Watch how the Good Dog on the Go Online Training Courses work:Rescue Dog 101 was designed especially for pet parents of a new rescue dog. Our program takes into account the trauma that your rescue dog could have experienced prior to be matched with your family. This program focuses on exercises designed to relieve stress and anxiety. It also covers a variety of basic dog training exercises. This program includes 33 online training videos. Watch at home or train on the go.
The Rescue Dog 101 online course features sit, down, getting your dog used to his new name, attention games, come when called, using a crate, Tellington TTouch relaxation and stress reduction exercises, how to use food dispensing toys, targeting, go to your bed, and the top 10 must have dog items.
Curriculum Includes the Following Videos:
Introduction: Introduction to Rescue Dog 101 Program, How to Give Your Dog a Treat, Introduction to ThunderShirt, How to Stuff a Food Dispensing Toy
Management: Top 10 Must Have Dog Items, Housetraining – Setting Up for Success, Housetraining – Problem Solving, Crate Training
Basic Reward Based Dog Training – Name & Attention Games: Magic Hands, Advanced Magic Hands, Name Game, Name Game Part 2, Catch and Release
Basic Reward Based Dog Training – Sit Games: Let’s Sit Part 1, Let’s Sit Part 2, Sit for Everything, Wait for the Food Bowl
Basic Reward Based Dog Training – Down & Stay Games: Down and Stay, Down Treat Repeat, Moving Down Treat Repeat, Daring Downs, Go To Your Bed Part 1, Go To Your Bed Part 2, Go To Your Bed Part 3
Basic Reward Based Dog Training – Redirect Attention Games: Target, Treasure Hunt, Treasure Hunt Part 2
Tellington TTouch Relaxation & Stress Relief Exercises: Introduction to Tellington TTouch, Noah’s March, Llama, Abalone, Ear Work, Python Leg Lifts, Tail Work
This program was developed to build a successful and safe relationship between your dog and family. We want to give all members of your family the tools they need to stay safe, to learn about dogs, and to respect all dogs. Plus, we want to give your dog skills that will help them be a good member of your family and community.
Many of the dog training exercises in the Good Dog program are kid friendly, meaning that your children can participate with adult supervision. Children under the age of twelve should always be supervised around a dog, even a family dog that you’ve known for years.
The Good Dog program does not address aggressive or fear based behaviors in dogs, which require the assistance of a positive reinforcement dog training professional.
Watch a sample video from this course: