Does your dog get so excited that he struggles to focus and process what you want him to do?
Does he often choose distractions over the things you can offer like treats and toys?
Does he go into a new environment fearing that something scary might happen?
These three differing scenarios, which can apply equally to performance dogs and companion dogs, are real barriers to learning, and can also damage your relationship with your dog.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. In this new book, How to be a Concept Trainer, we reveal this novel approach to training – and it’s all about playing games!
Instead of tackling problems head-on, we have developed specific games which actually enhance our dogs' brains, inspire better choices from them and work on underlying emotional struggles that can otherwise be a challenge to work with.