Learn how to recognize canine calming signals.
Learn how to brush your dog's teeth and the secrets to good oral care for your dog.
We'll start to work on helping your dog to settle on a mat on command.
This is the first step in teaching your dog to go and settle on his mat, on command.
Using one of your dog's toys, you'll try to distract him as another person calls him to come.
A fun game to practice with your dog. When you drop something on the floor that you don't want your dog to pick up.
This gets your dog used to sitting for you when you're doing different things.
More fun positions to give commands from.
Gentle Tellington TTouch exercises focusing on your dog's mouth.
These small TTouch circles mimic the motion of a choo choo train.
Learn to be SAFE around strange dogs.
This month we focus on feeding our dog healthy food and treats.
Tricks are fun to learn and teach.
This month, we'll continue with our leash walking skills by going outside. Being outside makes listening and paying attention harder for our dog because of all the noises, sights, and distractions.
Here's a great exercise to practice on walks. You want to continuously keep your dog guessing about where you're going.
Part 2 of our Oops game. This helps your dog learn not to pick up everything that falls on the floor.
Teach your dog to crawl.
A trick that's fun to learn. Teach your dog to roll over.
This TTouch is a touch that bounces all over your dog.
This TTouch exercises uses small circles with the tips of the fingers, all over the body.
Learn to be SAFE around dogs you know.
Learn the proper ID that your dog needs to stay safe.
Learn the importance of the "drop it" skill for your dog.
Dogs learn to go to their mat and lay down.
Pack and unpack groceries while your dog stays in a down position.
Drop It lets your dog practice dropping items on command.
Practice calling to your dog to come, while on a walk.
Teach your dog to shake with his paw.
Gently slide your dogs hair through your fingers, from the root to the tip.
Hold the leg gently, lift the skin up and release.
Learn how animal services helps your community.
Learn how you can help your local animal shelter and dogs without a home in your community.
Teaching your dog targeting skills and tricks.
Teach your dog to put his nose on the target stick. This is the first part of teaching tricks with the target stick.
In this exercise, your dog learns to touch the target stick while it moves in front of him.
Teach your dog to spin around by following the target stick.
Your dog learns to come to the person opening the front door, when called.
Dogs learn to go to their mat, lay down and stay.
In this TTouch, you'll push your dog's fur together with both hands and release.
Walk your fingers up and down your dog's body like a spider, while rolling the skin like a plow.
Learning about a dog's sense of smell and how they use their nose.
Loving your dog by playing nosework games and activities that make him use his nose.
Teaching your dog the importance of wait.
Play this fun nosework game with your dog and let him sniff out treats.
An advanced game of hide and seek for your dog to sniff you out.
This game teaches your dog to wait for your command, before eating or taking things he wants.
Teaches your dog to wait at the front door, until you tell him to go out.
Teach your dog to go to his mat and settle, when the doorbell rings.
A fun and easy TTouch that uses the Zoom Groom Brush to gently jiggle your dog's fur and skin.
A light, long sweeping stroke done across or with the hair.
Learn how smart dogs are and what canine cognition is.
Learn how to be an advocate for your dog.
This month we're focusing on teaching your dog to politely meet people and not jump on them.
Does your dog use his memory, his nose, or verbal commands to find the treat? A fun game for all.
Teach your dog the polite way to meet people on a walk.
Teach your dog the polite way to meet new people who come to visit you.
Teaching your dog to come when called.
Using the target stick, teach your dog to lift their front two legs off the ground.
A whole hand circle and a quarter, all over the dog's body.