WHAT IS GAMES-BASED DOG TRAINING?

Games-based training uses easy, fun and effective exercises to train your dog and develop a great relationship between you.  Not only will you both get great enjoyment out of simply playing, but the games will teach your dog important life-skill concepts such as focus (on you), confidence, calmness and self-control, which will allow him or her to deal with daily life and be a happy and confident member of the family.

 

WHAT SORT OF PROBLEMS CAN CONCEPT TRAINING HELP WITH?

Reactivity to other dogs

Unreliable recall

Pulling on the lead

Barking at the tv

Being scared of the vacuum cleaner

Not wanting to give up an object

and more!

Whatever your training problem is, the first step is to identify the reasons why your dog behaves this way, and then to work on the games which address those reasons.  All the games use either a toy or part of your dog's daily food as a reward.

 

Even if you don't have any particular challenges, or just need inspiration for new ways to interact with your dog, these games are a great way to have fun.  Short sessions of just two or three minutes are all you will need to fit the games into your day.

WHERE DO THE GAMES COME FROM?

This system of training was developed by Absolute Dogs which is based in Devon and run by Tom Mitchell, a veterinary behaviourist, and Lauren Langman, one of the UK's top agility handlers.  Their training programme is used worldwide for all types of dogs, and the results are highly effective. 

Call me on 07899 926749 or email me via the contact page if you would like to know more or to book.