Dora the doxie's owner had a serious list of issues she wanted resolved with Miss Dora. Now that Dora is e-collar (AKA remote collar) trained, it will be much easier to manage her behavior in the home, as well as out of her home. Dora is not a super social butterfly. In this photo she is on the place command with Fin, the wheaten terrier. These two dogs have not spent any actual excited socialization time together, and they don't need to. They just need to simply exist around each other in order to behave as calm family dogs. That is what training a calm family dog is all about. Being able to include your family dog in your regular life without any drama. The "pay check" is inclusion. Dogs can be trained to use impulse control in order to make good choices, instead of fighting with other dogs, barking at dogs, jumping on, or even fearfully avoiding other dogs that cross their path. If you want to raise a calm family dog, you need to put effort into calmly interacting with your dog. Each time you interact with your dog, ask yourself, "Is this the behavior that I want to be reinforcing?" -You will get what you pet, and what behavior you allow, will continue.