A short course designed to provide a better understanding of who your Romanian dog is, why they are different to British dogs and what this may mean for you as pet parents. One of the most common things that can cause problems for new and even existing adopters, is not realising how and why your Romanian family member is different and the kinds of things you might expect in terms of behaviour.
When experiencing problems with Romanian dogs, this information can be invaluable in knowing that you may need to approach things in a slightly different way to take into account a Romanian Dog's Point of View.
The recording of my Mini Workshop for dogs that over react on walks aims to walk you through the blueprint of a plan that will help you understand the best things to do, to start seeing progress and how you can set your dog (and yourself) up for more positive experiences when out on walks.
It explains the advantages of following a structured process and taking a holistic approach, rather than simply trying to 'train away' the behaviour, which is rarely successful long term because it doesn't take into consideration all the internal elements - both physiological & emotional - that drive the external behaviour.
Your workshop includes a 30 page PDF workbook as well as quarterly live Q&A Zoom sessions so you can get the answers to the questions that come up for you as you work through the information & learning with your dog.
The recording of my Mini Workshop for dogs that overreact to visitors aims to walk you through an outline blueprint of a program that will help you set your dog up to start having positive visitor experiences and ensure you have the basic understanding & skills to support them as they learn they don't need to be concerned or upset when strangers come to the house.
Your Mini workshop also includes a 30 page PDF workbook you can download and work through as well as an invitation to join me for quarterly Live Q&A Zoom sessions to help you tailor the information to your specific dog & lifestyle situations.
Understanding the correlation between pain and behaviour is an incredibly important part of living with dogs, because obviously they can't tell us when they're uncomfortable because of joint pain, or their ears feel painful, or their tummy feels sore.
But actually, often they are telling us; In how they behave and in how they move (or don't as the case may be) as well as through many subtle signs that may seem insignificant to us if we don't know what to watch out for.
Certain aspects of their physical appearance can also give us clues, and an introduction to all of this is what we cover in this workshop.
Many adopters of Romanian and overseas rescue dogs struggle with this behaviour of 'planting' on walks and point blank refusing to move in any direction.
During this workshop I will aim to provide you with a deep dive into the 'Rommie Plant' behaviour.
What it is?
Why does it happen?
What does it mean?
How can you prevent it from happening? How do you handle it if/when it does happen?
Sarah Fishers ACE Free Work is a cornerstone activity that can be hugely beneficial for fearful, socially shy, and overreactive dogs. Free work can also be something that can help noise sensitive dogs, and dogs who tend to bark excessively at every tiny sound.
Once ACE Free Work is established as an activity, it can be used in a variety of ways to help fearful, nervous and anxious dogs grow in confidence and resilience. Not only can it help nervous dogs to move forward with the struggles they have, but it can also have a hugely positive impact on how they feel in general, helping to reduce daily baseline stress levels.
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