Don’t Let Your Dog Bite Your Baby!!!

Learn the only training approach that effectively prepares your dog for your baby. Get Step-by-Step guidance from a master dog trainer and the bestselling author of Good Dog Happy Baby.

(Did you know that 80% of Dog Bites Happen To Children Under 5?)

(WARNING: Don’t Spend Money On Overpriced Dog Trainers! This Course Gives You The Tools You Need.)

Michael Wombacher has trained dogs professionally for well over two decades. This is the only video course that teaches you how to prepare your dog for childlike handling.

You’ll be amazed at how quickly your dog can change.

“Mike’s course restored sanity in our lives and taught us how we (my husband and me, our baby, and our dogs) could co-exist in a way that works for everyone. If you follow Mike's Program, you will effectively teach your dog that you are in control, not him or her.”— Anna, Client

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“Even If Your Dog Is ‘Good’, Your Child Is Still At Risk.”

mike-2dogsFrom: Michael Wombacher Date: August, 2016 Dear New or Expecting Parent, Congratulations! Your family is about to expand—or it already has. If you’re like most people, you’re caught between anticipation and trepidation. You’re thrilled about the arrival of your new child and you’re concerned about doing everything right. If you own a dog, certainly some of your concern revolves around him. You’re probably asking yourself a lot of questions:

How will my dog handle this? Will he be jealous? Will he be careful?

 And most importantly…

Is there any chance that he might bite my child?

If you’re not concerned, you should be. I don’t mean to scare you, but the truth is, 80% of dog bites happen to children under five, and 80% of those are in the face. And, most alarmingly, most children are bitten by the family dog.

Has your dog ever been…
  • Exposed to children? If so, how did he relate? Was he shy, suspicious, intimidated, overly exuberant, pushy?

Most importantly…

  • Is your dog scared of your baby?
  • Is your dog scared of children in general?
  • Do you know how to get a fearful dog used to the presence of children?
  • Can he or she handle childlike handling like pinching and pulling and grabbing?
  • Did you know that thousands of couples rehome their dog each year when their baby crosses the 8-month threshold?
  • Do you know how to use slings and Baby Bjorns to help your dog get used to the rough handling a young child will dish out?
  • Do you know how to create safe zones for your dog where he or she can get away from baby?
  • Do you know how to teach your baby to be gentle with your dog?
  • Do you know what to do if your dog is reactive or snappy toward child-like handling?

If you’re concerned about any of these questions, don’t worry. You don’t have to get rid of your dog—you just have to learn the step-by-step system I’ve created for new and expecting parents.

"My wife was six months pregnant and we were concerned about problem behaviors in our five year old lab mix. He had issues of aggression and separation anxiety and we thought for sure that we’d have to find him another home with a baby on the way. Mike helped us resolve all our areas of concern using precisely the methods described in his course. It was a life saver for us. It’s concise, easy to use, and filled with stuff that works. If you’re having a baby and have concerns about your dog do yourself a favor and buy this course. Your dog will thank you for it."
Rich D.

If you aren’t preparing your dog for childlike handing or if you have a dog who’s afraid of children, it’s very likely that before long, your baby is going to push Rover too far. The consequences will be disastrous.

The good news is that You’re in exactly the right place. I can help…

But don’t just take my word for it. I really want you to appreciate the seriousness of this issue…



Recently the CDC classified dog bites on children as an “Epidemic” second only to teen substance abuse in seriousness. And no one is educating parents about this!

“But Our Dog Is Already Obedient. Why Do We Need Your Course?”

Dog Bites and ChildrenYou might be thinking “But our dog is already a good dog. We don’t really need to train him—right?”

Don’t be so sure. It’s hard to know—until the moment arrives—how your dog will respond when her prime position in your family is challenged by a newcomer.

But there’s an enormous amount you can do RIGHT NOW to prepare her for the big transition coming her way. Here’s what I say all the time: You can never start too soon…but you can definitely start too late.

That’s why this video course is so critical for new or expecting parents.

I know it may seem daunting at first to train your dog for the coming of your baby—there’s a lot to learn—but, trust me, if you prepare, the first time when your dog and baby meet will be priceless!

And here’s another key point… 

You have to prepare your dog for that critical moment when your baby starts crawling. Once your baby starts crawling, everything changes.

Failing to prepare for this moment is why—tragically—every year I have to tell at least 10 couples to re-home their dog. Thankfully, you don’t need to go through that. Why? Because…

Dogs are highly trainable!

The problem is that until now there has never been a course that shows you exactly what you need to do to prepare your home and dog for the coming of your newborn baby.

Because it anticipates the issues that arise with the introduction of a newborn into your pack, there is no other approach that offers the benefits of the Good Dog, Happy Baby video course.

