Is there something in your dog’s world that causes them to become reactive, aggressive, or just highly aroused?
Previous negative experiences – with either dogs or humans – can form a defense barrier in our dogs. Poor breeding or socialisation can set your dog off on the wrong paw. Pain or disease can leave your dog feeling very uncomfortable and vulnerable. There are so many reasons as to why our dogs end up showing their emotions in an active display of arousal. Our dogs aren’t doing this to give us, their protectors, a tough life. They need understanding and support to help them change their responses.
In this webinar, Caroline Wilkinson and Lisa Tenzin-Dolma look at the whole picture when it comes to reactivity. Lisa delves into the science behind these emotions – how memories are formed and emotions are created. Caroline then provides examples of ways you can practically help to support your dog – and yourself – creating better connections to support a change in your dog’s emotions.
This is a recording, there will be no opportunity to ask questions.