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Handout – When and How to Do BAT

Behavior Adjustment Training isn’t just for fear and aggression in dogs. You can use it with all kinds of behavior problems and all kinds of species, like horses, birds, etc. It’s not perfect for every situation, though, so it’s important to know when and how to use Behavior Adjustment Training.

I just made a handout that you can use with your own dog or that dog trainers can print out for clients. The one requirement is that you leave my contact information on there and do not post it electronically to websites, etc., but you can link to it. Just right-click the link below to copy the URL for your own website.

You can download the Behavior Adjustment Training Handout here.

Written by Grisha Stewart, Ahimsa Dog Training, Seattle [Slashdot] [Digg] [Reddit] [del.icio.us] [Facebook] [Technorati] [Google] [StumbleUpon] Tweet This Post!
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4 Responses to “Handout – When and How to Do BAT”

  1. Top Dog Blogs « pawsitive dogs Says:

    [...] Dog Training – excellent training info written by the trainer who developed BAT, an innovative and effective way of helping reactive and fearful [...]

  2. Molly Says:

    I just wanted to say thank you for posting this – its so awesome that you make all this great information free to everyone. Thanks!

  3. Reba: dog aggressive - Ideas for solutions and tracking her progress - Pet Forums Community Says:

    [...] I would look into BAT training for this as it is absolutley perfect. You can check out BAT here and I really recommend that you join the BAT list called functional rewards too. Click to Calm by [...]

  4. Vrrrrooom! – Calm in the Car « pawsitive dogs Says:

    [...] reward the dog (with distance from the car) if he is calm and showing subtle signalling (this uses BAT training).  Start playing and other simple, fun exercises away from the car.  With regular approaches and [...]

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