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Video – Dealing with Distractions

$60.00

In my blog article titled, “Dealing With Distractions” I go into detail about why the three things nearly all dog owners do when their dog goes over threshold, ALL make the behavior worse over time. Once your dog goes over threshold, ANYTHING you do at that point, other than immediately remove your dog from the situation and let him calm down on his own, will make the behavior worse over time. You need to approach these situations in a way that keeps your dog from getting worked up in the first place. I show you how to do that in this video along with How To Safely Get Your Dog Out Of Situations If He Is Over Threshold. Dealing with Distractions is broken into two parts. Part 1 is 35 minutes long. In Part 1 I review everything from The Basics videos and show new techniques for “How To Go Through The Door On The Leash”, and “How To Get Your Dog To Follow You When You Start Walking”. In Part 2, which is 70 minutes long, I show you how to respond to leash reactivity in a way that will make the behavior go away over time — along with How To Safely Get Your Dog Out Of Situations If He Is Over Threshold.

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You need to have already watched “The Basics” videos BEFORE you watch this video! Loose leash walking is the MOST effective way to get the message across to your dog that you’re the one in control and when you tell him to do something he needs to listen, and also to give your dog what he needs to feel secure and be happy. This video is all about loose leash walking. I cover everything in this video that I would cover in a typical second session where I meet a client and their dog in-person, but this video is only $60 and I charge up to $250 to meet in-person. In these videos I show you how to respond to leash reactivity in a way that will make the behavior go away over time. In my blog article titled, “Dealing With Distractions” I go into detail about why the three things nearly all dog owners do when their dog goes over threshold, ALL make the behavior worse over time. Once your dog goes over threshold, ANYTHING you do at that point, other than immediately remove your dog from the situation and let him calm down on his own, will make the behavior worse over time. You need to approach these situations in a way that keeps your dog from getting worked up in the first place. I show you how to do that in this video along with How To Safely Get Your Dog Out Of Situations If He Is Over Threshold. Dealing with Distractions is broken into two parts. Part One is 35 minutes long. In Part One I review everything from The Basics videos and show new techniques for “How To Go Through The Door On The Leash”, and “How To Get Your Dog To Follow You When You Start Walking”. In Part Two, which is 70 minutes long, I show you how to respond to leash reactivity in a way that will make the behavior go away over time — along with How To Safely Get Your Dog Out Of Situations If He Is Over Threshold.

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