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This little cutter had a  behavioral dog training evaluation and session to determine if she might be running the show at home. In my opinion she is a sweet loving misunderstood dog that is just trying to find her place in the her home. She may have been given too much freedom and has assumed the role of “top dog” in her home. With some in home dog training and some changes with how the owner interacts with her a peaceful home will be accomplished!!!!

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Meet Lilah, Pit bull Rescue, Dog Aggression, Behavioral Training

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Meet Lilah, she came to me to work on Dog Aggression 2 years ago. She had drive to act first which was a huge problem in such a dog friendly city like Los Angeles where dog socialization is huge. After more than 10 months of living with me during her rehabilitation I began to dread when she would leave. It took a while but all of her Behavioral training was working. After thinking about losing my girl I made a decision to adopt her myself. Lilah has come so far and is the official doggie greeter and helps out with temperament test. Thank you for making my world a better place❤️

Rocky Evaluation, Dog Anxiety, Anxiety Medication, Behavioral Training

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Rocky takes a moment to take it all in during his training evaluation for dog anxiety. He was enjoying the fourth of July with his family at the beach like he does every year. This year some neighbors set off some very loud fireworks. This had caused Rocky to become very cautious at home and changed his over all behavior. His behavioral training will focus on getting him back to his prior self and help him overcome the fear of loud noises. Check back for updates and all of the awesome dogs we get to meet,

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Hugo at behavioral training programs evaluation, dog rescue, dog training

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Meet Hugo, he had an behavioral training programs evaluation and session
to determine if he had any behavioral issues. In my opinion Hugo is a sweet loving misunderstood dog that is just trying to find his place in the world. Hugo is up for Adoption and ready to take over your life and become the only thing that matters to the lucky person that gets him. As Hugo would say, “Haters gonna hate”. Contact for more info regarding Hugo at our website creativek9concepts.com

Dog Behavioralist | Dog Socialization Training – Los Angeles, Beverly Hills

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Briquette meets some canines during her Dog Socialization session in West Hollywood. As a Dog Behavioralist it is important to truly figure out the root of the issue. Without a proper diagnosis treating any type of behavioral problem will yield few results. Once the root of the issue is known it can be targeted and behavior can be modified. For Briquette he being reactive when meeting dogs on her walks stems from under socialization and anxiety. In just 3 sessions she has already met some dogs without reacting and actually sniffed some of them. With time and patience she will be a part of the pack in no time.

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30 Days Of K9 Art – Emma| Behavioral Dog Training

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Emma is our 30 Days of K9 Art photo today. Emma comes over every Tuesday and Friday for her full day Structured Activity package. This photo was taken during her Behavioral Dog Training. session which focuses on being reactive on leash. Leash aggression can be caused by many things, when the root of the problem is figured out a course of action can be emplementrd. As a dog behavioralit nothing beats seeing a dog progress; this photo was picked for its stylish look and the fact thT Emma has come such a long way.

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Behavioral Dog Training-Horse

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During behavioral dog training sessions having a distraction help a dog with aggression. This horse offers great stimulation and refocuses our dog away from the other dogs. Structured group hikes are always a great way to start a session when dealing with dog aggression.

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During dog training in Beverly Hills, Tyson meets Lilah.

During dog training in Beverly Hills, Tyson meets Lilah.

Why do dogs sniff each other's butts? The answer to that question is a bit more complicated than you might imagine.  According to a new video from the American Chemical Society (above), it's all about one canine literally sniffing out important information about the other--its gender, emotional state, diet, and more. "Think of it kind of like speaking with chemicals," the video's narrator says, referring to the glandular secretions released by glands in a dog's anal sac. "In fact, this butt-sniffing action is just one of many examples of chemical communication in the animal kingdom." Of course, a dog's sense of smell is famously acute--10,000 to 100,000 times more acute than our own, according to the video. How can the sniffer make sense of the glandular secretions released by the sniffee's anal sac--without the poopy smell getting in the way? Dogs have a second olfactory system that's known as the Jacobson's organ. Its nerves direct the chemical information it detects directly to the brain so there's no interference from other odors. Now you know everything you wanted to know about Fido's anal fascination--and more. http://youtu.be/PZlJ8XfwiNg

Why do dogs sniff each other’s butts? The answer to that question is a bit more complicated than you might imagine.
According to a new video from the American Chemical Society (above), it’s all about one canine literally sniffing out important information about the other–its gender, emotional state, diet, and more.
“Think of it kind of like speaking with chemicals,” the video’s narrator says, referring to the glandular secretions released by glands in a dog’s anal sac. “In fact, this butt-sniffing action is just one of many examples of chemical communication in the animal kingdom.”
Of course, a dog’s sense of smell is famously acute–10,000 to 100,000 times more acute than our own, according to the video. How can the sniffer make sense of the glandular secretions released by the sniffee’s anal sac–without the poopy smell getting in the way?
Dogs have a second olfactory system that’s known as the Jacobson’s organ. Its nerves direct the chemical information it detects directly to the brain so there’s no interference from other odors.
Now you know everything you wanted to know about Fido’s anal fascination–and more. http://youtu.be/PZlJ8XfwiNg