Phase 1 Week 1
Instructional Video & Documents
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This page is best viewed via desktop

1.) Please watch the below videos and view pictures.

 

2.) Print the PDF and turn in or email your homework each week to your trainer.

3.)Extra Credit = Extra Prize! Submit a simple 1-3 minute Video of you practicing and you and your dog will get to pick a prize out of the Treasure Chest! 

Homework Videos
Instructional Pictures

Prong Collar Safety

  • Do not leave the prong collar on when your dog is not being watched over

  • Do not leave the prong collar on when your dog is in a crate

  • The prong collar is to fit snug around your dogs neck just below the ears, not hanging loosely around the neck

  • Please check as your dog grows as you may need to add links

  • It is recommended your prong collar is always backed up by a carabiner clip and/or prong collar adaptor at all times when in public.  Please see Instructional Pictures

Tips

  • Always remain calm and patient when communicating with your dog

  • Never become angry or frustrated when training.  Walk away and come back to training later

  • Always follow through with what you ask.  Don't request something of your dog and walk away when they don't do it.  BE CONSISTENT

  • Repetition and consistency is the main ingredient

  • Everyone in the home should be on the same page with commands and following through

Phase 1 Week 2
Instructional Video & Documents
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This page is best viewed via desktop

1.) Please watch the below videos and view pictures.

 

2.) Print the PDF and turn in or email your homework each week to your trainer.

3.)Extra Credit = Extra Prize! Submit a simple 1-3 minute Video of you practicing and you and your dog will get to pick a prize out of the Treasure Chest! 

Homework Videos
Instructional Pictures

Prong Collar Safety

  • Do not leave the prong collar on when your dog is not being watched over

  • Do not leave the prong collar on when your dog is in a crate

  • The prong collar is to fit snug around your dogs neck just below the ears, not hanging loosely around the neck

  • Please check as your dog grows as you may need to add links

  • It is recommended your prong collar is always backed up by a carabiner clip and/or prong collar adaptor at all times when in public.  Please see Instructional Pictures

Tips

  • Always remain calm and patient when communicating with your dog

  • Never become angry or frustrated when training.  Walk away and come back to training later

  • Always follow through with what you ask.  Don't request something of your dog and walk away when they don't do it.  BE CONSISTENT

  • Repetition and consistency is the main ingredient

  • Everyone in the home should be on the same page with commands and following through

Phase 1 Week 3
Instructional Video & Documents
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This page is best viewed via desktop

1.) Please watch the below videos and view pictures.

 

2.) Print the PDF and turn in or email your homework each week to your trainer.

3.)Extra Credit = Extra Prize! Submit a simple 1-3 minute Video of you practicing and you and your dog will get to pick a prize out of the Treasure Chest! 

Homework Videos
Instructional Pictures

Prong Collar Safety

  • Do not leave the prong collar on when your dog is not being watched over

  • Do not leave the prong collar on when your dog is in a crate

  • The prong collar is to fit snug around your dogs neck just below the ears, not hanging loosely around the neck

  • Please check as your dog grows as you may need to add links

  • It is recommended your prong collar is always backed up by a carabiner clip and/or prong collar adaptor at all times when in public.  Please see Instructional Pictures

Tips

  • Always remain calm and patient when communicating with your dog

  • Never become angry or frustrated when training.  Walk away and come back to training later

  • Always follow through with what you ask.  Don't request something of your dog and walk away when they don't do it.  BE CONSISTENT

  • Repetition and consistency is the main ingredient

  • Everyone in the home should be on the same page with commands and following through

Phase 1 Week 4
Instructional Video & Documents
_________________________________

This page is best viewed via desktop

1.) Please watch the below videos and view pictures.

 

2.) Print the PDF and turn in or email your homework each week to your trainer.

3.)Extra Credit = Extra Prize! Submit a simple 1-3 minute Video of you practicing and you and your dog will get to pick a prize out of the Treasure Chest! 

Homework Videos
Instructional Pictures