The Fearful Dogs Project Launches Online Course for All
Charity Canine Welfare Organization Offers the First Deep-Dive Education & Training Course to Help Feral, Puppy-Milled, Traumatized, Anxious, and Other Fearful Dogs and Their Human Caregivers Achieve Happier Lives Together
By: Protect Them All
The course, called Extreme Fear in Dogs, is for anyone working with or living with one or more scared dogs: canine behavior consultants, dog trainers, veterinary staff, rescue, sanctuary, & shelter staff, fosters, and other volunteers, dog groomers, dog daycare owners and staff, dog boarders and sitters, animal welfare and protection organizations, animal control officers, police offers, and dog owners & their family and friends.
"A scared dog is often euthanized when caretakers face inability to remedy fear-responses,"
"We are very excited about this unique work with the public toward the goal of replacing heartbreak with happiness in the realm of dogs and their guardians," said Jordan.
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About The Fearful Dogs Project: a Program of Protect Them All (PTA)
The Fearful Dogs Project was born in the original PTA dog rescue, when it became clear that most of the incoming dogs had previously experienced emotional trauma from mistreatment, or significant fear as a result of being abandoned and sometimes forced to live on their own for so long that ferilization occurred. Realizing that without help, these profoundly fearful dogs had little chance of finding and keeping suitable homes, Rain Jordan expanded the program in order to change the fearful dog's future to a more hopeful one.
About Protect Them All
Protect Them All's mission is to develop and provide services to improve rescue and protection of companion animals, help elevate their well-being and status in society, and increase lifesaving without the use of coercion, intimidation, force, fear, or pain-leveraging methods or tools. PTA's public awareness & education programs seek to decrease abuse, harm, abandonment, and neglect and increase care, safety, and well-being.
The Fearful Dogs Project: https://www.FearfulDogsProject.org
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