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Stranger Danger

learn how to help your dog feel more calm and comfortable in the presence of new people both out and about and in the home

If the course is not currently available, click here to join the waitlist.

Does your dog bark, lunge, or growl at unfamiliar people?

Then you're in the right place.

This hybrid individual and group coaching program is designed to teach dog guardians like you how to help your dog navigate these stressful situations. Throughout the course you'll learn:

 šŸ‘» why your dog behaves the way they do around strangers
 šŸ‘» crucial strategies for making walks and visitors easier
 šŸ‘» proven techniques to improve your dog's feelings and behaviors
 šŸ‘» how to expand your dog's social circle

Group sessions meet for six consecutive weeks, Wednesdays at 6:30pm Eastern Time, starting August 2nd. Recordings will be available.
Enrollment opens July 8th. Check back here or join the waitlist to be notified.

Class size is limited to 5 students. One sliding scale and one free spot for BIPOC participant available.
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If course is not currently open for enrollment, click here to join the waitlist for the next session.

"Stranger Danger provided us with a supportive, collaborative, and empowering online community. Iā€™m amazed at what I learned about dog behavior.

Jill is a fabulous dog behaviorist and trainer, communicator, lesson designer, facilitator, and supporter. I would highly recommend working with her!"

- Bridget & Peako

Ready for a better life with your dog?

Jill Hassevoort KPA CTP, FFCP

Jill is a certified professional dog trainer who works with clients worldwide. She specializes in fear, reactivity, aggression, and cooperative care. 

Ready for a better life with your dog?