Over Reactive Dog

Webinar guide to dog reactivity

All dogs react to their environment. They are living, sentient creatures, interacting with new and interesting stimuli every day. However, some dogs have bigger reactions than we would like. This webinar style course gives a comprehensive view for why dogs behave that way and how to address it.

In this course, we will focus primarily on dogs reacting to other dogs in situations like passing other dogs while on leash or watching other dogs pass by the windows or fencing in their home. However, the principles in this course can easily be applied to dogs reacting to other people, bikes, skateboards, cars, squirrels, cats, (etc.) - any stimulus is worth working on, to help the dog become less reactive in their day-to-day lives.

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Kelsey Weber
Kelsey Weber
CPDT-KA, ABCDT (Certified Dog Trainer)

About the instructor

Hello, I am Kelsey Weber, CPDT-KA, ABCDT, CGC Evaluator, and PPG and APDT Professional Member. What that alphabet soup means is that I am passionate about continued education and making sure I am always using the most humane techniques, as well as the most updated scientific methods in my business. I signed an oath to use LIMA (least intrusive, minimally aversive) practices and am committed to applying force free methods to any behavior case I am called to assist with. 


I am happy to answer any questions you may have throughout the program, and am eager to help you and your dog become Pawsitively Trained!


Please visit the websites to learn more about me and my programs:

www.pawsitivelytraineddogs.com

www.pawsforresponders.com 

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