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Reactive, Skittish, Dangerous Dog Support Group

Community • Owners of reactive, skittish, and dangerous dogs can join this Facebook support group.

A photo of Walter, a dangerous dog that was taken in and successfully rehabilitated by the group’s founder.

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 in joining must answer questions such as how they discovered the community and topics they’d like to discuss. Members with pending approval must also be subscribed to at least one of Arf Arf Bark Bark’s social media accounts: YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

Who’s behind it?

Arf Arf Bark Bark Rescue Foundation, a non-profit organisation created by dog trainer James Tsai. It advocates for animal welfare by rehabilitating and downtraining dogs.

What makes this group unique?

Community members are encouraged to share their stories and post pictures of their dogs so that Tsai can give the proper downtraining advice.

How can I join the community?

Find the group here. Click the “Join Group” button, follow the prompts to answer admin criteria, and wait for approval.

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