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Sound Desensitization

Several canine react to different seems. This movie will instruct you how to just take the audio that your doggy reacts to and desensitize him to the audio, which usually means to lower the psychological response to a sound, by exposing him to it at reduced levels. Quickly, the sound will be white sound and not have any that means. The sound will also no more time be scary or result in the doggy to answer.

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  1. I'm going to try this with my dog for his fear of the sounds caused by airplanes. He has a complete panic attack if the plane is very loud (newer planes that make very little sound, he has no reaction) and won't stop panicking until he gets off the plane. He was so stressed that he ended up peeing a little right as we got off the plane. It was incredibly embarrassing. He's flown three times now and the first time, he did absolutely amazing! Didn't care whatsoever and slept in my lap the entire time. The past two times though, absolute freak out mode. I even tried dog Melatonin pills and that barely calmed him. I feel terrible for him, knowing he's suffering the entire 3 hours. Is there anything else you can recommend to fix this problem? I think he may also be scared of the vibrations of the plane (his panic attacks started as soon as the engines started up before take off) so is there anyway to desensitize him to that?

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  2. Have you heard of this working with a motorcycle?

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  3. Hello Pamela, Do you think this technique would work for a dog who is very afraid of the sound of firecrackers, baloons bursting, any kind of explosive type sounds and thunder too? The dog is otherwise well adjusted, used to normal city sounds, playful and happy. it's a very specific fear but wehn triggered he can be trembling for up to 3 hours uncontrolably, shut down : ( if he hears a sound like that whilst outside and off leash he will scarper in panic and often get lost : ( any suggestions?

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  4. I killed my dog because he was too loud around vacuums , now I wish I saw this video a few weeks earlier…

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  5. @fredskat90 That is so awesome that it is working! I have had that process work for MANY noises. Take care!

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  6. I never thought of recording the sound and playing it back so you can adjust the volume…That's a great idea!

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  7. Thanks. I am sure it will. Can't wait to start the training!

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  8. As long as it worked and your dog is no longer scared. I like to have them calm around the object or noise to start and not feel like they have to work. I also like them to feel like they do not have to interact with the scary thing, but just look at it. Some dogs do better if they are given a job and work with the object. Especially clicker savvy dogs like yours! Nice work! Looks like your dog is doing well around the vacuum. Awesome!

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  9. It will work! You might have to start with the sound on the CD really really low almost so faint that your dog does not realize it is the vacuum sound. Also, if he gets afraid and tries to hide or whatever he does when the actual vacuum is out, lower the sound more. You do not want a reaction. You are looking for a calm relaxed dog. If he does well with the sound at a low level increase it a little more and then quit for the day and repeat again the next day where you left off. Good luck.

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  10. That is a great suggestion. Having a video like that would be even better. My Dobie is barking at people/dogs passing by our house.

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  11. Great video! Sounds so easy, will give it a try and will let you know if it works. My "vicious" 🙂 Dobermann is afraid of our vacuum cleaner since it was a puppy. Hopefully this will help.

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  12. Thanks

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  13. I stil havnt got a dog but when i do i wil b sure 2 kno where 2 luk 4 help and ive alredy told lots of pepul bout ur vids theyre r realy gud!

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  14. This is a fantastic video for sound sensitive dogs, and I agree with Em, really great advice for many! *****

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  15. Great video! This will be helpful to my dog!

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  16. Awesome video! Had to favorite this one! So many dog owners need this advice. I love how you made it so clear that you could use it for any noises. 🙂 Great!

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  17. Great vid! Im going to do this with maple .. thanks 🙂

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