Living with dogs is a major joy and also a major pain in the you know what sometimes. I share easy to implement, real life training advice with an emphasis on kindness and compassion.
168. Long Leash vs Retractable Leash
Episode 168: Long Leash vs Retractable Leash
167. Stranger Danger, w/ Juliana Willems
Episode 167: Stranger Danger, w/ Juliana Willems (https://www.disorderlydogs.com/blog/167)
166. Dog Science Says, w/ Dr. Amy Wade
Episode 166: Dog Science Says, w/ Dr. Amy Wade
165. R.R. Case Study, Team Antares
Episode 165: R.R. Case Study, Team Antares (https://www.disorderlydogs.com/blog/165)
164. Decompression Walks, w/ Sarah Stremming
Episode 164: Decompression Walks, w/ Sarah Stremming (https://www.disorderlydogs.com/blog/164)
163. R.R. Case Study, Team Bob
Episode 163: R.R. Case Study, Team Bob (https://www.disorderlydogs.com/blog/163)
Great tool for helping your pup!
Love Rachel and her Reactive Redefined classes. Listen to this podcast to keep up on additional topics and it never disappoints. Keep up the great work!
Keeping it real!
I love your podcasts. It’s is short, to the point, easy to understand, and most of all… you KEEP IT REAL!! Thank you and keep up the good work!!
SO INSIGHTFUL, REAL ADVICE
I have a 1 year old pittie mix and the advice and perspective shared in this podcast (and Rachel's Instagram!) have been so insightful and reassuring in this training process. A few months ago my dog physically would not go into the vet office, today armed with peanut butter and chicken, we went inside with no fight or pulling! Training can be a very tiring and frustrating process, and really this podcast has helped shift my perspective of what is possible, what I should be aiming for, as well as the helpful reminder to celebrate your wins! Proud of myself and my dog today and beyond thankful for humans as kind and well informed as Rachel for sharing this info.