Things that Go Boom and Bump in the Night Intro
Who: Kayce Cover presents “Things that Go Boom and Bump in the Night”, a way to teach animals to cope with extreme sound.
What: You have heard about the dynamic tool, Perception Modification. Now it is time to make it work for you. This is the opportunity you have been waiting for if you are working to help animals that are fearful of thunder and fireworks. JOIN US!!
This call in event is about things you can do to help animals cope with fireworks, thunder and gunshots. Many sound fears and phobias can improve with your simple help. Thunder and fireworks are harder than most, because we cannot control them, to teach. We make it easy. No difficult language, no harsh or complicated tools. No special equipment, no punishment, no treats, NO DRUGS! Here, you will get information that may help you change your animal’s fears forever, in a single fireworks display, or severe thunderstorm. You may really make a difference in how your pet copes for the rest of his life!
Jamie Dolan’s Hera at the fireworks, July 4, 2013
Where: Wherever you are, via your phone or Skype, on a call and in a chat room (on your computer); access info sent upon registration.
When: Tue, May 31, 1:30p-2:30p & 8:30p-9:30p, and Wed, Jun 1, 8:30p-9:30p, Eastern Daylight Time, US; Be sure to record the time you choose.
Why?: During the holidays, your pets need coping skills. With the holiday time crunch and tension, increased flow of visitors and workmen, travel, unusual decorations and occurrences, and overall stress, it is a great idea to prepare pets. And the 4th of July festivities can be difficult for any pet. But it does not need to be that way. Come find out a few easy ways you can lead your pet to cope. You may be amazed!
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