“Ruin and recovering are both from within.” Epictetus, a Greek sage, and stoic philosopher
The Canine Emotional Detox (CED) is the transformation of challenging dogs through the neutralization of harmful stress chemicals. Chances are you are reading this book because you are having some challenges with your own dog or working with clients who have come to the end of their rope because their dog exhibits distressing behaviors.
The stress release protocol is on average a three-day intensive biochemical and emotional rebalancing of your dog. It must be noted that chronically stressed individuals, approximately 10% of dogs, may require additional time to de-stress. While the detox has not been the subject of formal study, anecdotally it is showing a more than 90% improvement rate of behavior problems. The participating dog’s problem behavior information is gathered both before and after the stress protocol and the vast majority of cases report lasting improvement.
The CED is not a miracle cure, but it is a systematic protocol and first of its kind, which allows you to gain improvements in behavior which are sometimes rapid and surprising. When you begin to understand what happens in the dog’s body to create behavioral challenges, then you begin to understand how to reach, change and satiate that individual dog to retain outward changes.
The Canine Emotional Detox (CED for short, and will be used from this point onward) is basically a stress vacation for the behaviorally troubled or challenging modern dog. The CED addresses the dog’s issues by working with the inner dog or from addressing the issues from the inside out. It precedes behavior modification and skill’s applications and provides a final analysis to enhance a behavior modification program and skills process. Often, as trainers we jump right into behavior modification or start listing the skill deficits, but there is a lot to consider helping that behavior modification program be more effective.
Stress can be the cause of many behavior problems and health issues.
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