shy, timid or cautious dogs avoid people, sounds, certain kinds of situations,
etc. that frighten them. Often it is a personality trait ingrained in their DNA, it can also be a learned behavior for their past. They may seem
depressed or disinterested and sometimes lunge or do barking displays to make
what they’re afraid of go further away. Signs of fearful, shy, timid or
cautious dogs may be one or all of the following:
Ears flattened back to the head.
- Cowering posture.
- Shying away from interactions with other dogs and/or people.
- Tail tucked between the legs.
- Panting or shaking.
- Dilated, glassy eyes.
- Skulking, pacing, hiding, or escaping.
- Whining or barking.
- Raised hackles.
- Fear of eye contact.
- Sneering, nipping or biting.
- Submissive urination.
you’ve decided to share your life with a shy dog, take heart. This class will
provide you information and techniques that can help you understand what your
dog feeling and give you direction to help your furry friend. Some of the many
topics that will be covered are:
is my dog like this?
my dog get better?
can I do to help my dog with their fears?
and participate is confidence building activities.
coming to class make sure you have a few instruments to help you and your pet
decent sized bag of high rewarding treats for your hungry dog.
regular leash, four to six feet in length.
easy walk harness.
To Register for Classes Please Contact Shelley Kuglin at:
2018 Classes 2018 ($50/dog)
Classes will be Scheduled Soon!!!