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Reactive Course

Learn How to Correctly Fix and Manage Your Dog’s Reactivity!

The Reactive Course Includes

How to Properly Communicate with Your Dog

How to Correct Reactive Behaviour

How to Stop Leash Pulling

Multiple Different Reactive Dog Examples

Handling a Reactive Dog at Home

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The Reactive Course Includes

How to properly communicate with your dog

How to correct reactive behaviour

How to stop leash pulling

Multiple different reactive dog examples

Handling a reactive dog at home

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This course is also available in the Reactive Rehab Bundle

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Introduction to the Course

Let’s talk bad behaviour.

This is the most realistic talk you are ever going to get on the internet about how to ACTUALLY fix bad behaviour.
We do not recommend this as a stand-alone course. This course will show you how to STOP the bad behaviour.  This will give you the breathing space to begin to train your dog and create real change. There can be no real change if all you do is punish the bad behaviour. All that does is give you time. Functional obedience as taught in our ELITE OFF-LEASH PACKAGE, structured play and re-framing your dog’s default stimulus response is what brings about REAL change. It takes work and consistency. You can get the Elite Off Leash Package and the Reactive Course together in the Reactive Rehab Bundle. LEARN MORE If you do not see your dog’s particular target in these videos, know that the process is exactly the same. Cars, dogs, people, bikes, etc. We correct the pulling and severely correct any reactive behaviour using the methods shown in the course.

Some of you may fail because you lack consistency. You may do things half-way, make excuses, are afraid to do what’s necessary and accept less than the best your dog is capable of as good enough. We have been doing this long enough to say this with complete confidence. Hopefully, if you are among this group, you can find a trainer that can help you in person.

Those of you who live in places where the Electric Collar is banned, the good news is that you do not need it to  correct reactive behavior. In lieu of an e-collar you can use a drag line of 2 to 12 meters attached to a pinch collar or choke chain depending on your dog’s level. Accept nothing less than the perfect dog and he or she will be that.

Equipment List

E-Collar (Optional)

Herm Sprenger prong collar (Optional)

Elevated pet cot

5–6-foot leash or slip lead

Treats or a toy

Videos

Lifetime access

Science-based approaches

Step by step instructions

Training for the real world

Hundreds of successful clients