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Fearless Dog

Price: $24.95
Availability: Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipment.
Prod. Code: BCFLN01


Product Description

Audio Behavioral Therapy Series

Fearles Dog CD

If your dog is afraid of fireworks, thunder, sirens, cars, loud noises, vacuum cleaners? Fearless Dog uses Audio Behavioral TherapyTM and is one of the easiest and more powerful methods to help your pet overcome fears, phobias and anxiety. Now you can keep your dog relaxed on the 4th of July and New Year's celebration.

Using techniques based on Scientific Research, this program is Safe and Effective.

A dog's hearing is more acute than a human's and that is why your dog is so sensitive to loud noises. By playing this CD at an specific volume and following the principles of audio behavioral therapy and behavior modification, your dog will reduce the sensitivity to the sounds that make him anxious.

Fearless Dog can be used in any dog regardless it size and age and it doesn't take months to get results.

Duration: 75 min

Includes a how-to guide for using audio behavioral therapy to reduce your dog's phobias.

With the right timing and mix for each sound, in just one single CD, you will be able to manage your dog's fears of the common phobic noises:

  • Thunderstorms
  • Sirens
  • Fireworks
  • Babies crying
  • Children playing and screaming
  • Garbage trucks
  • Gunshots
  • Vacuums
  • Skateboards and rollerblades

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