Get to the root of your dog's behavior by building a deeper relationship with The Way of Life Method.
Even the most loved dog can drive their owner crazy with behavior issues. Between the time and money spent on tools and training methods that go nowhere, it can feel like you and your pup are doomed to a life of anxiety, reactivity, and dog aggression.
Getting to the root of your dog's problem behavior starts with looking at your way of life.
Dog trainer and relationship coach Souha Ezzedeen draws on nearly two decades of experience with man's best friend to invite owners to think differently about their relationship with their dog. Not just another dog training book, this guide takes a revolutionary approach to raising dogs and addressing their problems by pulling from the instinctual lessons of mother dogs and wolf packs. Get a new understanding of why dogs are having such trouble and cultivate a deeper and more harmonious bond.
Whether you're welcoming a new puppy to the family or dealing with a challenging canine companion, you will:
- Establish a positive relationship with your dog using a three-stage program.
- Focus on mindsets, boundaries, socialization, and dogs' natural instincts as you complete reflection questions and practice essential exercises.
- Learn your mindset's hidden power when you uncover your goals at each stage.
- Get a better grasp of mother dogs and wolves in nature to create a way of life that your dog instinctively understands.
- Perfect your connection with your canine by understanding how to raise dogs for character and attitude instead of training them for skills or behaviors.
Put priority on your relationship with your dog and heal the bond with your family companion, regardless of their age, breed, or background. The Way of Life Method goes beyond conventional training to help you design a way of life where you and your dog connect and thrive.
About the Author
Souha Ezzedeen, PhD, is a university professor, dog coach, and the founder of Way of Life(TM) Dog Training in Ontario, Canada. An academic with expertise in management and organizational behavior, she has a curious mind, loves research, and is well-versed in behavioral theories that undergird mainstream dog training. Souha draws on two decades of diverse experiences with dogs to share her knowledge about the human-canine bond with people struggling to achieve a more harmonious life with their dogs.To learn more, visit: www.wayoflifedogtraining.com.