Fear Of Men

There’s an old saying—a dog that’s been burned is afraid of a cold stove—and there’s some truth in it. Because dogs live by their instincts, it can take as little as one bad experience with something to make a dog forever fearful of anything similar.

Client Session Video Footage

Does your dog go crazy when you leave? Here's what to do!

Here's a video from my good friend Zak George on one of his house calls with a new client. 

How to keep your dog safe and at ease when the fireworks start

Some dogs have no problem with the sight and sound of fireworks if they’ve been desensitized — hunting dogs, for example, grow used to the sounds and smells of hunting rifles and gun powder. Most dogs, however, are not used to these things, so the Fourth of July can be a particularly stressful holiday for dogs and their humans alike.

Student Question

Persistent Dog Anxiety And Fear

I have a two-year-old Pomeranian who is afraid of everything; and so worried about things falling on him. Although since I've had him (about one year), nothing has fallen on him. He even approaches his food dish as if a snake will attack at any minute.

Did somebody say ‘V-E-T’?

How many of you have experienced this scenario? It’s the day of your dog’s vet appointment. You haven’t said a word about it, but when it comes time to go, your dog is nowhere to be found — until you look in a closet or under the bed. Or, if your dog doesn’t hide, he won’t go to the car with you even though riding in the car is normally one of his favorite things and you wind up having to drag or carry him out.

Pawfessor Dion's Advanced Training

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If everything else hasn't worked and your dog is still afraid of sounds and people sign up for my FREE advanced email course. This includes some of the most advanced training lessons and resources I have. It will work for your dog if you follow my instructions. I GUARANTEE IT!