How To Reduce Anxiety Or Aggression In Your Fearful Dog

· February 16, 2019 2

How To Reduce Anxiety Or Aggression In Your Fearful Dog


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Top Dog Advanced

Program Content

What You’ll Learn


Concepts To Start – Introduction To Training


Dog Speak – Body Language And The 5 Senses


The Proper Use Of Treats – And Knowing When to Quit!


“Leave It” – The Problem Behavior Tool

  • Teaching Alternative Behaviors
  • Increasing Distractions

“Sit” And “Free” – Wait to be Excused


Release Words – Work Time and Free Time


“Down” and “Settle”Practice Calm Doggie Yoga


  Walking At Heel – Stop Pulling for Good

  • Mastering Your Heeling Turns
  • Teaching Automatic Sits
  • Positive / Negative Markers

The Stay Sway – Extending Your Distance


Teaching “Come” The Best Game

  • “Come” for Young Puppies
  • Come When Called

The Power of “Place” More Doggie Yoga


The Three “D’s” – Around Town

  • Adding Distance Duration
  • Adding Distraction

PLUS:


Trainer Chat Support

Multimedia Experience

All Sizes And Breeds 

Personalized Certificates

Top Dog Advanced

Advanced Results Guaranteed 

Affordable Pricing


 3 Day Trial Period for only $4.99

THEN 

Two (2) Equal Payments of $109 for LIFETIME ACCESS!


Or, click here to skip the trial and pay only $199!

Superior Results Can Be Yours In As Little As Four Weeks!

 We do it in three at L.A. School for Dogs…

Leash Walking Without Pulling… Does This Really Exist?

Yes, and we will show you how!

First-Time Responsiveness!

Sit, lay-down, come, stay etc. the first time you ask!

Patience – AKA “Impulse Control”. 

Waiting for permission to greet people or be excused. 

Come When Called

The first steps before moving to off leash!

Lose The Treats!

Knowing when to cut the cord!

And So Much More!

WHY PEOPLE LOVE
L.A. SCHOOL FOR DOGS

Three Happy Families Share Their Stories

Jennifer Mann

Known by her clients and friends as their ‘doggie-guru’, Jennifer Mann is a credentialed Certified Professional Dog Trainer. She has been working in dog and puppy training, obedience, socialization and behavior modification for 20 years.