Phase 2 Week 1
Instructional Video & Documents
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1.) Please watch the below videos.

 

2.) Print the PDF and turn in your homework each week.

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 & Bonus 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 2 Week 2
Instructional Video & Documents
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This page is best viewed on desktop

1.) Please watch the below videos.

 

2.) Print the PDF and turn in your homework each week.

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 & Bonus 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 2 Week 3
Instructional Video & Documents
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This page is best viewed on desktop

1.) Please watch the below videos.

 

2.) Print the PDF and turn in your homework each week.

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 & Bonus 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