What do you think when you hear the word "dominant"? Most likely your family is not the fist thing you think of, and yet this is the first thing that is mentioned in a multi-dog home (more than 1 dog), when there is a conflict between dogs. Something like "oh he is being dominant", or "she is the dominant bitch here".
I am here to ask you to stop looking at your dogs and all dogs as dominant, submissive and so on. I realize that this is a heavy task to some degree, because s