Dog owners struggling with lunging, barking, spinning, growling, freezing (and so on) at:
... when their dog is on leash!
VALUE: 600$ of Dog Training Content for ONLY 250$ CAD
Reel-In Leash Reactivity
Starting Point for Leash Reactivity
Management for Success
Harness and Equipment
Why is my dog upset?
Not-Upset but Unmet Needs
Why is my Dog Reactive?
How Dogs Learn
Desensitization and Counter-Conditioning
Training an Alternate Behaviour
Yes and Feed
Finding Reinforceable Moments
Why Leash Skills are Important
Eye Contact and Heel Exercise
Turn and Go for Management
Putting it All Together
Watch me Frontloading Exercise
Working Through a Training Plan
Watch Me Steps 1-7 (split up into 3 chapters)
Each chapter breaks down each step and tips along the way on how to move through the exercises if your dog is needing additional steps to get it. Exclusive content - chapter content details: videos (total 3:53, 12:53, 1:37 - respectively) and two downloadable handouts
Training Reactivity in Real Life
Desensitization in Practice for Reactivity
The Behaviour Modification Plan
Story of a Reactive Dog - Phife
Parameter Building for Reactivity
Finding Flexibility Each Day
Current Additional Chapters (and still growing and adding to this library):
Nicole has been working with dogs since 2011. She started operating a small scale dog walking company, later expanding it to a corporation, employing a small team of fellow dog lovers and dog training enthusiasts.
Upon her journey with Sparky's Comrade Inc. she became heavily invested in learning more about dog wellness and behaviour. Her journey to become a force free and positive reinforcement trainer started there. She enrolled in The Academy for Dog Trainers in hopes of gaining an in-depth understanding of Applied Behaviour Analysis as well as a foundation of its application to Dog Training... and things snowballed from there:
Other Seminars and Certifications:
The basis of Nicole's education and experience is centered around working with dogs who struggle with Separation Anxiety and Fear-Aggression based behaviour problems. She is most passionate about working with dogs that have a bitey-barky way of saying 'no thanks, I'm scared' and those that find being left alone is scary. Her compassion for working so well with clients in these areas of difficulties comes from her own struggles with her dog Peanut. A nearly 10 year old foxy-gremlin who has a lot to say, and packs a lot of punch when she's uncomfortable. Be prepared for some relatable Peanut stories when meeting with Nicole and know you are NOT ALONE!
Weekly Coaching Sessions: