Scaredy Dog! Book and Reactive Dog Classes Dvd Combo

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a whole world of possibilities opens up
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Ali Brown
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Tanacacia Press


This book helps dog owners and trainers to understand the reactive dog and help him change for the better. The process is easy to grasp, and once the changes begin to take shape, owners become so encouraged that improving their dog's behavior suddenly becomes fun and exciting! If your dog can't pay attention to you in public places, doesn't behave like a good member of the family when guests visit, and looses control when other dogs are nearby, this book has a lot to offer.

All training methods and classroom techniques are non-force and based on developing a working relationship' with your dog. Easy to read and understand, 148 pages, with 68 photographs and graphics to help you improve behavior and solve problems.


Whether you are teaching a reactive class, a student in one, or working on your own, this DVD will show how to use positive reinforcement, shaping, and classical conditioning to help your dog learn to tolerate the world around him. There are no magic solutions to reactivity, but through working consistently in the manner in which you see here, a whole world of possibilities opens up, often possibilities unforeseen. Take this opportunity to change the way you perceive your dog's reactivity.

What you'll find on the DVD

Introduction to reactive classes and 16 exercises
Diagrams show the movement of the dog/handler teams
Most exercises done by real students in class environments
All the exercises are simple and easy to do
Each exercise is indexed on the disk
What to learn before you start
Exercises easily customized to individual dogs' needs
Help for your dog in dealing with everyday environments
Help with dog sport (agility, rally, etc.) environments
Over one hour of instruction

What you WON'T find on the DVD

Complicated technical jargon
Exercises that create stressful or threatening situations
No charts, glossaries, power point slides

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