Brain Training For Dogs PDF Book Download (Adrienne Farricelli)

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Brain Training For Dogs PDF Book (Adrienne Farricelli) In her Brain Training For Dogs PDF book, Adrienne Farricelli will teach you how to release the natural intelligence inside your dog, you will also get access to an online platform with over 21 games for improving his obedience and behavior, you get a huge library of information on how to change specific problem behaviors, and much more. Click here to download Brain Training For Dogs PDF book by Adrienne Farricelli Brain Training For Dogs PDF is all you need to dramatically improve your dog’s obedience, eliminate troublesome behavior like barking, chewing or aggression, and have your dog effortlessly sit, lie down, stay, heel, drop and 1 walk by your side. Here’s a sneak peak at what you get inside Brain Training For Dogs PDF book... MODULE 1 - PRESCHOOL This is the foundation for the Brain Training For Dogs PDF course. Here your dog will learn how to tap into his awesome brain power to become super obedient to your every command. Inside you will discover… ● How to ‘Target Train’ your dog so he/she keeps their attention on you. (You can even use ‘targeting’ to get your dog to open doors, ring bells or turn off lights). ● The ‘magic little way’ to get your dog to look into your eyes so the communication is strong as a foundation for super obedience. ● A very simple ‘airplane game’ to get your dog looking into your eyes and paying attention to you as the source of reward and pleasure. 2 MODULE 2- ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Now that your dog has mastered foundational training it’s time to improve his skills and use his senses to complete your commands. You will get games covering the following… ● The ‘treasure hunt game’ that gets your dog back to his evolutionary roots and relieves the ‘boredom’ that leads to so many problem behaviors. ● ‘The muffin game’ to keep your dog mentally stimulated and out of trouble. ● ‘The ball pit game’ to drain your dog’s energy and make him easier to work with – all while they have a ton of fun and exercise. Click here to download Brain Training For Dogs PDF book by Adrienne Farricelli MODULE 3- HIGH SCHOOL In this part of Brain Training For Dogs PDF book, your dog will learn about patience and impulse control with the following games… ● Inside ‘jazz up and settle down’ you will learn how to settle your Dog down quickly after being hyped up with activity for a while. ● The bottle game will help provide mental stimulation plus a small amount of exercise so they behave better for you. ● Bobbing for treats will give your dog the excitement and reward he needs to behave well, while helping to remove any fear of water. MODULE 4 - COLLEGE 3 Here you will develop your dog’s motor skills and his ability to concentrate on your commands. Inside you will discover: ● The shell game to develop his mental agility. ● The open sesame game to develop patience and calmness despite an open door. ● The magic carpet game to develop even more patience and dexterity. MODULE 5 - UNIVERSITY In this part of the Brain Training For Dogs book you will develop your dog’s intelligence and patience. You’ll also be focusing on helping him with his impulse control to become a better behaved dog. Inside you will discover: ● The hide and seek game to create a strong bond between you and your dog, and helps dogs who have trouble being alone. 4 ● The look at that game to stop dogs barking at other dogs or people from the window. ● The hot and cold game to boost your dog's ability to learn and build his confidence. MODULE 6 - GRADUATION Here your dog will develop advanced level motor skills and intelligence…to obey your commands. Inside you will discover: ● Advanced leg-weaving skills to impress your friends. ● The Serpentines and spirals game to help your dog stick by your side and follow your movements -no matter how erratic. ● The name recognition game where your dog will learn to pick out toys by their name, to boost his cognitive ability. MODULE 7 - EINSTEIN Your dog is now at ‘genius level’. Why not impress your friends with your dog’s ability to stack rings, tidy his toys, and even play the piano? Inside you will discover: ● The tidy up game so your dog can tidy up after he is finished playing, A very impressive and useful trick. ● The ring stackers game to develop skill and patience. ● Play the piano game – that’s right. Your dog will actually play the piano on cue. You Also Get 7 Trick Training Videos including: ● Take a Bow 5 ● Cover his Eyes (‘Shame on You’) ● Dance ● Shake hands ● Howl ● Play dead ● Roll over Obedience 101 Training… which includes: ● Insider secrets of using a ‘food lure’ to train your dog to complete your commands. ● The critical element needed to get your dog to sit/lie down/take or leave items. ● Key strategies for getting your dog to stay/heel/come to you and listen to your every command. You will also learn how to teach your dog to ‘drop it,’ which can literally save your dog’s life if he ever picks up something dangerous! ● You will discover the exact methods I have used to successfully teach obedience commands to hundreds of dogs, and learn the secrets that will make your dog eager to listen to your every word! Click here to download Brain Training For Dogs PDF book by Adrienne Farricelli Polishing Up Your Training… which includes: ● How to fade food lures so your dog listens to you even when there’s no food in sight ● The demystifying truth behind hand signals ● A very simple tactic to increase obedience with verbal cues ● How to boost obedience levels by fading continuous rewards 6 Adrienne's Archive… which includes: ● Over 100 in-depth articles covering just about every behavior problem you