CHILL OUT WITH MAT-RELAXATION TECHNIQUES
DR. CHRISTOPHER PACHEL
Tension, stress, and hyperarousal are common obstacles for the successful treatment of fear, anxiety, and aggression problems in dogs. Teaching a dog how to truly relax, both physically and physiologically, can be a helpful foundation exercise with widespread applications.
At ClickerExpo LIVE, join Dr. Christopher Pachel for a live Dem-OH! Session to learn a variety of ways to condition a reliable relaxation response using techniques that can be applied to many different temperaments and learning styles. Practical applications for incorporating this exercise into treatment plans for a variety of behavioral diagnoses, such as noise phobia, resource guarding, and leash-reactive behaviors, will also be covered.