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Gone are the days when using Traditional dog training methods are the norm

STOP

  • Don’t use punishment methods!

  • Don’t shout at your dogs!

  • You no longer need to be the pack leader!

  • Don’t use dominant, corrective, punishing, controlling, submissive, pack leader in your vocabularly! 

 

You are now going to become a modern dog owner who…

 

  • Wants a calm, well balanced dog!

  • Wants to bond and have a fun relationship with their dog!

  • Does think about the effect you have on your dog!

  • Do want to learn about your dog’s body language!

  • Does want to guide their dog in the right direction!

Positive Reinforcement Dog Training - The Modern Way

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Welcome to Positive Dog Training…

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What is Positive Reinforcement Dog Training?

 

It is a scientific and powerful way to train your dog.  An easy, effective way of creating the behaviour that you do want (i.e. sitting when told) and stopping the ones you don’t (i.e. jumping up).  It’s very rewarding to make learning fun for both of you, breaking down communications between the human and dog.  It’s amazing how quickly dogs learn a behaviour if their owners put a little time and effort into teaching it.  You aren’t dominating your dog, you are simply guiding them, to ensure a great bond between you and a calm, well balanced dog.

 

A lot of owners don’t know that your dog is actually telling you every day what they are feeling, whether they are scared, anxious, excited or bored. It’s our job, as the owner who protects and guides them to understand their body language, to respond to it and protect them from harm.

 

Coming soon...

A guide to the 4 elements of Positive Dog training - Positive Reinforcement, Positive Punishment, Negative Reinforcement, Negative Punishment.  Operant and Classical Conditioning, calming signals, body language and lots, lots more.

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