I’ve heard the word red zone on tv, what does it mean ?
, Red is synonymous with danger and aggression, and that is what it symbolises here. If you have a red zone dog, you most certainly don’t need a definition. You already know.
Your dog might have aggression issues that manifest toward other dogs, or even people! Many of my clients with red zone dogs have seen me as their last hope. By understanding the psychology of dogs, I am able to pinpoint what needs adjustment.
It is important to learn how to time corrections, to stop your dog from escalating into a ‘red zone’. Dogs, like humans, stop listening when in a state of aggression. The key is to stop them from getting there in the first place. I will show you how to do this during my training courses.
Most of the dogs that I deal with have aggression issues.
My two-day Intensive training Course is perfect for dogs who have shown aggressive or dominant behaviours as you need to be involved with their training to get the best results.
Many of the clients that call me for advice think that their dog needs Residential Training, but in most cases their dogs behaviour can be changed during the Two Day Intensive Training Course. Most problem behaviours exist between the owner and their dog, so it is that relationship that needs fixing, this can be worked on during the Two Day Intensive Training Course.
I do not use fear or food based training. We simply repeat good behaviours, whilst discouraging bad ones. My techniques work and if you are prepared to put in the time, your dog (who may have had issues for years) may be a reformed character. But Of course I can’t offer any guarantees with regards to outcome this will all depend on your commitment to change.
Contact: Jo Sault 07738 484493 (Calls preferred please , if I can't answer please leave me a voicemail and I will return your call within 24-48 hours).