Embark on the 21 Days to a Clever Dog Programme and you’ll experience fast, effective ways to train your dog in 21 days with fun daily, bite-sized videos and guides.
To maximise your dog’s training, each daily video will teach you more than one training exercise per day, which is the fastest route to improved impulse control, and is guaranteed to improve and sometimes even resolve any behaviour problems your dog may face.
Designed and directed by Sarah Whitehead, the UK’s leading canine Trainer and Behaviourist, this revolutionary programme can transform any dog, regardless of size or breed – and all using kind, positive methods.
Want to know the secret to why we’re so confident?
To prove this programme is ‘not just another dog training method’, Sarah filmed the training using rescue dogs she’d never met, had no indication of their background or any previous training and were straight out of the kennel.
The results speak for themselves! Now, imagine what you can do with your beloved dog?
Have you registered for my Puppy Watch mini-series?
Once you register, you will receive an email every day for ten days, each with a link to watch the video clip that I have specially prepared for you.
You`ll need: 👉🏻 Three minutes! (They are all quick!) 👉🏻 Your sound on! (Note, the beginning of the video is muted to give you a chance to observe the behaviour before hearing some of what I see!)
Then all you need to do is: ✅ Watch the first part of the video with your `observational` hat on! It`s always less than a minute. ✅ Keep watching. You`ll see the same clip again, but this time with my commentary, so you can hear me describe what I see. ✅ Compare and contrast! Did you see the same things? What insights did you have when watching through my eyes
We are always privileged to be able to work with a wide variety of dogs in the rehoming centre on the ThinkDog! Practical course. This is Bumble - such a charmer, and we are so happy she`s now gone to her forever home :-)
Drop me a message if you would like to join the next ThinkDog! Practical
Wouldn`t it be wonderful to know what your dog was thinking and feeling?
Although we will never know for sure, there are clues you can learn, which will help you to understand your dog much better. If you can do this, you can learn to assess and even predict canine behaviour.
If you are a brilliant owner, a trainer, a member of veterinary staff, behaviour specialist, welfare professional or volunteer – or just have a fascination with dogs - you will benefit from this comprehensive course, bringing to life the hidden language of dogs.
You can access the course by dropping a 🐶 in the comments for the link!
Sign up and join the waitlist now! Your`ll a receive a mini video tutorial every day for ten days.... they`re fast, they`re fun and they`re free!
As a canine behaviour specialist with 30 years` experience, I believe that learning to observe and interpret canine (and feline!) body language is essential for us in building strong, trusting relationships with our dogs - and to keep them safe and happy in our company.
It`s also brilliantly addictive!
So, if you have ever wondered what your dog is thinking and feeling - this is for you!
Drop a 🦴 in the comments for the registration link!
At the start of my career, I was lucky enough to be mentored by, and then work alongside, John Fisher – the original ‘dog whisperer’.
As a result of John’s experience, knowledge and support, I succeeded in building a career that had my heart and soul at its very centre. Nearly 30 years on, and I am still just as passionate about helping dogs, cats and their owners, using kind, force-free methods, and getting great results using the science and art of positive reinforcement.
I help others to fulfill their potential as trainers and behaviourists, through education, coaching, mentoring and occasional hand-holding, (because sometimes the very best trainers seem to lack confidence in themselves).
The reality is that to be a brilliant behaviourist, you need to be an exceptional dog trainer. And to be a superlative trainer, you need to understand behaviour inside and out.
The one biggest challenge facing every trainer and behaviourist is…
…staying up-to-date in your behavioural and training knowledge without having to spend a fortune or taking days out of your already busy schedule to attend more courses. (Plus, of course, the confidence-building that goes with the reassurance that you are getting it right!)
Well, great news; you’re a step away from joining Sarah and her community of like-minded trainers, behaviourists and aspiring canine professionals by uncovering inspirational knowledge and insight on dog behaviour and training – every month.
As a member you get unlimited access to “The Vault”, an online library of all-things dog, so that when you want to dive into a new topic, look up an issue you may not have come across before or just escape for a while, it’s there for you – no matter what level you are at.
As a canine behaviourist, "He`s only playing" is possibly my least favourite expression in the world…
Of course, many dogs love to play with other dogs, but with an estimated 64,000 dogs being killed or injured by other dogs in the UK in one-year*, it’s clearly not without risk.
Good canine play is balanced. Both dogs get to have fun and enjoy themselves without feeling threatened or bullied at any point. Play can change quickly from happy and relaxed to frightening or even damaging, so it is essential that we monitor our dogs’ play, and intervene where necessary.
It’s simply not true that dogs should be allowed to ‘sort it out themselves’. Even if neither of the dogs are physically harmed, the emotional effects of a bad experience can last forever and can create serious behavioural problems that could have been avoided.
Good play, on the other hand, can be fun, stimulating and enjoyable for both parties – it can also create and maintain bonds between dogs that remain friends for life.
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