Even dogs who aren’t reactive struggle with the landscape of an average city walk – and those of you who own reactive or formerly reactive dogs feel this pain even more.
Rounding corners, stepping out between cars, going up and down elevators – it can raise your blood pressure just thinking about the panic you feel when a strange dog appears out of no where. Even if the other dog is harmless, your heart stops and you have that moment of bargaining with god if only your dog won’t lose their mind and embarrass you or worse. And if the other dog IS reactive… well, that’s the stuff of nightmares right there.
We can’t control everything you encounter on the street. But we can help you feel better prepared. And you can start that preparation in your own living room.