I’ve been using Behavior Adjustment Training with clients for close to three years now (wow, time flies!), and I have seen some incredible progress happen with our student dogs when they understand that they have more ways to communicate, and more choices with how to interact with their world.
Grisha Stewart, author of “Behavior Adjustment Training: BAT for Fear, Frustration, and Aggression in Dogs”, and developer of BAT, continues to evolve and update the method to be the most effective and dog-friendly application possible.
All of our past and current BAT students are invited to join me for a free webinar that discusses some recent modifications to the BAT protocol. This includes:
- how leash handling skills can improve your dog’s experience
- revised instructions for approaching the stimulus
- simplified progression (goodbye BAT stages, hello flow-chart!)
- beautiful new graphics that make it easy to understand the concepts
These changes make BAT even lower stress for the dog, and easier to understand for the human. What could be better?
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