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Dog Training Tip: Prevent Dog Fights and Anxiety – Just Breathe

Dog Training Tip - Prevent dog fights and anxiety

Prevent dog fights and anxiety  – learn to use breathing  to effectively communicate and direct your dog… Dogs in the same household that are getting in to fights are doing so for very specific reasons – this is true regardless of whether you can or cannot identify a reason for the fight. The same is true for other reactive behaviors …

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Factors That Influence Dog Behaviour

Factors that affect dog behavior

Behavior – ‘good’ and ‘bad’ is created, enabled, influenced and maintained by a series of  interconnected elements including but not limited to… Inherited traits and Acquired traits that define the individual as a unique being these can be subtle variations or obvious variations between individuals Environmental influences (animate, inanimate) past, present and anticipation of future societal beliefs regarding the canine …

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Dog and Puppy Psychological Rehabilitation

Ottawa Valley Dog Whisperer Training

If your puppy or dog is exhibiting high levels of stress, insecurity and anxiety, aggression, obsession your canine is in distress. You and your canine require assistance as soon as possible. High intensity and red-zone behavior can develop at any age  and may be seen in early puppy-hood to teenage or adult dogs. High intensity behavior may be triggered by …

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Dog and Puppy Behaviour Modification Training

Dogs at play

If your puppy or dog is starting to exhibit signs of stress, insecurity and anxiety you and your canine require assistance as soon as possible. Insecure, anxious behavior will escalate if not addressed properly. Insecure, anxious behavior can develop at any age  and may be seen in early puppy-hood to teenage or adult dogs. Insecure anxious behavior may be triggered …

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Dog Behaviour Training Assessment Scale

Social behaviour

Introduction Our Dogs, Our Selves Most of us humans are not born leaders –  we must consciously work hard to acquire leadership skills  – the same is true for our canine companions. We can become anxious and stressed in the absence of well-grounded structure and guidance – the mentoring that we require as individuals to become confident, stable beings.  The …

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