Reactive Rover

Is Your Dog a Reactive Rover? We can help make your walks enjoyable again!


If you have a dog that reacts negatively while you are out for walks — barking, growling and/or lunging at other dogs, it can be quite a challenge. It is not only difficult to curb your dog while this is happening but your dog’s difficult behavior can spark negative reactions in other dogs and could result in an unsafe situation. If this scenario sounds familiar and you tense up every time you take your dog for a walk, the All Dawgs Reactive Rover class can help!

Reactive Rover class uses professional dog training techniques,  indoor visual barriers and a two-to-one student-to-teacher ratio to get your dog’s aggressive behavior firmly under control so you can go where you want with your dog on a leash by your side without worry!

Please note, while every dog is different behavior modification take 8-12 months. This service will provide you with the tools you need to work through this process.

Class Covers:

  • What to do when your dog gets aggressive
  • How to predict and prevent aggression towards other dogs
  • How to use behavior modification to eliminate your dog’s embarrassing behavior
  • A progressive results-oriented training approach that starts with small steps that lead to bigger steps and ultimately to good behavior

Class Info:

  • Who: People who are frustrated by their dog’s aggression towards other dogs
  • Where: All Dawgs, 30 Railroad Ave, Albany, NY
  • When:  Next class starts:
    • Thursday,  July 25, 2024 at 8:15 PM  
    • Mandatory people-only orientation. For safety and liability reasons, no dogs on the first night of class

Your dog’s reactive behavior can be difficult to deal with, embarrassing and even dangerous. Enroll in the Reactive Rover class and let us help you and your dog get on the path to a great walk … every time!

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