We will be hosting a two-day webinar to better understand, in detail, the causes, goals, and modification methods of high-arousal (excitement, anxiety, fear, stress, and aggression) behavior in dogs to build stronger relationships. This webinar is a four-hour power-point style presentation with pictures, videos, quizzes, and more! Due to the length of the presentation, we will be breaking it in half. The first two hours will be presented on Saturday, May 23rd from 11am-1pm. The second two hours will be presented on Sunday, May 24th from 11am-1pm. Attendees do not need to be present at the webinar in order to watch it. We will record the broadcast and you will have access to the recordings for two weeks from the date of broadcast. This will give you lots of time to rewatch and absorb the information as much as possible. While this webinar takes place over a two-day period, the full cost is only $20. 

In this seminar, you will learn:

Different management, DIY, and professional exercises so you can select what route is best for you and your dog.

How to help your dog feel comfortable around new and familiar people, dogs, places, etc.

How dogs learn – so that we can train them on what to do instead of barking, lunging, or hiding behind you.

Why understanding your dog’s unique way of communicating is important.

How dogs develop cognitively, emotionally, and socially and how we can use this information to best help overcome their reactive behavior.

How reading your dog’s body language keeps everybody happy.

Myths about high-arousal behavior, aggression, dog body language, socialization, and more!

Wondering if this workshop is for you?

Does your dog go “over the top” in seemingly normal situations?

Ever lunge, bark, growl, or seem overly excited when seeing people or other dogs (possibly only through a window or when on leash)?

Ever seemed timid, fearful, or nervous when meeting a new person or dog?

Get overly-stimulated, excited, or aggressive about fast-moving objects such as bicycles, squirrels, joggers, or cars?

Jump, bite, or nip at you in frustration that seems to exceed normal dog behavior?

Has your dog growled, showed teeth, snapped at, or bitten a guest or family member?

Does your dog struggle to relax, calm down, focus on, or listen to you, especially outside or in new situations?

Shown signs such as high-pitched repetitive barking/whining, panting, body stiffness, pacing, excessive jumping, or hyper-vigilant when uncomfortable?

Do you want to find out how to calm your dog down and increase the bond with your dog?

If so, this webinar is most definitely for you.

No matter where you are in your training, whether just beginning or a few months in, we can catapult you to a new level of success and understanding. Since this is a webinar, you’ll be able to watch in the comfort of your own home. Please help us spread the word to friends or family members that may need help achieving the same success with their dog.