The Kim Richards’ pit bull drama seems far from over as another trainer who claims to have recently works with Kingsley is revealing that Kim is to blame for the dog’s behavior.
â€œThat dog has an issue with resource guarding,â€ the trainer says. â€œResource guarding means that they have a resource and they guard it. Usually the counter-condition and the cure is to remove the resource. If it is a tennis ball, or a bone, or a dog toy, you remove it and then you reintroduce the resource slowly.â€
â€œThe problem with Kingsley is that the resource is Kim,â€ the expert, who wanted to remain anonymous continues.
â€œWith Kingsley, if you go anywhere near Kim or in her proximity, he just goes into attack-mode,â€ the trainer tells RadarOnline. â€œThat is dangerous. We wouldnâ€™t call this a protection dog, we call it an attack dog.â€
â€œHer dog had trainers prior to me, and everything they did, they did wrong because they did not diagnose the dog correctly with the issues that he actually had,” the trainer insists. â€œThe problem with previous trainers is that they removed the dog instead of removing Kim.â€
â€œShe loved on it so much that she never laid down boundaries and with an empty-nester like Kim, where people are leaving the home, that dog attaches itself to its owner,â€ the expert adds. â€œThat dog is a male. Kim is a female. There is a lot that has to do with that as far as dog as the dogâ€™s willingness to protect.â€
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