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Download these videos and incorporate them into your Group Classes, Board-n -Train Programs or Private Lessons. Tools To Help You Teach Your Clients Important Dog Training Knowledge Concepts  

The Top Ten Dog Training Knowledge Concepts!

Add These Tools To Your Training Services and Support Your Clients Dog Training Knowledge!

How often do you think 

"I wish i had some great quality short videos to email to my clients to support our skill sessions" 

Well here at DogNostics we have done all the work for you.

  • As professional dog trainers and behavior consultants, we know that training a dog requires a combination of knowledge and mechanical skills; after all, dog training is a hands-on project.  
  • We also recognize that there are several ways to train a dog, lots of different methods, and many conflicting and varied philosophies about how training should be approached. 
  • Make it easy for your clients to choose you as a professional dog trainer, these 10 recordings can be used on your website, social media or in emails to promote the Top-Ten Knowledge Concepts. 
  • They can also be used to support lesson plans, homework emails and the transfer of important knowledge. 
  • The supportive eBook can be used to promote your services and your philosophy.
  • Ensure your skill training programs are supported with the necessary concept knowledge to help you help your clients train their dogs. 

The Download includes:

  • 10 Individual short video files
  • 1 x 24 page eBook detailing each concept. This can be used on your website or forwarded to your clients
  • 1 x PDF of the full color PowerPoint slides

What Are The Top Ten Knowledge Concepts?

  1. #1 Your Best Decision    
  2. #2 +R Rocks       
  3. #3 “No!” isn’t a Behavior.           
  4. #4 Management for Success     
  5. #5 You’ve Got It
  6. #6 Your Training Gear    
  7. #7 The Training Steps     
  8. #8 What Will You Name It? 
  9. #9  Train-Test-Train
  10. #10 Practice Makes Perfect!

A Sample Video 3/10

#3 “No!” isn’t a Behavior.

As we know, dogs do not speak English, French or Spanish, nor do they speak any other language we humans share. They speak dog! For this reason, we must use our words very carefully. Actually, we need to recognize that our pet dogs pick up far more about our feelings, intentions and intended communication via our body language and the way we approach them. To our dogs, we must always be safe. They need to trust we will always look out for them both physically and emotionally. We need to harness our carefully spoken words to clearly communicate what we would like them to do, our expectations, and we need to support that with happy, stress free skill training. In that vein, remember that “NO” is not a behavior. Often, when we say this word, we are frustrated, emotionally stressed or impatient ... purchase now to read more ....

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