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  • Are you currently dealing with a dog that has recently attacked, or attempted to attack, a family member, a visitor to your home, or another dog? 
  • Does your dog respond fearfully to thunderstorms, loud man-made noises such as fireworks, construction work, and sirens, or is every trip in the car a traumatic event?
  • Does your dog become extremely anxious when it is left by itself (separation anxiety)? Do you find your dog clinging to you and following your every move when you are home?
  • Lastly, does your dog exhibit symptoms of an Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Some of the symptoms include, tail chasing, continual licking of the paws or other bodily areas until they are raw and bleeding, prolonged mouthing and sucking on pillows and cushions, and perpetual whining.

If your answer is yes to any of these questions, we can help. For over 35 years, Bryan has rehabilitated tens of thousands of dogs suffering from these problems and in doing so, has restored a higher quality of life and safety for afflicted dogs and their owners.

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HOWL - The Way Home for Fearful & Aggressive Dogs.

On May 18, 2016, I walked into Taming the Wild for an evaluation with Lola, my 7-year-old Doberman.  To say I was nervous is an understatement. Before meeting Bryan, I had tried to take Lola to an obedience class. I wanted to be able to take her to the park or vet without any problems.  I could not understand why Lola was ok when we were by ourselves, but in class was a different story. She would bark at big and little dogs and was aggressive. The trainer told me that she might never get the commands. 

Then I met Bryan, and all my concerns and fears were gone. He took his time to explain that Lola was not an aggressive dog but one suffering from a mental disorder and that with time, patience and his canine pharmacotherapy program, Lola would be okay.  

Bryan’s knowledge base, experience, methods, compassion and caring manners are fantastic.  I’m glad I walked in that day and listened to what he said.  I have watched Lola blossom and grow.  Her personality is coming out. People who know her have noticed the changes as well.

Would I do this again? Absolutely!

Kathy and Lola Berrie

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