Good Dog, Happy Baby takes on the real situations, real problems, and the hectic lifestyles that you will face everyday with real solutions.

You’ll learn to apply a balanced approach through principles of positive reinforcement as well as through methods that appeal to your dog’s canine sensibilities.


There’s a science to training your dog and preparing her for your baby.

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And let me be clear from the beginning. You don’t need to employ barbaric practices like shock collars. You don’t need to yell at your dog. Intimidation and fear don’t work and they’re not humane.

This approach to dog training is systematic, positive, and respectful. In the process, you’ll re-establish a deeper connection of trust with your beloved pet.



And most importantly, you’ll teach your dog—through a simple step-by-step process—to love and respect your little one.

What’s the secret?

You might be surprised by this, but it’s important to remember that even scared and skittish dogs can get used to the rough handling of children. But for that to happen, you have to get them used to it in small increments.

Among other things, this course will teach you how to prepare your dog for childlike handling. How? The approach for this has a fancy scientific name—it’s called Systematic Desensitization (SD)—and it’s backed by extensive research.

SD was developed by psychologists to help people and animals deal with fear. It’s simple and effective. According to the ASPCA:

Systematic desensitization is a common treatment for fears, anxiety, phobias and aggression. When the problem is rooted in how a dog feels about a particular thing, it isn’t enough to just teach him a different behavior—like sit instead of lunge and growl.

What’s most effective is treatment that will change the way he feels about something. This treatment will eliminate the underlying reason for your dog’s behavior problem in the first place.



One of the most transformative things I teach you in this course is my super simple step-by-step process of systematic desensitization.


Who Am I and Why Should You Trust Me?

  Good Dog Happy Baby My name is Michael Wombacher and I’m an author, lecturer, and expert dog trainer in the San Francisco Bay Area. I LOVE working with dogs and I’ve done it professionally for well over two decades with over 30,000 private training consultations under my belt. My training approach focuses on channeling a dog’s natural drives into behaviors that are acceptable in the human pack. I do this primarily through the principles of positive reinforcement as well as through methods that appeal to your dog’s canine sensibilities. I’ve written multiple books about dog training and my latest–Good Dog Happy Baby–is an Amazon Best Seller and always tops the parenting and pet categories.

"Initially I purchased the course to help me prepare my dog for the arrival of my baby, and it helped me with this enormously. What I didn’t expect was how much it would help me transform my overall relationship with my dog in the most positive way. The bond I have with him now is closer than ever and the bond he is developing with my new baby is beautiful to see."
Susan J.

Recommended by CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta

How to Baby Prep Your Dog

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"This book goes right to what the owner needs, explains what you need to know and solves your problems asap. But it's much more than that. It contains a systematic, rigorous and totally thorough approach to raising your puppy along with tons of photos that show you how to do everything."
-Amazon Buyer
"There's excellent advice in this guide...This book will become a much loved workbook."
-Fit Pregnancy
""Written with style and humor by one who truly understands dogs and the relationships they have with their families."
-Joyce Weidman
Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine (DVM)
""Consistently provides practical, gentle methods for molding dog behavior."
-Jeffrey Bryan
Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine (DVM)

I’ve also trained dogs for countless high profile clients in the entertainment, technology and business worlds including:

Robin Williams • Barry Levinson • Joe Satriani • Bob Weir (The Grateful Dead) • Linda Ronstadt • Michael Tilson Thomas • Charles Schwab • the Fisher family (owners of the Gap) • Max Levchin (founder of PayPal) • Mickey Drexler (CEO of J. Crew) • Chad Hurley (founder of YouTube) • Kevin & Julia Hartz (founders of EventBrite) • Jeremy Stoppelman (founder of Yelp) • Kirk Hammet of Metallica and many others.


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“All this rich experience is now available for you—the expecting (or recent) parent and dog owner—in an easy-to-understand video training course, so that your dog and baby will get along beautifully.”

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What Will You Learn?

in Good Dog, Happy Baby, you’ll learn everything you need to know for the arrival of your baby—the training techniques that assure your dog is on his best behavior when baby comes, including:

  • Getting your dog used to the presence of children, both at a distance and nearby.
  • Getting your dog used to the rough handling that babies routinely dish out.
  • Teaching your dog to go to a safe place when she’s had too much.
  • Teaching your baby how to be gentle with the dog.
  • Teaching your dog how to have fun with baby in a safe and engaging way.
  • Learning how to use toys to help your dog love your baby.
  • Learning how to respond to your dog if she gets snappy and reactive toward babies.
  • Learning how to work with your dog both before and after baby’s arrival.
  • Learning principles such as systematic desensitizing, latent learning, situational learning and much more.
  • Getting your dog used to all sorts of strange baby activities, including crawling, crying, and much more.

