Keeping Kids Safe and Dogs Happy (Self-Study course)
Get help if your dog is aggressive towards your child here.
Our goal is to help you understand why your dog is being aggressive, help you stop your dog from biting, and overall help you with your aggressive dog by keeping your kids safe and rehabilitating your dog.
What you get:
- Video training demonstrations on how to train aggressive dogs emailed to you every week.
- Video training lecture emailed to you each per week.
- Written lectures emailed to you each week to help you fix your aggressive dog.
- Written homework and quizzes emailed to you each week
This class is meant to stop dog aggression, set you and your dog up for success, help teach the dog some coping skills, and learn to recognize problems and problem-solve.
If you sign up for this class, you will be emailed video and written lectures, quizzes, and homework over a six-week period. This is a self-study class, so you will not get interaction with the instructor – just the course materials.
Kayla is from Ashland, Wisconsin but currently lives on the Panamerican Highway. She holds a degree in biology from Colorado College and has spent years working in zoos, animal shelters, and as a private dog trainer. When not working on Journey Dog Training, Kayla works at Working Dogs for Conservation. She is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant. She shares her life with her dog Barley.