Want to help your dog have a happier, healthier life? Australian dog trainer Sylvie Martin discusses how to help your dog have more freedom in your home as well as outdoors in part 3 of the popular series “More Freedom for Dogs!” More freedom equals a happier healthier dog, and reduces behavioral problems that are often created by too much confinement and restrictions by dog owners. Which means happier, healthier humans who no longer need to stress about those behavioral problems!
In Part 1 of of this popular series, Australian dog trainer Sylvie Martin made the case for giving our dogs more freedom—for a happier, healthier and more harmonious life. In this second installment, Sylvie provides practical suggestions on how to give our dogs more freedom—freedom from coercion and fear. How much control do we really need over our dogs? And how can we provide them freedom from fear? Why is that so important? Read Part 2 and find out!Behaviour modification, dog behavior, Dog body language, dog training, More freedom for dogs!
Have you ever considered how your dog’s happiness, health and behavior might be integrally connected to her degree of freedom? And how respecting a dog’s culture and identity may reduce stress and anxiety and allow your dog a greater sense of freedom and happiness? Australian dog trainer and behavior consultant, Sylvie Martin, lays out the case for more emotional, social and physical freedom for dogs, and gives us a glimpse at the current state of dogs’ freedom Down Under.Dog body language, Dog freedom, Dogs in Australia, Force-free training, human-dog bond