Counterconditioning is the process of teaching an animal to associate positive emotions with something that previously caused negative emotions. It’s one of the most valuable ways to help a dog overcome many common behavioral problems such as fear, anxiety, and reactivity. Although the basic concept of counterconditioning is simple, it needs to be approached carefully to get the your results you want. Using case studies to demonstrate important points, you’ll learn ten key factors that can make the difference between counterconditioning success or failure.
About Tyler Muto
Tyler Muto is an internationally renowned dog behavior expert known for an exceptional track record rehabilitating dogs with problem behavior. Tyler is the founder of ConsiderTheDog.com, which provides educational videos on dog behavior, as well as the owner and training director of K9 Connection in Buffalo, NY. Additionally, Tyler is the former President of the International Association of Canine Professionals.