Does your dog get over excited when visitors arrive?
Do they bark everytime someone comes to the door?
Do they bark in the garden or do zoomies or dig holes in your lawn?
Are your walks becoming difficult because your dog gets over aroused or anxious?
Introducing more calm activities and encouraging calm behaviours from your dog can really have an impact on your dogs general well being and reduce reactivity to certain events in their day.
In this workshop we will discuss what events may be effecting your dogs behaviour and how we can change your dogs emotional response to some of these. We will look at how we can help your dogs to be calm in certain situations and environments, as well as proactively training calm behaviours so your dog has more choices available to them. We will also look at capturing calmness and how this can encourage your dog to choose to be calm in the future.
What will be covered?
- Passive calming activities
- Introduction to calmness protocol
- Training games that promote calmness
- Scenting games
What is included?
- One month access to the Online Canine College including 'Whistle While you Walk'
- JR Pet Products Training Treats
The workshop will last one and a half hours with a short tea/coffee break. Please note there are no toilets at the training field.
Training venue: Church Lane, Stapleford, SG14 3NB
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