Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity DVD

Bookmark and Share

Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity DVD

Do you have a Jekyll and Hyde dog at the other end of the leash? Is she wonderful with familiar dogs but barks and lunges at unfamiliar ones? Through slides, videos and live demonstrations, Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity will show you how to:

    •    Make neighborhood walks enjoyable again!
    •    Use Classical and Operant Conditioning like a pro
    •    Match the training method with the dog
    •    Turn away from trouble before it starts
    •    Stop other dogs from charging at your own dog


 
Price: $45.00
Quantity Price
1+ Item(s) $45.00
*Note:
Quantity:

A picture is worth 1000 words, and a DVD is worth even more; there’s nothing like seeing live training practices in action. This half-day seminar, taped in September 2010, includes a summary of both Classical and Operant Conditioning methods to help dog-dog reactive dogs. You’ll see several types of positive training techniques used on demonstration dogs (including “Watch,” “Look at That!,” BAT & CAT), and learn about the context in which they are most effective. Additional demonstrations & discussions illustrate what to do when unfamiliar dogs charge at your own, how to handle dog fights, and how to teach an “Emergency U-Turn” to get yourself out trouble before it begins.

Better Together! Order The Feisty Fido book along with the Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity DVD for additional support. When you’re not in front of your TV, this book is the perfect guidebook to treating on-leash reactivity.

Trainers & Behaviorists
An invaluable summary for consultants looking to compare different methods of positive-based behavior modification. This DVD is also an essential guide for your clients, increasing your effectiveness and their success by giving them clear examples of classical and operant conditioning. Let this DVD be there for your client when you can’t.

1st Time and Experienced Dog Owners
Equally useful for a novice or seasoned owner, Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity is a practical step-by-step visual that helps you understand your dog’s motivations and how to help him refocus his energies.  

Shelters/Rescues/Foster Homes
Increase the adoptability of fearful and reactive dogs in your behavior modification programs by using the simple tools provided in this DVD. Let Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity help ensure consistency once a dog is in a new home, and increase its chance for a successful placement.

Description: DVD
Publisher: McConnell Publishing Ltd.
Video Taped and Edited: Tawzer Dog Videos
DVD Release Date: November 2010
Location: Half-day seminar taped in Seattle, WA
Number of Discs: 2 DVDs, 1 CD-ROM
Run Time: 2 HRS 48 MINS

"As always, Dr. McConnell's seminar was the epitome of wit, warmth and wisdom."
-Kathy Sdao, MA, ACAAP, Bright Spot Dog Training


“This was the first seminar I got to see of Patricia's and I really enjoyed it. She gives a great starting point for working with on-leash reactive dogs as well as a summary of a few of the different approaches out there… a great starting point for learning some simple techniques for dealing with on-leash reactivity.”
-Nick Hof, CPDT-KA


“Dr McConnell says the more you have in your toolbox the better and
this is a very useful addition indeed! The material is clearly explained,
easy to put into practice right away. The demonstrations are excellent and apply to
different kinds of problems… Very happy with this purchase.”
-Trudie, Dogwise Reviews


"If you have a reactive dog, Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity DVD is the perfect addition to your training tool bag. Whether your dog is reactive to people, bikes or other "scary" stimulus, this DVD will guide you through the training process. Replace "dog" with whatever your dog fears and success will be on your horizon!"
-Amy Houselog Turner on Facebook


"Treating Dog-Dog Reactivity is an excellent resource for those like me that want to help the reactive dog.
I found the video clips, live demos, and specific training cues very helpful.
The DVD format the perfect teaching tool."
-Therese MacMillan on Facebook


 


You might also be interested in...