All You Need To Prepare, Train and Introduce Your Dog To Your Baby

 
Preparation Course
& Mini Course
 
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The best pre-baby course we took!

"Just wanted to say your Mini Course was the best pre-baby course we took!!! We cannot be happier with how well the system/ process worked for our two labs. They now have a miniature best friend." -Hannah

Preparation Course

How to prepare and train your dog before the arrival of your baby

  • How to prepare your dog and your house for a baby coming home.
  • How to shift your dog to their new routine, practice alone time training, move out of the bed or bedroom, properly introduce baby equipment and baby sounds.
  • How to teach your dog essential behaviors and curb jumping.

 

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Mini Course

How to safely introduce your baby to your dog

  • A good understanding of what you need to focus on and what you don't actually need to spend time on.
  • A strategy and detailed plan for how to introduce your baby to your dog.
  • A priceless "I've got this, I'm prepared and so is my dog" feeling.

 

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Train

Ideally, by the time the baby comes home, your newborn's presence should be the only change your dog experiences.

Prepare

Preaparation will give you and your dog the best chance to avoid behavioral problems and create a smooth transition.

Be in Control

You can't always predict how your dog will react to your newborn, but you can have full control during the first meeting.

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About Dominika

My dog Lola had a scary predatory reaction to my twins when she first met them.

This terrifying experience made me realize that a step-by-step plan for the introduction would help other parents know how to introduce their little one/s to their dog/s safely. Dog Meets Baby was born in April 2020.

It took me much longer to trust Lola around my children. Still, just 3 days later, she was peacefully sleeping in the same room as my twins, safely separated, ignoring the crying, grunting, diaper changes, and feedings. How was it possible?

I'm a trainer, and I knew what to do but what made the BIGGEST difference was having a SOLID FOUNDATION.

Lola was sleeping outside the bedroom. She was comfortable being separated, her obedience training was rock solid, she was comfortable with baby equipment & sounds, and well socialized with infants and toddlers. I am thankful for the time I took to train, prepare and socialize Lola; it has made our life with young kids and dogs much EASIER.