Review On Brain Training For Dogs

Today, I am doing a review on brain training for dogs.  It has a video and online books for $47, that eliminates bad behavior and creates the dog of your dreams.  The owner is a certified dog trainer, who has been working at it for 10 days.  It engages your dog’s intelligence and goes to the root of the behavioral problem.  

The E book is 328 pages, and an 89 page dog behavioral training manual.  There are also 21 videos that details different dog behaviors, and how to get your dog to follow your commands.  You do have to be be patient when utilizing these techniques, they do not work overnight.  These materials help stimulate your dog’s brain, which is the key to your dog understanding you want, and hence, listen to you.

The method works through rewards and praises that create positive emotions in your dog.  The technique has been studied at Harvard and other universities with success. An example of some of the behaviors Brain Training 4 dogs are as follows:  potty training, dealing with aggression, jumping, digging, whining, chewing, excessive barking, impulse control, hyperactivity, and ignoring your commands.

There is a money back guarantee.  One thing to note is there is a lot of reading involved, so you have to engage in the material, and pass it on to your dog.

They give you cutting edge dog training techniques. Gentle force free techniques. Pictures, and trouble shooting techniques. You can submit questions to the certified trainer and owner of this site.  There is also a private forum to chat and an online members area that allows you to access all the material.

I can say additionally, that a user used this method extensively on her dogs, and they worked like a charm for both of the dogs!  If you would like to check out this fantastic product, click here!

Sources

braintraining4dogs.com

littlepawstraining.com/

Shetland Sheepdog Training

5 thoughts on “Review On Brain Training For Dogs”

  1. This sounds super interesting and sure there is a good strategy to implement as well as lots of tips to get our K9 friends trained.
    I used similar methods to reward for good behavior to a dog that was my partner when i was a boy, I even taught him our own language that only me and him understood, dogs are super intelligent and extremely sensitive so treat the right way they can for sure learn anything.
    What is biggest challenge that you have overcome with your dog training techniques Anthony?

    Reply
  2. This sounds super interesting and sure there is a good strategy to implement as well as lots of tips to get our K9 friends trained.I used similar methods to reward for good behavior to a dog that was my partner when i was a boy, I even taught him our own language that only me and him understood, dogs are super intelligent and extremely sensitive so treat the right way they can for sure learn anything.What is biggest challenge that you have overcome with your dog training techniques Anthony?

    Reply
    • Thank you for your comments, Jim.  I found this site quite interesting myself.  Cool that you had your own language with your dog, I never heard of that before!  I found that the biggest challenge is the beginning, when I’m teaching them the basics like come, sit, and stay.  The beginning commands are the hardest, because, up to that point, the dog’s brain hasn’t had any training yet.

      Reply
  3. Hello, Anthony, thanks alot for sharing such amazing content with us all, I was actually doing some research online when I saw your post and I must say it really has been helpful to me a lot. I really want to commend your effort in bringing up this educational website to us all. I believe dogs adapt easily, teaching them might be a bit stressful, but worth it at the end.

    Reply
    • Thank you for your comments.  Yes, it just requires patience and determination and we can all get there.  Have a good day.

      Reply

Leave a Comment