Babies & Dogs: Prepare, Manage, & Protect
Picture your baby in their swing, laying on a play mat, or being held by a visiting family member. Your dog decides that now is the time to say hello. A face-to-face risky situation. What's a parent to do? Sound Orient that's what you do! Whether your hands are knee deep in dirty dishes or you're busy pumping to keep milk production up Sound Orient can save the day! Pavlov derived Sound Orient training can enable you to quickly change a concerning situation into a safer cohabitation.
Jennifer's Kong stuffing demonstration will show you how to deliver your dog's normal diet in a fun, stimulating way. A great way to pair a crying baby with something positive, a great way to keep your dog quiet when the baby needs to take a nap, or you just need a break. Too tired to walk the dog? Give the dog a Kong. Just need a mental breather as all new parents do? Give the dog a Kong. Kong 101 will alleviate the thought of feeling bad for the dog who just got bumped in rank and help everyone adjust a little easier. Win/Win.
Coming Home With Baby for the 1st Time
The last thing a tired parent needs is to come home to a jumpy, demanding, missed you oh-so-much dog that could possibly wake, startle, or accidentally hurt your precious newborn as you enter your home. There is a safer, less worrisome way to enter your home. Jennifer will play out the steps for you to keep everyone safe and happy.
Want to escape to a bubble bath? Have a 20 minute nap without being woken by baby? Want to stretch out and just vegetate for a few minutes? So does your dog! Let Jennifer teach you about dog safety zones and give a well deserving dog their sanctuary. Apologies in advance, if you end up jealous of your dog.
K9 Body Language In Depth!
50% of children are bitten before the age of 12 yrs old. One is too many. The child winds up mentally scarred for life and the dog can no longer be trusted. K9 body language education will teach you how to tell when a dog is stressed, over-aroused, or unhappy. Don't trust someone's opinion when they say, "he loves babies" or thinking that your friends dog who was always good with their kids, must be good with all kids. Be proactive, become educated, and witness with knowledge how dogs are feeling every moment of every day. See through your own eyes how to tell when a dog has reached their limit or is having an off-day. Unlimited tolerance simply does not exist and limits can become lowered when sleep deprived. Human or dog.