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Reactive Dog


Is walking your dog embarrassing? Are you avoiding regular activities with your dog because you are worried how they will behave?

First, let me tell you that you are not alone my friend.

The single most common behavior we see here at Red Pointy Dog Training is dog reactivity. Second, let me tell you that you can change it!

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Reactive dogs may...

  • Bark, lunge, growl, at other people.

  • Bark, lunge, growl, at other dogs.

  • Seem uncomfortable in new environments.

  • Behave worse when on leash, behind a fence, or other barrier.

It's time to take back your walks. In this
webinar you'll learn to help your dog feel more
comfortable and to actually change their
behavior! We'll be with you every step of the way.
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Sound familiar?

In our webinar, The Reactive Dog Class, we'll cover why dogs are reactive and how you can make sure their needs are being met to make sure your training is as effective as possible. This class will demonstrate each exercise you'll need to practice with your own dog to ensure your success. You'll receive our workbook with free bonus resources to stay on track and refer back to and more!

For an investment of $120 you'll receive,

  • Lifetime access to webinar.

  • Our workbook complete with bonus resources and everything you need to get going.

  • Lifetime access to video tutorials for each behavior.

  • Access to our bonus Facebook Group for support after the webinar.

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Register now for our on-demand webinar and receive lifetime access to class materials!
What our students are saying...
 "We practiced and tried the methods we worked on in class the next day and saw really good results. I felt prepared for each encounter and only once were we surprised on our walk by a contained dog. I knew immediately how to handle it and my dog responded. The chicken treats didn't hurt either. Thank you!"

Sharon & Grizzly

"Finn is doing so well. He is super responsive to “look at that” and we have come nose to nose with 3 other dogs in the neighborhood and he hasn’t reacted at all! When we pass by the house of the dog’s he does react to, he huffs and is growly but responds to the look at that command and  will turn and look at me!! I can’t tell you how relieved I am that these commands are working! Thank you Louise and Red Pointy Dog!!!!"

Christi & Finn

 "The “look at that” game is the piece that has been missing from our desensitization efforts for the last 4 years. She is already getting the idea, and is ok at a distance of about 50 feet. We're moving to a more heavily dog-populated area in a few months, and I’m hoping we can make even more progress before then. Thanks for being a wonderful resource!"

Taylor & Amber

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