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Do You need Help with your Dog?

Updated: May 8

Do You need Help with your Dog?

This is a reprint from the March 2024 newsletter.

Buddy's Dream LLC was created to bring awareness to the issue of "aggressive" dogs, help people learn why dogs behave aggressively, how to prevent it in the first place, and what to do, and not to do, if one finds themself with a dog with aggressive behavior. If you are in this situation and need help, here are the steps to follow:


1 - READ THE BLOG.   In the blog I explain why and how Buddy's behavior issues were created and go into detail on how I am resolving these issues. There is a WEALTH of FREE information in the blog, so your first step is to read the blog IN IT'S ENTIRETY.

2 - Check out ALL the resources in the Guidance section of the website. There are 5 pages under "Guidance". Check them ALL out.


If after doing the two steps above you still are in need of help, go to the "Guidance Session" page and follow the instructions on requesting a Guidance session with me where we can discuss your specific issue in detail and I can help you understand what is going on and guide you to a solution.

In addition, check out the "Seminars" page and sign up for our seminars. You will find the seminars to be extremely educational and very helpful. EVERYONE who has taken any of our seminars has commented that they learned so much: much more than they realized there was to learn!


Want to learn more about training your dog?

Check out this great resource and get a full month of free access to all the dog training information and videos there! What a GREAT way to start 2024 off right!

If you would like to support Buddy's Dream and our mission:

You can feel good knowing that every cent of your purchase goes directly to pay Buddy's rehabilitation expenses.

If you don't want to make a purchase but still would like to help, you can make a donation here. Any amount helps!

Note and disclaimer: All information in the blog posts on this site is my opinion based on my own experience rehabilitating an aggressive dog. I am not a professional behaviorist or otherwise involved in the Veterinary profession. If you are dealing with an aggressive dog, I recommend you seek the advice of a Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist.

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