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The Fearful Dogs Project is a program of the 501c3 charity, Protect Them All

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Rescues

We work with your fosterers, adoption counselors, volunteers, and staff as appropriate, designing and helping to implement plans most likely to deliver a positive result for each dog, fosterer, and adopter.

Shelters

We work with your volunteers, adoption counselors, fosterers, and staff as appropriate, designing and helping to implement plans most likely to deliver a positive result for each dog and adopter.  

Animal Welfare & Protection Organizations

We work with your board & staff at all levels as needed, clarifying mindset and methodizing approach to the organization's activities on behalf of animals.

Veterinary Offices, Groomers, Dog Daycare & Boarding, and Other Service Providers

We work with you and your staff  to develop win-win-win strategies whereby your clients and their animals feel safe and comfortable with you, easing your stress levels and theirs while simultaneously increasing their trust in you. Client relations, community reputation, and quality of work life can be significantly improved as a result.

Law Enforcement

We work with you and your officers  to increase skills and savvy related to the public's dogs, in order to improve your safety and reputation with the public as well as your ability to humanely, confidently handle companion canines.

Animal Control 

We work with animal control officers to improve your public relations as well as your ability to humanely, confidently handle companion canines in ways that keep you and them more safe and less traumatized as a result of animal-control related encounters.

Education & Training Institutions

We provide humane education and training, for groups and individuals.

TFDP also offers assessment services to help identify and remedy any potential areas of weakness

in our clients' programs that may be limiting their abilities to best serve the needs of disadvantaged animals.

The Fearful Dogs Project is committed to anti-aversive policies and practices

and therefore reserves the right to decline work on projects where this commitment would not be honored.