Teaching Self-Control in the Presence of FoodAn Invaluable Resource To Help Your Clients!
Are you struggling to work with a dog that will not stop pestering you for treats and seems unable to demonstrate even the slightest self-restraint?
Whether you are a pet dog guardian or a pet professional, we are sure that you will find DogNostics’ How to Teach a Dog Self-Control in the Presence of Food 1O-Step Training Plan indispensable, and you will soon have a dog who happily focuses on you rather than your treats!
As professional dog trainers and behavior consultants, we understand how frustrating it is for pet dog guardians and pet professionals when a pet is unable to concentrate in the presence of food.
We want all pets and their guardians to enjoy training together and recognize that teaching a dog self-control and the ability to focus on the handler in the presence of food treats is fundamental if this is to occur.
This short but comprehensive, step-by-step training plan is an invaluable tool for anyone working with a food-obsessed dog or a dog that has become reliant on food in the hand. Follow each of the steps and you should soon have a dog that is able to focus in the presence of food!
Earn Continued Education Units While You Learn!
PPAB 0.5, CCPDT 0.5. IAABC 0.5
Your Program Content Includes:
How to Use the Train-Test-Train Method (Pdf Handout)
Your 10-Step Training Plan Video Files
- STEP 1 – The Bridging Stimulus
- STEP 2 – The Treat Cupboard & Treat Pot
- STEP 3 – More Treat Cupboard Games
- STEP 4 – Generalization of the Treat Pot
- STEP 5 – Treat Bag Questions
- STEP 6 – Food in the Hand
- STEP 7 – Me or the Food?
- STEP 8 – Open Your Hand
- STEP 9 – The Dog can Lie Down!
- STEP 10 – Vary the Source of the Treat
How to Train a Hand Touch (Supplementary Lesson – Step-by-Step E-Learning Video File).
A total of over one hour of e-learning video files!
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