How do we treat separation anxiety in dogs?

What does training with Tenacious look like?

We use proven protocols to gradually help your dog, not worry about being alone. It is a process called Desensitization. When administered properly, meaning we go at the pace of your dog; with an individualized training plan, you will begin to help your dog learn that you leaving is not scary. In fact, they will begin to learn it is boring. This is the gold standard in helping dogs with separation anxiety.

What does the training entail?

When teaching a dog to be relaxed when left alone, we must introduce alone time gradually. We have to work at the pace of your dog. This means, each training plan is customized to your dog, no two dogs are the same, which is why no two plans should be the same.  It takes time to create behavior change, we need to think in terms of months, not weeks. If you are ready to commit to helping your dog live their best life with you, I am here to help.

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How does the training protocol work?

In order to not affect your dog’s behavior with my presence in your home, training is done online. This also means you get more support, training  & coaching with my secret recipe to recovery!  An added bonus is you get expert help in the comfort of your home, there are no limits to where you live!  I have clients all over the USA. Don’t live in the USA? As long as you speak English, I am sure we can work something out, just please note I am in the Central Time Zone.

My Separation Anxiety program is sold in a package. Each package is four weeks in length. Each week you will receive one live assessment with me, a Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer, and five daily touch points on the next steps in your dogs, specific tailor created training protocols, as well as coaching and support. Many clients book a few packages right away and then I help you learn how  to not need me, yet still set you and your dog up for long term success.

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