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Review

"A breath of fresh air. Emma Parsons's presents practical applications gained through years of experience." – Ken Ramirez, VP for marine mammal programs and animal training, Shedd Aquarium, Chicago
 

"Clear and easy "recipes" for success make Click to Calm a must read for pet class instructors and owners." – Fran Masters MEd, CPDT, NADOI, MasterPeace Dog Training
 

"Here is the soundest, kindest, and most practical advice available." – Karen Pryor, author, Don't Shoot the Dog!

Product Description

Positive Answers for the Aggressive Dog. The dog that bites. The dog that attacks other dogs. The dog who may not survive his own aggressive behavior. What can be done to help these dogs? When Emma Parsons, canine behavior consultant, discovered that her own dog was aggressive, she developed innovative and effective strategies to calm, alter, and re-shape his reactive displays, and those of her clients' dogs.

* desensitize your dog to approaching strange dogs 
* grab your dog's collar without getting bitten 
* teach dogs to perform canine calming signals on cue 
* use your own body language when under stress as a cue for your dog to remain calm

 

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