Category Archives: DogTraining

How to Teach Impulse Control in Dogs: A Comprehensive Guide

How to teach a dog impulse control

How to Teach a Dog Impulse Control: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Modifying Impulse Control in Dogs By Will Bangura, M.S., CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, FFCP (Certified Dog Behavior Consultant/Dog Behaviorist) Defining Impulse Control in Canine Behavior Impulse control in dogs is a multifaceted aspect of canine behavior that involves their ability to manage spontaneous reactions […]

Dog Anxiety or Lack of Enrichment? Unmasking the Mystery with Activities

Dog Anxiety versus Lack of Enrichment

Does Your Dog Have Anxiety or a Lack of Enrichment? By Will Bangura, M.S., CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, FFCP (Dog Behaviorist) Certified Dog Behavior Consultant  When we think about our canine companions, their well-being is often at the forefront of our minds. Just like us, dogs can experience anxiety, which can significantly impact their quality of life. […]

Comprehensive Guide, Reducing Dog Reactivity, and Evidence-Based Methods.


Evidence-Based Training to Reduce Dog Reactivity: A Step-by-Step Guide for Lasting Behavior Change By Will Bangura, M.S., CDBC, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, FFCP, (Dog Behaviorist), Certified Dog Behavior Consultant. Introduction: This comprehensive training plan is designed to address a common but complex issue many pet parents face: reactivity and excessive barking in dogs when exposed to specific […]

Classical Counter-Conditioning Treating Canine Aggression and Reactivity


In Defense of Classics: Why Classical Counter-Conditioning Reigns Supreme in Treating Canine Aggression and Reactivity By Will Bangura, M.S., CDBC, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, FFCP (Dog Behaviorist), Certified Dog Behavior Consultant In the nuanced world of canine behavioral therapy, there is no shortage of methods aimed at treating aggression and reactivity. While new approaches like Behavior Adjustment […]