can think of. ● An entire section dedicated to puppy training where I reveal the secrets of successful potty training, crate training, socialization and bite inhibition. ● NO cookie-cutter solutions. Most behavior problems have many different possible causes, and each different cause needs a different solution. That's why my techniques tackle the root cause of the problem to stop bad behaviors FAST. ● All force-free, gentle techniques, created by a professional CCPDT certified trainer. And there’s more… You also get: ● Cutting-edge dog training science and techniques. ● Gentle force-free techniques ONLY. ● Clear instructions with pictures. ● Troubleshooting segments in the Brain Training course for difficult dogs. ● Video demonstrations of the brain training games. ● A HUGE archive covering almost every dog behavior problem you could think of. ● Tailor-made solutions for behavior problems which tackle the root cause. ● Exclusive information from a certified professional trainer with years of experience. ● Ability to submit questions directly to me for answering through my support system. ● A private forum where members can discuss dogs and dog training, or just chat and connect with like-minded people. ● An online member’s area which means you can easily access all of the information on the go. 7 The Importance of Keeping Your Dog Mentally Stimulated Raise your hand if your dog has ever pestered you, following you from room to room with a bored face? If so, rest assured, you are not alone! Boredom and pent-up energy are the most common reasons dogs develop behavioral problems. Most dogs living in urban settings spend a good chunk of their time alone, and the biggest perk of their day may be seeing their beloved owners coming home. This is a moment of great excitement and celebration and can often be too much to handle for a tired owner who has spent eight hours in the office. Dogs Were Meant to Lead Active Lives If we look at the many dog breeds that surround us, we will note that the majority were selectively bred to carry out certain tasks. We have the retrievers who retrieved downed birds for the hunter, the hounds who tracked prey with their powerful noses, the spaniels who flushed birds out of bushes, the herders who grouped cows and sheep, the livestock 8 guardians who protected farm animals from predators and several other versatile breeds who specialized in a variety of tasks. Today, most dogs are no longer used as workers but as loyal companions who are often relegated to the yard or left at home with not much to do all day. This leaves dogs with a void to fill up. The saying “an idle mind is the devil’s workshop” fits people and dogs as well. With little left to do all day, dogs become destructive and may engage in undesirable behaviors such as digging, chewing and barking. Dogs Need Exercise and Mental Stimulation Too! Einstein and I play the Hide and Seek game! When we think of bored dogs, we often think of exercise, but dogs need a healthy dose of mental stimulation too. Despite the fact that most dogs in modern times no longer live in the wild and are no longer hunting all day in the fields with their masters, they still have a strong drive for mental stimulation. This, however, doesn’t mean that you will have to quit your 9 to 5 job, purchase a rifle and go on a rabbit hunting adventure with your dog! There many great ways you can enrich your dog’s life from the comfort of your home and yard to get your dog’s cognitive abilities going. Simple games such as Hide ‘n’ Seek (included in the Brain Training For Dogs PDF course by Adrienne Farricelli) will encourage your dog to engage his brain while also allowing him to get in the much needed exercise he wouldn’t have got had he spent the day snoozing in front of the fireplace. A Glimpse Back in Time When dogs were in the wild, mealtime was quite different than what it is today. In order to eat, dogs had to hunt, which entailed sniffing, stalking, chasing and killing. 9 Then, once the animal was killed, they had to work on separating the meat from the bones which involved lots of gnawing and scraping. Even when dogs were domesticated and no longer hunters at heart they were still scavenging for food and their life wasn’t easy. They spent a good part of their days sniffing and walking around looking for little tid bits of food. Their diet mostly consisted of carcasses left over by other predators or food left behind by humans who discarded the less appetizing parts from the animals they hunted. In any case dogs of the past, whether they were hunters or scavengers, all spent a good part of their day searching for food. This was surely a far cry from the way dogs are fed today! Nowadays, we do all the hunting for our dogs by visiting our local pet supply store. 10 Our dog’s food comes in bags or cans which we then pour into shiny bowls ready to be gulped down, often times without even chewing! Certain brain games can help to re-introduce “hunting” into your dog’s life such as the “Treasure Hunt” game from Brain Training For Dogs PDF book. Brain Training for Dogs PDF by Adrienne Farricelli will also show you how to teach the Bottle Game, which is the simplest way to create a suppertime challenge for your dog. Alternatively, you can use dog feeder toys to add mental stimulation to meals. What Can You Do About It? Problem-solving exercises, new tricks, or simply revamping a training session with some element of novelty are all simple ways you can keep your dog mentally stimulated. My Brain Training for Dogs PDF course offers 21 cool brain games you can play with your pooch to exercise his brain while adding a competitive edge to keep both you and your dog on your toes (or paws should I say)! Each section has a guide to help you succeed, troubleshooting tips, and