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Stress Release
For Dogs: The Canine Emotional Detox
by Diane A. Garrod View author's profile page

Overview


The first step most take with a problematic canine is jumping right to a behavior modification program and/or skills applications process, when the reality is that a dog may not be in a state of learning due to distress or chronic/acute stress. The Canine Emotional Detox (CED) provides a step-by-step stress protocol, the right combination of elements and is focused on releasing stress first.
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Description


The Canine Emotional Detox (CED) described in one sentence is the transformation of challenging dogs through the neutralization of harmful stress chemicals. Chances are you are reading this book because you are having some challenges with your own dog or working with clients who have come to the end of their rope because their dog exhibits distressing behaviors. The stress release protocol is on average a three-day intensive biochemical and emotional rebalancing of your dog. It must be noted that chronically stressed individuals, approximately 10% of dogs, may require additional time to de-stress. While the detox has not been the subject of formal study, anecdotally it is showing a more than 90% improvement rate of behavior problems. The participating dog's problem behavior information is gathered both before and after the stress protocol and the vast majority of cases report lasting improvement. The CED is not a miracle cure, but it is a systematic protocol which allows you to gain improvements, which are sometimes rapid and surprising. When you begin to understand what happens in the dog's body to create behavioral challenges, then you begin to understand how to reach, change and satiate that individual dog to make outward changes stick.
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About the author


Diane Garrod is a PCT-A (professional canine trainer – accredited), with a degree in Communication and Journalism from University of Wisconsin. Garrod is a Founding Member of the Pet Professionals Guild: the association of force free pet professionals (PPG). She is Owner of Canine Transformations Learning, Langley, Washington (celebrating 17 years, January 2021), awarded 2016 and 2017 Best Business category Dog Trainer by Langley, WA Awards Committee. Garrod has skills certifications in resource guarding, animal behavior, theriogenology, writing for the sciences, fear in dogs and cognition and emotion. Most recent certifications are in predation and aggression, 2017; and Aggression in Dogs: Safety, Defensive Handling, and Training 2017, as well as Fear Free Certification, through VetFolio by Marty Becker, DVM (fear free veterinarian practices) 2017. She is also a Guild Certified Tellington Touch Practitioner since 2011. Garrod's main areas of research include stress in dogs and is the creator Stress Release; the Canine Emotional Detox: Systematic stress release protocol for challenging canines. She is an international speaker on this topic and on solving the aggression and behavior puzzle, force free. Garrod is a regular contributor to PPG's Barks from the Guild Magazine having cover articles in: Dodging Euthanasia with Force Free techniques, a story about her own rehomed adoptee, Skye http://www.petprofessionalguild.com/event-2326495 Sept 2016, and 2017 Cover Article Multi-Dog Households Fighting protocol, a how-to in working through issues in a multi-dog household fighting situation. Garrod has a DVD feature, 2015 www.tawzerdog.com on The Canine Emotional Detox: Systematic Stress Release Protocol for Challenging Canines. Garrod instructed a class, five sessions in length on Dogs Who Guard Resources, from guarding to sharing, March 17 to May 12, 2021 at Grisha Stewart's School online. Working teacher dog Belgian Tervuren Valor, my partner in helping dogs and their owners transforming problems into positive solutions; RIP Belgian Tervuren, Chancellor April 3, 2004 to January 2015, the inspiration for Stress Release, For Dogs: The Canine Emotional Detox (CED). New dog: Skye, mini-australian shepherd male. email to: [email protected] or [email protected] Website: www.caninetlc.com FB biz site: www.facebook.com/cTLC3

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Book details

Genre:PETS

Subgenre:Dogs / Training

Language:English

Pages:304

eBook ISBN:9781098376802


Overview


The first step most take with a problematic canine is jumping right to a behavior modification program and/or skills applications process, when the reality is that a dog may not be in a state of learning due to distress or chronic/acute stress. The Canine Emotional Detox (CED) provides a step-by-step stress protocol, the right combination of elements and is focused on releasing stress first.

Read more

Description


The Canine Emotional Detox (CED) described in one sentence is the transformation of challenging dogs through the neutralization of harmful stress chemicals. Chances are you are reading this book because you are having some challenges with your own dog or working with clients who have come to the end of their rope because their dog exhibits distressing behaviors. The stress release protocol is on average a three-day intensive biochemical and emotional rebalancing of your dog. It must be noted that chronically stressed individuals, approximately 10% of dogs, may require additional time to de-stress. While the detox has not been the subject of formal study, anecdotally it is showing a more than 90% improvement rate of behavior problems. The participating dog's problem behavior information is gathered both before and after the stress protocol and the vast majority of cases report lasting improvement. The CED is not a miracle cure, but it is a systematic protocol which allows you to gain improvements, which are sometimes rapid and surprising. When you begin to understand what happens in the dog's body to create behavioral challenges, then you begin to understand how to reach, change and satiate that individual dog to make outward changes stick.

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About the author


Diane Garrod is a PCT-A (professional canine trainer – accredited), with a degree in Communication and Journalism from University of Wisconsin. Garrod is a Founding Member of the Pet Professionals Guild: the association of force free pet professionals (PPG). She is Owner of Canine Transformations Learning, Langley, Washington (celebrating 17 years, January 2021), awarded 2016 and 2017 Best Business category Dog Trainer by Langley, WA Awards Committee. Garrod has skills certifications in resource guarding, animal behavior, theriogenology, writing for the sciences, fear in dogs and cognition and emotion. Most recent certifications are in predation and aggression, 2017; and Aggression in Dogs: Safety, Defensive Handling, and Training 2017, as well as Fear Free Certification, through VetFolio by Marty Becker, DVM (fear free veterinarian practices) 2017. She is also a Guild Certified Tellington Touch Practitioner since 2011. Garrod's main areas of research include stress in dogs and is the creator Stress Release; the Canine Emotional Detox: Systematic stress release protocol for challenging canines. She is an international speaker on this topic and on solving the aggression and behavior puzzle, force free. Garrod is a regular contributor to PPG's Barks from the Guild Magazine having cover articles in: Dodging Euthanasia with Force Free techniques, a story about her own rehomed adoptee, Skye http://www.petprofessionalguild.com/event-2326495 Sept 2016, and 2017 Cover Article Multi-Dog Households Fighting protocol, a how-to in working through issues in a multi-dog household fighting situation. Garrod has a DVD feature, 2015 www.tawzerdog.com on The Canine Emotional Detox: Systematic Stress Release Protocol for Challenging Canines. Garrod instructed a class, five sessions in length on Dogs Who Guard Resources, from guarding to sharing, March 17 to May 12, 2021 at Grisha Stewart's School online. Working teacher dog Belgian Tervuren Valor, my partner in helping dogs and their owners transforming problems into positive solutions; RIP Belgian Tervuren, Chancellor April 3, 2004 to January 2015, the inspiration for Stress Release, For Dogs: The Canine Emotional Detox (CED). New dog: Skye, mini-australian shepherd male. email to: [email protected] or [email protected] Website: www.caninetlc.com FB biz site: www.facebook.com/cTLC3

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