Change Your Dogs Mind, One Step At A Time

Imagine this scenario:

You’ve been out walking with your dog and you start to see your friend who has their own dog, and yours can be a little off to start with, but eventually loosens up and is fine after a while . . .

You’ve experienced some concerns around your dogs behaviour and had a few near misses, after a few lunges and barks, but all has ended up being okay in the end.

Your dog and you can have amazing walks together. Deep conversations about life without any judgements.

Passionate expressions of excitement at the prospect of the outside world and mornings beating the sunrise for your upcoming adventures together.

It’s almost as though nothing in the world ever seems to matter but the two of you, when it’s just you two. 

Still there’s one thing that’s bugging you . . . 

You haven’t actually cracked the whole communications thing and your still on edge as to when they might lunge out again. 

Is it unpredictable? Are you inadvertently creating it? Are they trying to tell you something? 
You can’t quite put your finger on what the problem is, or why they seem to lose all recognition and focus to you, around other distractions. But you’d like to resolve it!

Have you ever come up against this situation?
Did you know that you can prevent 99.9% of reactions happening with your dog?

Oh yes, you can stop it in it’s tracks or better still, prevent it appearing all together. It’s all achievable when you learn the lingo.  

The truth is, you can communicate with your dog, when you know how they’re feeling. .  

I know how incredibly frustrating it can be when they take you by surprise, but stay with me here because it doesn’t have to be that way anymore.

I’m going to reveal a deep psychological truth about dogs that most owners will never know: 
Whether a dog reacts or not has a lot to do with their associations about their environment. 

negative association with a situation might look like this: DISTRACTION. DISTRACTION!!!! WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF…” and so forth  

positive association with a situation might look like this: “Ooh dog… ah well, I’ll just carry on with my mum instead. No big deal.”

Reactivity can be such a burden but you can start to feel lighter, when you can read what your dog is saying to you

The reason this is so important to grasp and understand is that this could make or break your long term life together. 

My job as a coach is to keep you two together and get you singing off the same hymn sheet.

Whilst I’d love to teach your dog English, it’ll be easier and a lot faster if you took the time to learn theirs, instead.

What you’re learning will help achieve maximum success and that will be extraordinary 

Welcome in more freedom, adventure, and the deepest joy moving forwards.

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