Reactive dog? Learn how you can leave it up to the dog to solve it through Natural Conflict Resolution.
In a micro managing world we sometimes try to control everything and everyone, especially our dogs.
From the author of “Instinct Leading to Balance and Obedience”, let’s revisit the simple notion of building a strong bond and relationship with our canine friends by “Stopping the crazy control tendency and letting the dog show us how better training is accomplished ” .
…Course should be mandatory…
“How better bond building and less intervention can enhance more obedience and successful training” Here Less is Better
Instructor: Catherine Harvey, CPDT-KA
Prerequisites – An open mind.
Overview –Have you ever looked at your dog and thought: “There must something more than just giving a command and my dog obeying me (or not). Professionals and dog owners know that beneath the surface of our furry friends, someone special is hiding and is wanting to be discovered. Have you ever wondered:
- Who is my dog?
- How can I know him better?
- How can I develop a great relationship?
- How can I improve my training with him, by respecting a few common sense rules?
- How can I see the world through his nose?
About this course: Instinct leading to balance and obedience is a 6 lesson course that will help the human companion better understand how to change the perspective of an unbalanced dog, and ultimately change its behavior through training your dog with trust and respect. The student will learn to stretch his training knowledge by letting go of certain traditional methods, to favor more natural and rapid ways to change a dogs’ demeanor. Reactive dog? Learn how and when to leave it up to the dog to solve it through Natural Conflict Resolution. You’ll learn that trust and respect in the human canine relationship are paramount for success. This will lead us to explore natural conflict resolution, and how dogs can help each other when human interaction is kept to a minimum. Each lesson will have a quiz and homework and at the end a final written exam.
- Reactive dog behavior change
- Address your dog’s instinct
- How mirror neurons influence your dog’s behavior.
- How do I gain respect from your dog?
- Enjoy a rewarding walk with your companion.
- Creation of a non existent conflict.
- Learn to read your dog body language.
- Natural conflict resolution.
- Strategies for rehabilitating an abused dog.
Course Length: 6 sessions
Course Cost –
For Credit – $110.00
For Audit – $40.00
*Cost Notes: If you need a Certificate or CEUs, purchase the “For Credit.” If you are taking this course for your own information and do not need a Certificate or CEUs, purchase the “For Audit.”
CCPDT – 4 CEUs
IAABC – 4 CEUs
NADOI – 4 CEUs
Homework and Assessment (For Credit only – relevant CEUs and Certificate can be earned)
- There are a total of 30 quiz question relating to all of the sections in the class plus 6 written homework assignments (For Credit only).
- No video homework is required for this course.
For Credit- You will have access to this course for 4 months from the date of registration. Extra time must be purchased.
For Audit- You will have access to this course for 2 months from the date of registration.
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