Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts, Part V: The Big To-Do(s)

2014-04-11T03:18:36+07:00

Canine Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts Part V: The Big To-Do(s) Finally, a few big "Dos" for your fearful or anxious dog: 1. Obedience exercises. Fearful dogs in trigger situations can be helped [...]

Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts, Part V: The Big To-Do(s)2014-04-11T03:18:36+07:00

Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts, Part IV: Avoiding Avoidance

2013-10-13T18:00:46+07:00

Canine Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts Part IV:  Avoiding Avoidance 1. Don't avoid! Don't cross the opposite side of the street when you spot your dog's arch-enemy coming your way; don't chart walks [...]

Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts, Part IV: Avoiding Avoidance2013-10-13T18:00:46+07:00

Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts, Part II: Leashing Up

2013-08-11T18:53:15+07:00

Canine Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts Part II:  Leashing Up 1. Don't use a back-clip harness, unless your dog's physiology requires it for health/safety reasons. (Physiological reasons might include a weak trachea or [...]

Fear/Anxiety Dos and Don’ts, Part II: Leashing Up2013-08-11T18:53:15+07:00

Seminar On Canine Fear/Anxiety

2013-08-11T18:53:16+07:00

Counterconditioning and the Flight Response Anthony Newman, Calm Energy Dog Training FIDO Lecture, 6/14/12 How many people here own fearful, or anxious dogs? This is an are extremely common issue for dogs in a [...]

Seminar On Canine Fear/Anxiety2013-08-11T18:53:16+07:00

Training Calmness

2013-08-11T18:53:16+07:00

Why are other dogs splashing in my bath? And now for a report long overdue ... The Calm Energy clan had an awesome funny & sunny time at Brooklyn Bark's 2012 [...]

Training Calmness2013-08-11T18:53:16+07:00