How do I teach Brody to stay away from my husband without giving him the impression that Daddy is dangerous? We've worked long and hard to get Brody more comfortable with all the people who live here, so that he's not barking at them for walking around or talking. He still does this sometimes, but the biggest problem is that he wants to check Daddy out all the time, and Daddy doesn't want him anywhere near. This is made worse by summer weather because hubby can't stand wet noses or tickly whiskers touching his bare legs. Sometimes Daddy puts Tiger Balm on his legs for muscle pain, and this seems to make him more attractive to Brody. But the more I call Brody away from him (Brody won't listen to Daddy at all ... no bond ) the more he sees him as a curiosity, or something to be afraid of, and he's started up the barking again. I have taught "leave it" but it only seems to work for food on the floor. Is there a good way to generalize that cue for other things, like people?