogs to be dominant. He shows them what not to do, and what to do, so that they can take back the leadership role in the family.