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Support Puppy Process: How to Train Distress Reaction



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Distress Reaction is a valuable services doggy job that can decrease the pangs of distress by getting a doggy interrupt distressing inner thoughts. Truly feel absolutely free to use hyperventilation, choosing at hair, choosing at skin ect with cation as the bring about habits you want your doggy to interrupt. You can essentially instruct your doggy to respond to all of them. It will not have to be minimal to just one particular.

If you want this to perform exterior, you will need to retrain this exterior and in numerous unique spots. I only showed the at residence variation.

I feel this job can support a lot more than just people today who are disabled by their issue but only just need a encouraging paw throughout a tough time. I consider it is to the gain of people today with Melancholy/panic signs or symptoms that are not completely in manage by medicine but not considered disabled by their issue to instruct this to their canines.

Nova is quite content to support me simply because I use pressure absolutely free/positive doggy schooling to educate her.

36 comments

  1. This was really helpful. I'll add it to the list of things my dog already does!

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  2. thank you for the video. I have lupus and one of my 2-3 ljnk doseases from it are depression. This is helpful because I hpget those occasionally at night.. xoxoxoxoo

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  3. i have major anxiety and a lot of distress problems and though my dog doesn't do anything, i go to him to calm me down
    i would love to train him with stuff like this but he is also very submissive and too alert and has a lot of anxiety around other people and just out in public,, hes hard to train and i feel like he would not do this unless there was a treat involved.

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  4. WOW! I love this! Thank you!

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  5. my dog Snow started alerting to my PTSD and panic attacks on her own at 3 to 4 months old. she's 14 months old now. i am training her to be in public now. she goes everywhere with me. she's not an ESD a therapy dog nor a pet. she is my SDIT.

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  6. Thank you for sharing!!!!

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  7. Ya your good at training but how about cleaning that house just saying

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  8. your doggy is cuteeeeeeeeee

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  9. Well now I have a new project for my baby

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  10. Why was she crying?

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  11. your husband is a KNOCKOUT

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  12. My dog isn't a service ddog, and whenever I'm crying she comes and sits on my chest and licks my face until I calm down. Maybe I can teach her more stuff

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  13. She can get better by cleaning that nasty ass house.Anybody that cries that much needs to be in a hospital!

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  14. I'm just starting to train my dog for this so I'm going to look though your other videos 😊

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  15. thank youn i am going to train mine over the next few months to get her not to jump on me amd other people and to respond more to me if this anxiety gets worse she will be a full blown service dog lots of training ahead for me

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  16. Hey girl! I'm currently in the early stages of finding a dog to become my service dog! I was doing research and found your page! I was wondering if you rescued you're dog or got her from a breeder? Thanks 🙂 love you videos! So awesome!!

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  17. I just tried this out with my Great Dane, DJ, and it worked very well. She is large so she doesn't want to jump on me, but I got her to place one paw on me and stick her nose in my face to distract me from a panic attack. It's going really well! Great video!!

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  18. I suffer from severe anxiety and panic related disorders as well as depression: I want to talk to my parents about getting a Service Dog to help me when I'm out and about and I have an anxiety attack and I'm at school and I have to be subtitle about it , and I think it would be a big help, since when I panic I sometimes can't calm down for a while.

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  19. Thank you for sharing this wonderful video.

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  20. I also suffer from severe depression, anxiety and panic attack disorder. I tried to get an Emotional Support Animal but my landlord made it hard for me and she wouldnt let me even after I gave her a doctors note from my therapist. I got really sick from the stress of fearing I would get kicked out of my apartment so I abandoned the idea. I was just wondering if I deserve a service dog or can I actually have one for depression? Im on medication right now so Im doing better but I dont ever go outside or barely get up. I dont know how a service dog would help me.

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  21. I love and very much appreciate that you thank your dog 🙂 I do that too.

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  22. i love Nova's wiggly bum 🙂

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  23. She has the cutest little tail wag! Very kind, smart dog.

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  24. It's very embarrassing when your dog keeps barking to people and you couldn't make it obeyed your order.

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  25. I'll try to teach my dog this!
    I have so much anxiety and depression and my dog helps me a lot 🙂 He sometimes licks my face and cuddles me when i feel bad

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  26. Thanks so much, I really needed this! Gonna try it tomorrow

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  27. I have the full spectrum of issues- a visible disability requiring canes or a wheelchair, chronic illness, and psychological issues- Autism and normally (after years of work and medication) mild depression. People assume that the one they see is the worst. I will be using this to train my fur-child/partner to help me in a shutdown, especially as she is the only one who I am able to interact with during them. She currently helps me in two ways- the people I am with think nothing of me bending down to check on her so I can take a moment to regroup, and because she is shy (a Sheltie who spent a month of her puppy training period recovering from surgery) I can get through mildly overwhelming moments to help her.

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  28. Thank you so so so much for this.

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  29. Thank you so much for including that it's okay if the dog only comes for treats at first. I thought my dog just didn't care about me at all since we have once recently passed the CGC test and started dpt. this video is very helpful! And your dog is beautiful!

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  30. Oh wow. My husband got me two Boston terrier pups for depression. I had no idea dogs could do this.

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  31. Don't forget that the actual interaction and activity of teaching your dog is also a great way to battle depression in itself. There is nothing like that feeling of accomplishment both for yourself and for the dog, when the dog gets it right. Just remember that they're trying to learn your language, so don't get frustrated or upset if they take a while to understand what you want. Keep your eyes on the prize, and just keep going.

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  32. What type of dog breed is nova

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  33. Thank you Soo much.. I'm training my chihuahua as well. He's the reason why I chose him in the first place. Depression and anxiety are hard to deal with. I just needed a video to help me understand how to train a Velcro dog. He's always there, he does react to me being upset. He doesn't know what to do to help with anxiety, except to allow me to hug him.. Which is Huge for me!! I'm housebound. So leaving the house is terrifying to me. Just know that your upload is helping many of us!! 💐💐❤️❤️❤️

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  34. Awesome 🙂 I have been trying to find teaching videos thanks for posting.

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  35. This is great! My cavalier is in training to be my psych service dog. He responds to distress sounds by nature (why we started training in the first place!) and we're transitioning that to interrupting my nervous habits, panic attacks, and destructive behaviors as well! Wonderful video, and wonderful dog! This helped me troubleshoot what I was doing wrong in training.

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  36. What a wonderful service dog she is, wow. I thought my Chihuahua was good!!

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