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Some dogs find being on lead very restricting.  If they are of a nervous disposition they often feel that they must protect themselves and their owner from approaching danger.  Since the dog is unable to get away or show the correct body language they quickly use the most appropriate behaviour, barking ....

Understanding this you can see why taking a dog into a confined space with their worst fear, other dogs, drives the dog into a barking frenzy which then puts the dog trainer in a position of having to manage a barking dog.  Dogs bark very loudly which means that the other attendees are unable to hear and learn from the dog trainer.  

We have a very natural solution to this problem which has proved successful over and over again  ....

This is a video of Samson. 

 

Which one do you think is Samson's problem?

We believe that most dogs are reactive on lead because they either;  Samson ....

 

Does not know that he is a dog and is frightened by approaching dogs

 

He is desperate to interact with other dogs and the adrenalin released causes barking or

 

He is responding to how his mum and dad is thinking and feeling

Wookie used to be grumpy around dogs especially if he is on lead nobody really knew why ...

Brenna was so scared that she couldn't protect her Dad that she would bark at other dogs to keep them away from her.

Have a dog that you can be proud of and take anywhere!

Is your dog so reactive that you dare not try traditional training incase of problems or embarrassement?

Is traditional training helping you with your dog?

Have you been asked to leave a training venue or been the last dog attending?

Pip March 11

Our workshops have successfully rehabilitated many dogs that have serious behavioural issues.  We take a very different view to the mainstream on aggression  and offer bespoke training to actually help you with your dog's problems.

Albie 2 Brenna March 11 Bahle Coco paw print 2 paw print 2 paw print 2