How is it possible to use POSITIVE METHODS for FEAR, REACTIVITY and AGGRESSION in Dog Training?

How is it possible to use POSITIVE METHODS for FEAR, REACTIVITY and AGGRESSION in Dog Training?

This video discusses how trainers who don’t use any forms of intentional physical or psychological intimidation create behavior modification plans for issues such as fear, reactivity, anxiety, aggression and over-arousal, that are focused on training the dog how they should behave as well as changing the dog’s emotional state which often times is the root of the behavioral side effect. This video also touches on how too much stess and other behavioral issues can be the cause for some dogs behavioral issues, and how it is important to look at the dogs full history before creating a training plan. I will create more how to videos on this subject. I did not touch on the topic of how genetics and personality can also be the reason behind dog’s fearful or aggressive behavior but will at a later date.

I used the term Positive Methods to mean training without the intentional use of physical or psychological intimidation. A type of training called Progressive Reinforcement Training. You can find out more about it here:

Here is the PROTOCOL for Emotional and Behavioral Modification that I will get more into in up coming videos 🙂

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