If you’re looking for a quick n’easy recipe for a high-value treat to use with your reactive dog, look no further! Ingredients: 1/4 cup plain yogurt (can…Read More
Now that we know why our dog is barking at other dogs/people on walks and we have an idea of the best tools to use, let’s talk about what we actually need to DO to make it stop. Because the root of your dog’s reactivity is most likely fear (if it’s not, it’s frustration and that’s a bit of a different story), we have to get to that root, that emotion and change it before the outward behaviour can change.
This is where Pavlov comes in. It’s so simple, you might read this and smack your hand to your forehead.
What is it?
Counter conditioning is a simple, effective training technique to change a dog’s association with an object, animal, or person from a bad feeling to a good feeling.Read More