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Less Stress at the Vet - Mini Course

In this mini-course, we tackle the common worries dog owners have about vet visits. We explore why dogs get anxious at the vet, like past bad experiences or feeling unsure or uncomfortable with unfamiliar handling. Our goal is to give owners practical tools to help ease their dogs' fears and put their well-being first.

We focus on spotting the subtle signs of distress dogs show at the vet, like panting, whining, trembling, or trying to get away. By recognizing these signs, participants can respond effectively, using techniques from the course to help their pets feel calmer and have a better time at the vet.

Throughout the class, we stress the importance of boosting dogs' confidence and comfort. This not only makes them happier but also makes vet procedures smoother and safer. By creating positive experiences at the vet and teaching owners useful skills, we help them feel more confident advocating for their pets' health and strengthen the bond between them, their dogs, and the vet team.

In This Course You Will:

  • Be introduced to concepts to help reduce your dog's fear, anxiety and stress (FAS) and build confidence during veterinary visits

  • Learn to recognize signs of FAS Learn why reducing FAS is important

  • Get tips for communicating with your veterinarian

  • Receive a list of items to bring with you to promote decreased FAS

  • Learn safety and management techniques

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Consent in Care - Framework for a Successful Protocol


Our consent in care protocol can be used in a variety of situations your dog may struggle with, such as:

  • Administering medications such as eye drops

  • Grooming

  • Handling

  • Nail Care

  • Teeth Cleaning

  • Veterinarian Visits

This course teaches you how to train a step by step protocol using common care positions, such as a chin rest, nose touch, lateral down and middle position, plus how to use it in real life.

What You Will Learn:

  • Core Behaviors (“start button”)

  • Add duration to the core Behavior

  • Teach opt In/opt out

  • Introduce common vet and grooming tools

  • Add people to the care team

  • Use in real life

Does your dog lunge and bark at other dogs, skateboards, bicycles, or cars? Or freeze up on walks and refuse to move? Do you walk your dog late at night or early in the morning to avoid your dog’s triggers? Or maybe you’ve stopped walking your dog completely. In this online reactive dog training course, we’ll coach you through a step-by-step training plan so you can enjoy your walks again.

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Reducing Reactivity: On Demand
Your Online Guide to a LESS REACTIVE Dog!

Reducing Reactivity gives you and your dog the practical skills to get out and enjoy life!

Designed for all dogs - all ages and all breed will thrive with the skills learned in the course!
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What You Will Learn:

  • What are your dog's triggers

  • Recognize signs of stress

  • Manage reactive outbursts

  • Focus and engagement

  • Understand thresholds

  • Avoid trigger stacking

  • How to change your dog’s behavior

  • How to set up a training plan for long term success

  • How to handle encountering triggers

  • How to teach alternative behaviors

  • How to change your dog's emotions toward their trigger

  • How to better handle arousal 

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