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Fine-tuned Canines, LLC
4131 6th AVE SE Naples, FL 34117 US
FINE-TUNED CANINES, LLC - Naples Florida and Fort Myers Florida dog training & dog psychology
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FINE-TUNED CANINES: Naples Florida Dog Training and Canine Behavior/Dog Psychology Counseling Services - serving Collier County (Naples, Marco Island, Sanibel Island, Florida) and Lee County (Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Lehigh Acres, Estero, Bonita Springs, Florida) Naples Florida professional dog trainer and dog behaviorist, Collier County dog trainer and dog behaviorist

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Entries in Dog fears and phobias (2)

Confidence building around distractions with Zoe the Great Dane mix

Zoe the Great Dane mix and distraction training. Zoe used to react fearfully around various distractions and she would run away from them. Things like vacuum cleaners, trash bags, strangers, various noises would make her act timid. At FINE-TUNED CANINES Board and Train dog training program in Naples, FL, Zoe built her confidence level and social skills. She also learned self-control and obedience skills around various challanges and distractions.

Zoe the Great Dane mix and distraction training at FINE-TUNED CANINES in Naples, Florida from FINE-TUNED CANINES, LLC on Vimeo.



Rehabilitating thunderstorm and noise phobias - case study

The movie shows the results of rehabilitating thunderstorm and noise phobias in an adult hurricane Katrina dog that was fostered and trained by Lexi Hayden. Prior to the rehabilitation process the dog had strong phobic reactions even to recordings of thunderstorms. After the rehabilitation process, the dog found a forever home and lives with her loving family. No medication was used in the rehabilitation process - only a very natural approach based on the understanding of the true nature of the canine mind and emotions. The movie was made in 2008 for the purpose of helping to find the dog a forever home and then re-edited in 2010 to show the results of Lexi Hayden's work. At the time of rehabilitation the dog was 5 years old.

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