YouTube channel • Improve your dog’s behaviour by watching these training videos. McCann Professional Dog Trainers has helped transform more than 100,000 dogs into well-behaved family members. The dog training facility aims to enrich the bond between dog and owner by sharing tips on their YouTube channel. What is it? The YouTube channel tackles dog… Continue reading McCann Dog Training
An eight-week online training plan for owners with reactive dogs.
Planet Paws presents well-researched articles and videos on pet health, pet nutrition, and DIY ideas for paw parents.
Fear Free Happy Homes is a free online resource created for pet parents to help prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in their pets.
The DOGTV channel features a continuous loop of three to four-minute videos scientifically developed to entertain your canine pets.
Anita Kelsey sits down with 16 experts to discuss a variety of topics ranging from feline psychology to cat training.
Split into 30 video lectures, this Udemy course prepares dog owners, dog trainers, and other professionals dealing with canines on how to properly handle reactive and aggressive dogs.
Offered by Duke University through Coursera, the Dog Emotion and Cognition course delves into the intriguing realm of dog psychology.
If you’re in search of a community that can provide you with tried and tested tips on how to care for a fearful and/or reactive dog, this could be the Facebook group for you.
Community • Owners of reactive, skittish, and dangerous dogs can join this Facebook support group. Do you own a dog that’s been described as reactive, skittish, or dangerous? This private support group found on Facebook allows you to connect with other dog parents in the same boat. What is the criteria for joining? People interested… Continue reading Reactive, Skittish, Dangerous Dog Support Group
Join this community to get ethical, science-based training and behaviour information that can improve your reactive and/or aggressive dog’s behaviour.
This private Facebook group offers best practice methods of desensitization, counterconditioning, and positive reinforcement for dogs and other species.