Baby and Dog
Learn how your dog will accept the baby
An exciting time is coming. You are expecting a baby! You have a lot of questions. What if the dog doesn't accept the baby? What if something goes wrong? Oh well, it won't go that fast, will it? In this online training, you will learn how you can be sure that everything will go smoothly and safely.
Do you recognize this?
Do you recognize this?
- Your dog is the child in the house
- Your dog is not socialized with children
- It's difficult to know if your dog will accept the baby
- Are you a bit worried about whether things will go well?
- The thought 'it will be fine' is trying to reassure you
Deep down you know better
Read Anne's review here. She had slight doubts before starting the ‘Baby & Dog training’.
“The ‘Baby & dog training’ has made me more confident. I felt more relaxed during the first meeting between our dog Dobbe and our son Laurens. I learned a lot from the explanation about the dog's body language. The general information about biting incidents and that we have been able to practice in detail the preparations for the arrival of the baby with our dog. A lot of people I told about this training didn't even know it existed. I would recommend it to other parents, especially if parents still feel insecure or if they have little experience with dogs or dogs and babies.” – Anne
What if ...
You're wrong? And your dog is not so relaxed around your baby?
Your dog will soon have a lot of problems with adjusting.
What if he gets aggressive towards the baby?
You miss the opportunity to do it right, straight away. Unless…
You are well prepared to get started!
A unique training
A dog thinks differently than us humans, you have to immerse yourself in it to understand it. With this training, you will learn step by step how to prepare your dog properly. You will learn a lot about your dog's body language. And you will learn from the most common pitfalls. The training is practical, short, and consistent.
Module 1 : Baby & Dog Questions
Module 2 : Script
Module 3 : Head In The Sand
You and your partner will answer 12 questions. You are using these questions to set up your own baby & dog rules. So you are prepared when the baby is born.
You will practice the first meeting with the baby and the dog. You do this with a doll. It seems like child's play. Make no mistake. You will soon notice how your dog might react to the actual baby.
The things you'd rather not read. But what is important to know. Learn from the most common mistakes that caused biting incidents. You get to know the facts.
Module 4 : Dog Expert
Bonus : Checklist
Bonus : Baby & Dog Games
Every dog owner has little insight into the body language of their own dog. You will learn what your blind spot is. And then better understand what your dog is trying to tell you.
A checklist so you are fully prepared for the arrival of the baby.
Soon you will be able to involve your dog with interactive games. With the baby? Good for their relationship and a good way to strengthen your family bond.
Marsha - Personal Paws
My name is Marsha. Owner of Personal Paws. As a Dog Trainer, I get to help people like you understand dogs better. Every year 75,000 children are bitten by a dog. This is almost always the family dog. That is why I think it is very important to help people who are expecting their first baby, to reduce the number of biting incidents.
Herman - ”It has mainly given me peace of mind and more knowledge/insight about the possible risks. I would definitely recommend it.”
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the most common nonsense advice?
- How can you prepare a dog for the arrival of a baby?
- How does a dog react to a baby?
- How much time does the training take us?
- Am I guaranteed to learn something from this training?
- Why does a dog lick the baby in the face?
- Our dog is protective towards the baby, what should I do?
- Does the dog have to be present during birth?
With this training you will be fully prepared.
Direct access to the online training
4 modules in which you and your dog are well prepared for the arrival of your baby
Bonus 1: a checklist so you can be sure that you have thought of everything
Bonus 2: baby and dog games. Tips to involve the dog in your family
Everything from package 1
A 45-minute Zoom call in which you can ask all your questions and receive even more advice from me
Only for residents of Amsterdam
Everything from package 1 and 2
A 60 minutes home visit. I'll check with you to see if you've thought of everything and give you tips and advice to prepare your dog for the arrival of your baby.