Training

Is There A Difference Between Reactivity & Aggression?

Is There A Difference Between Reactivity & Aggression?

Aggression. Reactivity. They're all words that get banded around when a dog acts in a certain way. That way? Is usually barking, lunging, growling or "Picking fights" with other dogs, which can sometimes escalate into full fights. Which is totally understandable why...

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Using Labels With Your Dog

Using Labels With Your Dog

Labels are a necessary thing within this world so that we can find resources within them. However, I want to talk to you today about the importance of using the correct label, and why sometimes - if you don't know how to label your dog, why it's best that we don't....

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Fearful Friday: Neo The Reactive Rescue Pup!

Fearful Friday: Neo The Reactive Rescue Pup!

We're launching Fearful Fridays, to give you insight into the lives of reactive dogs, and today's reactive woof sharing their story is Neo (aka @neo_therescuepup!). What Is Fearful Friday? Fearful Friday is the one day of the week that we here at rebarkable are here...

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Cortisol Breaks: How To Decrease Stress After A Dog Fight

Cortisol Breaks: How To Decrease Stress After A Dog Fight

Cortisol is the stress hormone, and after a dog fight, the thing that your dog needs the most? Is a cortisol break. A "cortisol break" is trainer talk for taking time off and allowing your dogs stress levels to come down. What Is Cortisol? Cortisol is a hormone, it is...

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5 Things You Should Know About Muzzled Dogs

5 Things You Should Know About Muzzled Dogs

Muzzles are often a very judged thing in the dog community. And it's not deserved. It's often referred to as a stigma. An experience that a muzzled dog gets where they're instantly judged for wearing a muzzle, and it's often entirely unjustified. Muzzled dogs are dogs...

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