Humans are not genetically programmed for isolation. We must learn how to accept and function well in those situations especially ‘involuntary’ isolation. Dogs must learn this as well to prevent separation anxiety or hyper-attachment. It is not healthy to have high or prolonged stress when left alone. In addition, you may not wish to experience constant and/or high home repair bills or be forced to find a new place to live as a result of the destructive behaviours that may accompany this issue.
|Event Date||2018-07-22 14:00:00|
|Event End Date||2018-07-22 16:00:00|
|Registration Start Date||05-01-2018|
|Cut off date||2018-07-22 15:00:00|
|Location||TAG Dog Training & Education Centre|
Does your dog have a large ‘bubble’ of personal space? Is your dog better behaved off-leash than on-leash? Is your dog ‘selective’ about contact with people or other dogs? Can you identify the emotion that is driving the behaviour? This lecture/workshop will teach you to identify the emotion that is driving the behaviour and demonstrate effective leash handling skills to prevent or defuse the undesirable response. Learning when and how to use rewards in a timely and wise manner will provide long term reliability.
Phones are answered 9:00 AM - 6 PM Monday to Friday, weekends from 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM.