Organic Socialization DVD - BAT for Aggression and Fear in Dogs by Grisha StewartThank You is not enough
JitterBug's Mom Susan - 01st May 2011
I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am to have found this program. I have a Reactive McNab and have tried 15, yes, 15 different methods until I found Grisha's B.A.T. I even fell for TV ads I was so desperate! I knew right away that this was the real deal. The very first session was a resounding success. Every moment I have I work with my boy and he's coming along fast. He's in agility, loves his coach and does great agility work but around others, he has not been reliable. With more BAT work, I'm hoping to trial him in September. We will see. Thank God for Grisha, I wish there were more common sense, real world training coaches like her but I'm thrilled to have found HER!!! Our BAT coach, Nancy in Eugene is an awesome teacher. She knows Grisha's teachings inside out. Thanks to you both although that hardly seems enough. Susan & JitterBug
Organic Socialization DVD - BAT for Aggression and Fear in Dogs by Grisha Stewart
- 29th April 2011
Grisha’s lecture along with her short clip videos offers the viewer a systematic approach to changing their dog’s reaction to distressing stimuli in the environment. It also teaches the dog handler to observe body language and which communication signals to watch for to determine progress.
This method, so simple in theory, operates on the environment in which the reactivity occurs. As the skill of the handler improves the use of desensitization and counter conditioning to a more appropriate response, changes the emotional state in how the dog reacts to perceived threats in his everyday life.
Quote from the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants DVD review: http://iaabc.org/dog/product-review-behavior-adjustment-training-for-fear-aggression-by-grisha-s
Organic Socialization DVD - BAT for Aggression and Fear in Dogs by Grisha StewartThank you!
Debi - 26th February 2011
I just wanted to say how grateful I am for the BAT Training you have made available on DVD. I missed the chance to see you here in Boise when you presented this training so its especially nice to have the DVD format for distance learning. My last dog was a 200 pound English Mastiff and Therapy dog named Eli who had no issues or troubles with anything, he was bullet proof. A year ago Eli passed away so I decided to adopted two Border Terrier puppies this past fall, a boy, Harry and a girl that I named Emsie. At 9 weeks of age, Harry was more shy and Emsie was super outgoing, even though I put a lot of emphasis on socializing both pups, i.e. puppy kindergarten and numerous outings and playdates with safe dogs, Emsie somehow began to develop fear reactions around a lot of things like other dogs, men, and many other things commonly found on an average walk. I remembered that I had been given your seminar flyer and decided to look up your work and I am so glad I did. I really appreciate your tips, guidance ...