Leadership Chart

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Basic Need

Provided
(Owner fulfills
by own initiative
and schedule)
Entitled
(Dog fulfills
by free access
and soliciting)
Unprovided
(No predictable
fulfillment of
basic needs)
Affection

Will be effective for
relationship, training,
and prevention of
behavior problems.
Affection devalued as reward, demanding behavior,
increased risk of separation anxiety, overprotective of owner,
aggression when "not in the mood" to be pet,
aggressive when reprimanded by owner, stubborn to commands
Detachment from owner,
lack of motivation,
roaming
Play/Work

Will be effective for
relationship, training,
and prevention of
behavior problems.
Demanding behavior, possessiveness,
"stealing" human belongings,
guarding of areas where toys are kept,
devalue of toys as training rewards, stubborn to commands
Destructive behavior,
Pestering geriatric or unwilling dogs,
chasing cats, own tail, cars, or anything inappropriate,
leash biting, mouthing, many potential inappropriate outlets
Food

Will be effective for
relationship, training,
and prevention of
behavior problems.
Resource guarding of food and possibly the surrounding area,
picky eating, obesity,
destructive chewing,
treats devalued as training reward.
Destructive chewing,
roaming, malnutrition,
resource guarding
Resting Places

Will be effective for
relationship, training,
and prevention of
behavior problems.
Marking behavior, increased risk of separation anxiety,
aggressive behavior toward human "competitors" that go near resting places,
aggression toward humans that go on resting place,
aggression toward humans that try to remove dog from resting place
Marking behavior,
resource guarding,
aggressive behavior.
Outdoor Access

Will be effective for
relationship, training,
and prevention of
behavior problems.
Demanding behavior,
accidents when no one home,
marking behavior,
stubborn to commands
Marking behavior,
accidents when owner is home,
accidents when no one home

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