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Fear Aggression Video, Dog Behavior Modification

Helping a dog get over whatever fears are residing in their mind requires you to get that dog happy. By getting them happy the dog will temporarily forget about his fears and through continued behavior modification of  ‘The happy stuff’ the dog will markedly become more comfortable and happy.

As you can see by the video this is wholly accomplished by you, the human, acting happy. This is by far the best way to overcome fear aggressions or nervousness in dogs.

No treats, no shock collars, no flooding, just you and the dog.

The Spirit Dog

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7 Responses

  1. Yep, Dino likes the butt rub!

  2. Hi Jen,

    Basically that’s it. You have to be happy to get the dog happy, although most dogs love that playful stuff some just like that good back scratch.

  3. Butt rubs, Bob ?

  4. I love it! 😀

  5. Thanks, Bob, for the suggestions.

  6. Great video, Al.

    I think in answer to Jennifer, happy is whatever is happy to the dog. Toys and treats don’t always work, but if they do, use that. Does running make them happy? Going for a walk? Butt rubs? Chest rubs?

    I would think whatever gets the dog happy will work. I think the “happy talk” and physical play will also take the mopey-ness out of the dog, too, and just get them excited a little.

    Just my opinion, of course…


  7. I was moved to tears, Al, by the change in Buddy. You really have a gift.
    I wholeheartedly believe in your “Happy Stuff” method…but I don’t know what happy stuff is besides the happy talk and playful pushing them around…?

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