quarta-feira, 17 de junho de 2009
A wonderful tool that helps animals to cope and overcome their past and present issues. It aids an animal's ability to focus and remain calm and compliments the use of gentle training methods. Be a storm defender to your dog by providing him with an Anxiety Wrap!
The Anxiety Wrap uses the technique called "MAINTAINED PRESSURE" to aid in calming your animal thereby allowing him or her to redirect their focus. When used with gentle training methods, the Anxiety Wrap works with the animal's entire mind, body and spirit.
The Anxiety Wrap was created to fill an existing need, an alternative or holistic approach to behavior modification for dog and cats. It can happen by using the Anxiety Wrap to ease your dog and cat's anxieties. When used properly it has proven positive to increase balance, self-confidence, focus, preparation for and during training, animal to animal socialization, animal to human socialization, bonding, relaxation, and gait awareness. As well as helping to end dog and cat aggression, shyness, nervousness, releasing stress and tension, end jumping, stop destructive chewing, fear biting, car sickness, unnecessary barking, shyness, fear of loud noises, thunderstorm fear, sensitivity to touch, sensitive to sound, aloofness, emotional upset, hyperactivity, grooming issues and other anxieties.
Animals, Like People, Are Individuals
Conventional medicine, behaviorists and trainers all have their place and the Anxiety Wrap was not designed nor intended to replace any of them, but rather to be an alternative or holistic addition to the plan. Being a trainer myself, I know from personal experience that animals, like people, are individuals. Both often require different ways of learning and/or recovery for past experiences.
Far too often animals, like people, fall through the cracks when traditional methods fail. Anyone wishing to see some of these animals need go no further than your local animal shelter or even your own neighborhood. When I personally experienced that traditional training didn’t work with one of my own dogs, it was then I began my search for alternative ways of training. A way of working with the entire animal that would include their mind, body and spirit.
This search led me from traditional training, that focuses on punishment for offering a wrong behavior and the removal of that punishment for offering the one desired, to a kinder, more respectful way of training. I was searching for a way to teach that could be fun for both animal and human. Soon I was using two reward methods of training. Operant Conditioning combined with Clicker Training but still there was more to be learned.
Our “Throw Away” Animals
What about the animals that didn’t or couldn’t respond to reward training alone? Those animals whose past issues and present fears were so overwhelming, it left them powerless to focus on anything else. Often these are the animals we see abandoned, passed from one home to another. Animals excessively crated, kenneled or chained, isolated with little hope of ever truly becoming part of a family pack.
Changing Behavior By Changing The Body's Sensation
Soon I found myself increasing my study of animal behavior including their calming signals. I became a certified Tellingtonttouch.com Tellington Touch Practitioner, successfully completed Purdue University's "DOGS" Course Principles and Behavior, Bob and Miraim Bailey's intermidate and advanced Clicker Training, successfully tested for the C.P.D.T. the only nationally recognized dog trainers certification test and the list goes on. After many workshops, seminars, clinics and courses I came to learn many behaviors and some health issues could be affected by the manipulation of the animal's skin and by applying light to moderate pressure to certain areas of the body.
Behavior modification, a more rapid recovery - they appeared to be aided by these sensations. But why? Why did it have an effect?
All my years of traditionalism prevented me from accepting what I had witnessed. Then I read a book titled Molecules Of Emotion by Candace B. Pert, PhD. When Candace wrote “the body and mind are not separate and one cannot be treated without the other,” the pieces of the puzzle started coming together. Added to that learning was the example of Temple Grandin’s “Hug Box,” a device developed to apply deep pressure to help calm autistic children’s over stimulated nerves. So we envisioned a product that would cover a large portion of an animal’s body without falling off or allowing the animal to get tangled up in it. At the same time it could not be binding or distracting, so to help calm the animal and help modify the undesirable behaviors.
I realized that animals, though admittedly much different than humans, still possess some of the same physiological and, may we dare suggest, some of the same psychological make up. Finally I began to understand how these effects were being possible. Realizing this I began to experiment using various types of materials put together in various ways to increase the positive effects of the sensations being sent to the animal’s brain by use of the body's receptors. Opening up the neurological pathways and substituting new sensations for old habitual ones.
Over much time and many prototypes the Anxiety Wrap was developed. A Wrap especially designed to help your animal as well as my own and those of my clients. Shereen Faber, PH.D., OTR, FAOTA, and author of Neurorehabilitation A Multisensory Approach, contacted us after discovering our product. She explains how The Anxiety Wrap uses a Technique called "Maintained Pressure" to help calm the sensory receptors. Click here to read more. We’ve found The Anxiety Wrap works especially well in situations where your dog or cat is anxious or fearful, whether it’s during a thunderstorm or trips to the vet or meeting new people. Due to its ability to help an animal become more focused, the Anxiety Wrap is an excellent tool for use with gentle training methods. It can provide an under-confident animal with a greater sense of security, helping it become more comfortable and begin increasing confidence. For overly excited or hyper dogs/cats, the Anxiety Wrap can help an animal become more calm and relaxed. Every animal is unique and there are countless other ways the Anxiety Wrap can improve your animal’s quality of life.
Thunderstorms... are they causing your dog or cat fear-stress-pacing-anxiety-panting-nervousness?
Often using an Anxiety Wrap will allow him to sleep right through the storm. Many people have noticed much improvement within 1 to 3 times of using the Anxiety Wrap.
Postado por Sandra Régia em 17.6.09
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