plenty of pictures so you can see exactly how to train the games. When a dog’s needs for exercise and mental stimulation are met, dogs make happier and healthier companions, so next time you think about exercising your dog, don’t forget to exercise that brain too! 5 Simple Ways to Get Your Dog to Pay Attention Do you find yourself trying hopelessly to get your dog’s attention? Does “in one ear and out the other” sound familiar? Or does your dog find it easy to listen to you until he sees the dreaded mail carrier? Whatever the case, it’s important that us owners are able to capture and hold our dog’s attention. Just imagine the consequences if our dog ran onto a busy road and was not 11 able to listen to us calling him back! In this article I will cover 5 simple tips you can apply immediately to help your dog become more attentive. Brain Training Brain training is a super effective way to increase your dog’s ability to pay attention to you! Many of the games in Adrienne Farricelli's Brain Training for Dogs book are designed to improve your dog’s attentiveness. One of my favorites is “The Airplane Game,” which you can access for free. In this simple game your dog will learn the following important skills: ● How to pay attention to you on command. ● How to maintain focus on you despite distractions – unlocking the pathway to super obedience. ● How to use his hidden intelligence to figure out puzzles. The “Smacking Sound” Wouldn’t it be great if there was a noise we could make at any time to get our dog to immediately pay attention to us? Well, fortunately for us there is, and it’s called the “smacking sound”! But before we can harness its power, we need to teach our dog that this particular sound = food. Click here to download Brain Training For Dogs PDF book by Adrienne Farricelli Making the smacking sound and giving my dog a treat I make my smacking sound, then immediately give my dog a treat! 12 To do this, with your dog in a quiet room, make a smacking sound as though you were kissing the air, then immediately give him a treat. It doesn’t matter what he’s doing when you give him the treat (so long as he’s not doing anything bad like tearing up the sofa), the idea is simply to show him that whenever he hears the sound, he gets treats. After doing this for a while, you should notice that your dog looks at you for his treat whenever you make the sound. With continued practice, you can start using the smacking sound in everyday life when you want to grab your dog’s attention! Keep in mind, however, that the smacking sound may be less effective at times when your dog is too worked up. For example, if he has seen something outside that he reacts strongly to, your sound may go unnoticed. One remedy for this is the “Look at That” game found in my Brain Training for Dogs course. In “Look at That,” we will work specifically on teaching 13 your dog to pay attention to the smacking sound despite strong distractions. The Importance of Incentives Slices of plain cooked chicken are high-value treats. They can be used during particularly challenging training sessions. How would you feel about the idea of working without getting paid? This is exactly how our dogs may feel when we ask them to perform mundane tasks without rewarding them for their efforts! That is why incentives are so important in dog training. There are many different types of incentive, but food rewards are the most common. These rewards are given to a dog whenever he successfully performs a certain action. So let’s say we just started teaching our dog to “sit” for the first time. When he sits successfully, we would reward his effort by slipping him a doggy biscuit or piece of kibble. Now, the next time we ask him to sit, he will be eager to do so because he knows that he will get something tasty in return! In the Brain Training for Dogs program I cover techniques which allow you to stop giving your dog a treat every time he successfully performs a certain action, and also introduce other forms of reward. Reward Voluntary Check-ins I reward my dog for voluntarily checking in on me in the yard. When you are out in the yard with your dog, how often does he pay attention to you? Most likely, not very much, as he’s far too busy exploring the world with his powerful sniffer. Maybe it’s time for a little change… Make it a habit when you are out in the yard to bring along some high-value treats (e.g. plain cooked chicken slices). Keep these treats handy in a pocket or treat bag. Now every time your dog happens to walk within 14 arm’s reach of you, praise him and extend your hand to offer him a treat. If you do this often enough, positive reinforcement will work its magic and you’ll soon notice your dog checking in with you more and more. This is great news, because it means he is learning that you are worthy of his attention! Right Place, Right Time Choosing to begin training sessions at the right place and time can play a big role in whether or not your dog is able to pay attention. It’s best to avoid training your dog when you first come home from work and he is all eager and excited to greet you, or when he’s all hyped up and bouncing off the walls after mealtime. Instead, wait until your dog is calmer and more capable of focusing, and use these times to your advantage. You may also want to avoid training a new behavior in an environment where there are lots of distracting sights, sounds, and smells (e.g. the yard), as this makes it harder for your dog to stay focused on you. Instead, try training in a quiet room at first. It’s also a good idea to avoid rooms with windows if your dog is easily distracted by things he sees outside. Click here to download Brain Training For Dogs PDF book by Adrienne Farricelli 15

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