HE B IRON- STRONG AND CONFIDENT K9 TRAINING

HELPING OWNERS UNLEASH THEIR DOG'S TRUE POTENTIAL

THE WORLD IS SCARY.... FEAR & REACTIONS

Explore and isolate source of fears…. then discredit them as not being a real threat for the dog.

  • Locate source of stress
  • Break down, create plan, explain in detail
  • Don't be fooled by size.... small concerns   can grown into larger and more complex   things in your dog’s eyes.
  • Understand development stages and how   they affect how your dog sees and reacts to   his world
  • Boundaries…what lines should never be       cross and how to handle such
  • Forgiveness
  • Learn your dog's process of handling   stress

Training aids:

  • Trainer dogs-      Dogs that show by example how to function correctly around stressful  environments. Dogs can learn good and bad behaviors from watching other dogs. Trainer dogs serve the as good examples and role models for impressible dogs. It is why visiting dog parks are responsible for dogs acquiring undesirable behaviors. Dogs should only watch well trained and social dogs’ behavior and problem solving techniques

  • Trainer animals-  Safe animals that help dogs understand how to control drive and work with distraction created by changing sensations to energy levels, scent,  and behaviors of unfamiliar animals. Rabbits, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and other animals are used to help dogs with fears and reaction issues.

  • Obstacles: -  Showing dogs how to conquer is more than just fun, it                                           builds the dog's belief in it's own abilities. Ramps, tunnels, scent work, jumps, platforms, searching games and vast vary  of other obstacles are fun and educational to helping a dog  become more rational thinking about the world around him.


HIGH ENGERY & DESTRUCTIVENESS

Is your dog driving you crazy and just exhausting you with it’s endless energy and personal demands upon your time? Don’t despair because there are programs that help dogs learn how to channel, redirect, and utilize their energy into productive directions and outlets. Did you know that engaging your dog’s mind is more demanding than physical exercise? Imagine what could be accomplished if you could use all that energy and redirect it into doggie mental games? It is a win win situation for both you and your dog! 

Dogs get bored and that boredom can lead to finding destructive methods to occupy it's time. Does your dog's physical needs being met? Does your dog understand what is his and what is yours? What is your dog's behavior telling you and how do you turn that behavior into something more fun, positive, and rewarding for both you and your dog? 

 LOST IN DISTRACTIONS

DOES YOUR DOG GET DISTRACTED?

Just like people, dogs can only take so much information and they will zone out to focus on something. It is extreme frustrating when your dog become obsessed on something and you loose all capability to control or get your dog's attention back. Sometimes the drive is stronger than the capability to harness, control, and redirect the energy it creates. This leads to a dog becomes the slave of it's own capabilities, drives, and desires because the dog's mind can't process all the data that is rushing and overloading it's limited capacity for data.  

THE MIND NEEDS EXERCISE 

MORE THAN PHYSICAL EXERCISE

  he mind is a very powerful muscle, but regretfully it is not given enough time in comparison to the focus placed into a dog's physical requirements. The mind needs exercise to develop endurance to problem solve, control, and harness it's power and how to successfully control it's own energy and all the stress created from the environment.