Is it embarrassing to have guests over because of your dog's behavior?
Is it a struggle to walk your dog around your neighborhood? Is your dog's barky/lungy behavior labeling them as the town terror?!
Is it a constant headache, trying to manage your dog's reactive behavior around the house (especially when you're on those important calls!)?
All dogs react to their environment. They are living, sentient creatures, interacting with new and interesting stimuli every day. However, some dogs have bigger reactions than we would like. These webinars will give you a comprehensive view for why dogs behave that way and how to address it.
In these webinars, we will focus primarily on dogs reacting to other dogs in situations like passing other dogs while on leash or watching other dogs pass by the windows or fencing in their home. However, the principles in this course can easily be applied to dogs reacting to other people, bikes, skateboards, cars, squirrels, cats, (etc.) - any stimulus is worth working on, to help the dog become less reactive in their day-to-day lives.
I have worked through reactivity with my personal dogs (all 4 of them!)
and I can't wait to help you see positive results with your own dogs.