CANINE BEHAVIOR CENTER
Behavior Tip from Dr. Ilana Reisner, a Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist--A common misunderstanding is that dogs aggressive to strangers are protecting their owners. It's more likely, though, that they are protecting themselves - and are more expressive about it when their owners are with them because the aggression is socially facilitated, as in "I'm more brave because you're behind (or in front of) me!"
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A SOUND BEGINNING FOR SHELTER & RESCUE DOGS
CANINE BEHAVIOR HELP
HOW TO SELECT A LOCAL TRAINER
PUPPY START RIGHT PRESCHOOL SOCIALIZATION CLASSES AT DEER RUN
HOUSE & CRATE TRAINING FOR PUPPIES & DOGS
CHEW TOYS & FOOD TOYS
THE LEARN TO EARN PROGRAM OR NILIF!
NO-PULL FRONT CLIP HARNESSES
HEAD HALTERS & HOW TO USE THEM
LOOSE LEASH WALKING
KIDS & DOGS
Resource Guarding Rules from ASB
STORM & NOISE PHOBIAS
DOG FRIENDLY VET VISITS
DOGGY NAIL TRIMS
TRAINING DOGS TO ENJOY WEARING MUZZLES
REACTIVE DOGS & HOW TO HELP THEM
EIGHT WAYS TO CHANGE BEHAVIOR