Many behavioral problems are caused by misunderstandings between dogs and their owners.
We humans often forget to trust our instincts and instead prefer to overthink things. By doing so, we often miss the opportunity to address issues with our dogs in a timely manner. It is important to rely less on thinking and more on feeling.
Embark on the adventure of understanding dog psychology - it is truly rewarding! Learn to better comprehend your dog and communicate with them through energy and body language. This will help establish a balanced relationship between you and your dog. Together, we will identify the underlying causes of your problems and work towards solving them through personalized dog training.
Achieve a stress-free life with your dog!
- you want to understand your dog
- you want a relaxed dog
- you want to communicate with your dog in his language
- you want to learn from the dogs
- you are ready to develop yourself
- you are looking for individual dog session
- you want to give your dog the leadership it needs
- you want to work on your self-confidence and trust in your dog
Who have I learned the most from?
The answer is dogs!
This is trust and lead, your online or on-site dog school.
Here, you will receive a unique blend of dog psychology and training techniques.
Learn to truly understand your dog!
"The most rewarding aspect of my work as a dog psychologist is establishing a strong foundation of trust between the dog and its owner. Take the lead and your dog will thank you."
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1. Pulling the leash
Does your dog go for a walk with you? Not paying attention to your while walking? Goes his own way and makes his own decisions? These are signs of an imbalanced relationship between dog and owner that we should work on and improve. Learn to walk your dog relaxed and on a loose leash.
Does your dog tend to be afraid? In extreme stressful situations, dogs have the option to fight, flight or freeze. The aim is to find the fear triggers, reduce the stress and communicate to the dog that his human is looking out for him. Most people tend to feel sorry for anxious dogs and this do nothing to improve the situation. I would be happy to explain why this is so and what you have to do to help your dog.
Does your dog bark at other dogs or people on walks? Your dog barks at the door or even at you in certain situations? Excessive and prolonged barking indicates the dog is stressed. Instead of fighting the symptoms, we have to find the cause and fix it. What is behind it: insecurity, frustration, fear or even aggression?
Aggression is something normal and even necessary in nature. Growling, showing teeth or snapping are used for communication. Of course, this is not desirable when living together with humans and often indicates misunderstandings in communication. If the dog has already had success with hurtful behavior, muzzle training should be carried out before the trainer comes. In which situations does your dog show aggressive behavior and how do you react?
Is your dog always on the move? Almost never or very little sleep? Jumping or running around uncontrollably? These are signs of hyperactivity and mean we should help your dog. An important part of training is impulse control.
FOR A RELAXED,
HAPPY AND BALANCED DOG!