Can you imagine taking a walk around the block with your dog and actually enjoying it?!
Having a dog that barks at everything or everyone is incredibly frustrating and can be embarrassing. Most likely you take your dog out at odd hours to hopefully avoid others and if you do come across someone else, your palms start sweating when you spot them. You love your dog, but you think to yourself, “WHY does he have to act this way?! WHY can’t my dog be like everyone else’s and relax and enjoy their walk?!”
We’ve been in your shoes and we want you to know you’re not the only one in this situation. Leash aggression and reactivity is an uphill battle with yourself, your dog, and your neighbors.
I am a student in Ines Gaschot’s online class, Leash Aggression Classroom. She has proven to be an extremely valuable resource for me while I work through reactivity issues with my dog. By pointing out a few important things, she has made a world of difference in our dog’s well-being. It is clear that Ines is very knowledgeable in dog training and behavior. It’s important to note she is equally adept in communicating and interacting with the people on the other end of the leash. There’s a stigma attached to having a reactive dog; the saying, “there are no bad dogs, only bad owners,” comes to mind. It is refreshing that Ines does not come from a place of judgment, but from a place of understanding and empathy. It’s clear she genuinely wants to help you and your dog get to a better place. Kristin P. ,
Welcome to the Leash Aggression Classroom – the online resource for all your leash reactivity dog training solutions.
Our online classroom reveals the skills needed for both ends of the leash to overcome this stressful behavior problem so that you can finally get back to enjoying time spent with your dog!
- Develop confidence while working with your reactive dog.
- Learn how to redirect your dog if they slip into a barking fit.
- Learn minute details about their body language so you can better understand their behavior.
- Build a new understanding of how your dog views the world around them.
- Learn about where your dog’s true threshold is.
- Most Importantly: Learn how to change your dog’s emotional response so that his outward reaction is completely different!
The written explanations and information are absolutely sound regarding reactivity, learning theory, and the science of behavior. The information clearly written and easily accessible for readers who aren’t dog professionals. Tena Parker,
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