Confidence Building Part 1 of 5: Noise Desensitization! Fearful Dog Training

Confidence Building Part 1 of 5: Noise Desensitization! Fearful Dog Training



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13 thoughts on “Confidence Building Part 1 of 5: Noise Desensitization! Fearful Dog Training”

  1. my dog is terrified with the sound of a chair being dragged.she is soo scared of the noice that she just disappears from my sight..and i have to find her…and when i do her heart beats as if she is going to have a heart attack…so i started doing the thing that the guy in the video said..and now when this happens she is sooo scared that a foodie rottweiler like her stops eating anything for the entire day..so now my question is should i continue this going on or will i give my cutie a heart attack…

  2. my puppy feel into a like off a boat and hit rock bottom since then he has a MAJOR fear of water..suggestionbecause we have to drag his but near the water we lay near the water with a oicnic and act like its nothing while he shakes

  3. Great video, only thing I don't agree with is the flooding part. I don't think most Pet people have enough experience to apply those methods safely!? Being able to read each individual dogs reaction properly is crucial for positive results. Easier said than done..

  4. I am kind of desperate. I just got a new dog that is frightened of me and other people (still after 3 weeks). I try and give him treats, but he is not interested. He eats well but only if he is alone. I leave the door open so he can go outside, and he is fine. However, when I come near, he runs away from me. This is a great video however, I can't even give him treats without him running away! He will also not go on walks. Once the leash is on him, he freezes. Many have told me to just give him space and he will come to me. But it is very depressing that he just wants to sleep all day and avoids everything (he is healthy!!). Even with other dogs. I assume he was badly beaten or has never had contact with humans. He is estimated to be 1 years old and is a dachshund/Spaniard mix.. I need advice!

  5. My intelligent border collie is skiddish and reactive. He is extremely sensitive to his environment. He needs desensitization training. Where do I start? Do you have an online course for this?

  6. This is the worst advice ever. You want to do the opposite of flooding for a fearful dog! Fear is not a behavior!!! this idiot…. smfh.

  7. Hi +OffLeashK9Training  this video is really helpful and impressive!

    I've just started working with a 8-month old foster one week ago (mixed breed, definitely some shiba in there). She's extremely fearful of loud noises during the walk – especially double-decker buses. I'm struggling because unless I'm walking in a park or quiet area, which I can't do for every walk, she will be MORE agitated after a walk rather than less because of the stress of walking on the city streets (I live in Hong Kong – very high density living out here, lots of traffic).

    Would you suggest I sit with her in the evening by a busy roadside where buses frequently pass and bring a bag of amazing treats to "flood" her with her fear of the buses? If yes, how exactly would you recommend to do the exercise in the most constructive way? I don't want to end up rewarding her FOR the fear. She's quite good with obedience (e.g. sit) in a quiet space, but outside where noises are the fear takes over and she pretty much doesn't listen and is hyper alert looking around. 

    At the moment she's pretty much unadoptable and I'm trying my best to train her so that she can find a home.

    Hope you see this comment, and would be so grateful for any feedback… Thank you!

  8. Hi! Great videos!! My dog lacks confidence and it makes me feel horrible. Is there anyway you can help transform my pitt/lab mix to a protector? Thanks a bundle 🙂

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