Signs your dog may be experiencing fear, anxiety or stress include:
Growling, snapping, or lunging, causing you to feel worried that your dog might bite.
Running or cowering away from unfamiliar people and dogs
Destruction in the home, especially around exits and entrances.
Neighbors complaining about barking when you’re away.
Physical issues, such as biting their paws, licking excessively, or pacing to the point of repetitive stress injuries.
Having a fearful dog is stressful. If you’re tired of living in fear that your dog will bite, or worried about leaving your dog alone and not knowing what you’re going to come home to, I can help. I specialize in helping dogs with fear and aggression issues and helping you get your life back.
Laura Butler, KPA-CTP
My name is Laura Butler and I am a graduate of the Karen Pryor Academy of Animal Behavior and Training. I’m also a member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers and Pet Sitters International.
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