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OhMyDog Behavior Model

Description

For getting the best out of this course, you must finish the OhMyDog Parenting Model if you haven’t.

In this course you are going to learn what routine you should help the dog follow to fulfill him, you will learn different issues of dogs and how to identify them.

No dog is born AGGRESSIVE but they start developing behavioral issues once they start getting influenced by us humans just because we lack understanding.

I’m Sunny Luthra, I am a Dog Parenting Coach and I have helped hundreds of humans in raising calm confident obedient dogs through my framework OhMyDog Parenting Model & OhMyDog Behavior Model.

It took me 4 years, feedbacks from 100s of consultations, 80+ socializing sessions, and countless hours in studying dogs to develop this model.

This course will talk about the following topics.

1. ๐Ÿ• ROUTINE OF DOGS BLUEPRINT: How a successful day should look like from your dog’s point of view?

2. ๐Ÿ™…๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ ISSUES IN DOGS: How you can identify behavioral issues and help your dog to become balanced again?

3. โ˜‘๏ธ DOG ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST: How to analyze the behavior of your dog and prevent any instability from escalating?

What Will I Learn?

  • How a successful day should look like from your dog's point of view?
  • How you can identify behavioral issues and help your dog to become balanced again?
  • How to analyze the behavior of your dog and prevent any instability from escalating?

Topics for this course

3 Lessons

Let’s Go Deep…?

Three videos to help you go deeper into the world of dog psychology.

About the instructor

Sunny Luthra

Dog Behaviorist

Hi, this is Sunny Luthra. I never had any plans to start something like OhMyDog in my wildest dream. But life is surprising, one step led to another, and somehow OhMyDog came into existence and became what it is now.
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3 Courses

2 students

Requirements

  • Please finish OhMyDog Parenting Model before starting this course.

Target Audience

  • Dog Parents
  • Dog Trainers
  • Dog Behaviorists
  • Veterinarians
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