A video version of this tutorial can be found HERE. Any questions? Pop them in the comments!
Check out how to train a killer chin rest with the following infographic and video tutorial: The video version of this tutorial can be found HERE. Let us know what you think! Feel free to share your own attempts at training this down below. We’ll happily give feedback on how to improve your chin rest!
There is also a video version of this tutorial available HERE. How do you like this tutorial? Let me know in the comments!
Paw targets are one of my most used and favourite behaviours to teach. You can check out our tutorial HERE. Give this a try and let us know what you think! Hard? Easy? Helpful? If you’re having any problems I’m happy to help coach people in the comments!
Hand touches are one of my favourite behaviours and they’re so helpful for when you want to move your dog in any context. Check out the tutorial on how to teach this below. A video version of this tutorial can be found here. Give this a try and let us know what you think! Hard?
Event markers are crucial for teaching a dog more complex behaviours such as recall, not jumping up, and how to behave when visitors come over as well as many other things! Check out our tutorial on this below: A video version of this tutorial is on its way as soon as I’ve dealt with some
Settle is such a helpful behaviour and is crucial for teaching dogs to behave nicely and chill out in public but can also be used to help to teach dogs calm when in the home, particularly when you have visitors over! A video version of this tutorial is on its way as soon as I’ve
Sit is one of the key behaviours we ask our dogs to learn. It’s crucial for teaching the dogs to ask for things nicely, as well as an integral part of any manners training programme. A video version of this tutorial is on its way as soon as I’ve dealt with some technical difficulties. I’ll
This is another development of the tutorial released last week. This time we’ll be working with food on the floor. Often dogs find the change from handheld food to food on the floor a challenge so this is worth working on to make sure that your dogs really understand the concept. Part 1 of this
Its yer choice is a great development from the zen hand tutorial released last week. Depending on how you develop this, it can be used to add duration to your behaviours (in the form of reverse luring), or used to develop your impulse control further to teach your dog to wait around treats on the