"Throughout the course, you’ll learn how to build a close, tolerant, and cooperative relationship between your child and your dog."

You’ll Also Learn:

  • The most critical thing you need to do to make the arrival of your new child as seamless and easy as possible
  • How to avoid the single quickest way to cause your dog to have an emotional meltdown once your child arrives
  • How to use slings and baby bjorns to help your dog get used to your child
  • The one final rule that should be obeyed without any exception. Not obeying this rule could change your entire family’s life forever
  • How to teach your dog to respect boundaries and maintain positive associations with the presence of your child.
  • How to use treats, toys, massage, and physical affection to help your dog learn how to love your child
  • When and when not to reprimand your dog and how to do it appropriately
  • How to create a safe space for your dog
  • How to teach your baby to be gentle with doggy
  • And, many more exciting lessons and strategies for creating a safe home for your baby and dog

Who Is This Course For?

10I designed this course is for all new or expecting parents who also have a dog in their house:

  • For couples who don’t have a baby yet but are getting ready.
  • For parents who just had a baby and haven’t done any prep work.
  • For parents who have crawling infants and developing toddlers.


What’s In The Video Course?

Using this video course is the closest thing to a guarantee you’ll ever find for a guide to creating a healthy, happy, and fulfilling home—with baby, dog, and the entire family.

Let’s break it down. What do you get?

Screen Shot 2016-06-22 at 2.22.57 PMThe full course is broken down into two complementary and self-contained modules. You can buy one or both modules. If you have any doubts, I encourage you to buy the full 2-module course.

  • Module 1: Preparing Your Dog For Childlike Handling
  • Module 2: Working With Dogs Who Are Afraid Of Children

Throughout the Good Dog Happy Baby video course, you’ll join me in intimate training sessions with real clients who are dealing with real issues.

You’ll see how I respond to each situation differently—coaching both dog and parent—to explain and model this unique approach.

Periodically through the videos, I pause the sessions and work with you directly, highlighting key teaching moments to empower your learning process.

These “learning pauses” are designed to help you absorb the material. You’ll also get a companion eBook with each module which cross-references the key learning points from the video.

Each module contains:

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  • Multiple sequential easy-to-digest lessons
  • Video summaries with key learning points and lesson highlights
  • An eBook with cross-references to the video course
  • Direct Access to Mike in the course forum
  • When you buy the course, you also get a 20% discount off the hardcover book: Good Dog Happy Baby.

Get Mike’s exclusive series of proven, effective exercises designed solely to prepare your dog for the changes in your household with your baby’s arrival.


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Not Convinced Yet?

Are you still unsure if the course is worth it? Ok. Let’s put it in perspective.

Most people spend thousands of dollars to prepare their home for baby’s arrival: strollers, car seats, cribs, diaper changing tables, lovies, blankets, clothes, a nursery, etc.

Spending $39 or $49 on your dog—which is less than a big bag of dog food and less than a bag of diapers—is a drop in the bucket.

The truth is—and I know this is cliche—but you can’t put a price tag on something like this. And I hate to say it but…

It’s infinitely less expensive than stitches on the face and the emotional trauma for your child and your own trauma at having to re-home your dog.

And here’s one last point on the value of this course. I usually charge $120/hour for one on one clients. With this course you’re getting much more of my expertise—completely distilled—for 1/4 the price.

Remember, you’re not just preventing a tragedy here. More importantly, you’re preparing your dog to become an empowering, healthy, and developmental presence in your child’s life.

I guarantee, you won’t regret a single penny of it.


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My Life. My Passion. A Note On Why I Created This Course

A few weeks before I created Good Dog, Happy Baby, I was sitting at my desk shaking my head in exasperation. I had just hung up with yet another couple who had decided to give up their dog three months after they had a child.

“It’s just too much,” they told me in tears. “The dog pees every time we pay attention to our baby, he runs around the house and barks at her, growls when we put her on the sofa which he’s no longer allowed on and seems to have generally gone crazy.”

When I told them what they would have to do to correct this situation they realized that with a new baby and two jobs, they simply didn’t have the time.

Sadly they gave up the dog. What was really sad was that the whole situation was entirely preventable had they started working with their dog from the day they knew they were expecting.

After receiving this phone call I decided that the time had come to start building this course. If more people had ready access to this information, I thought, perhaps there would be fewer bites and fewer dogs would be re-homed within a few months of the baby’s arrival.

dog ready for babyWith that motivation, I set out to create the Good Dog, Happy Baby video course. I have tried to cover the most important issues related to bringing a child into a home with one or more dogs in it.

There is no better time to start training your dog for the arrival of your baby than right now. My course, Good Dog, Happy Baby, gives you everything you need to get started on one of the most rewarding and satisfying experiences of your life.

I look forward to meeting you online!

-Mike Wombacher



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