Self Study Courses


Principles & Keys To Success With Your Dog!

 

There are a great many aspects to training a dog, many techniques and many different approaches. 

 

There are, however, some universal guiding principles that can and should be applied to any successful dog training program!

 

This guide explains the things I wish I’d known about and properly understood when I trained my first dog.  

 

I hope you enjoy it and it gives you some practical, real world, useful information to help you succeed with your dog!

 

£4.99


DOG SPORT FOUNDATIONS

 

25 Really fun skill building activities to further your training, increase your dogs confidence and deepen the bond between you. 

 

Teach your dog to go around, over, onto, through and under objects. 

 

Teach hind-end awareness, recall to front, walk backwards, walk backwards up something!, front feet platform pivot, rear feet on a platform, turn to the left, turn to the right and so much more!

 

 

 

£24.99

This course is appropriate for dogs who are 5.5 months or older with a foundation in basic obedience including: sit, down, stay, and coming when called.


Jim's Intro To Dog Agility

 

This course will introduce you and your dog to the fun and fast growing sport of dog agility. Whether you dream of someday competing at Crufts or just want to have a great time with your dog, this course is for you.  Learn the fundamentals of agility obstacles and groundwork for fun, fitness and teamwork building with your dog using everyday items you have at home plus loads of great advice on cardiovascular fitness, strength and conditioning, safety considerations and proper warm-up & cool down routines.

£24.99

This course is appropriate for dogs who are 5.5 months or older with a foundation in basic obedience including: sit, down, stay, and coming when called.

 

It provides safe stepwise training to ensure you both understand how to complete the obstacle challenges properly ensuring your dogs safety at all times.  Agility can overly strain or injure your dog if you don't properly understand the requirements of each obstacle and how to train safely and appropriately for your dogs age and stage of learning.

 

The fun activities and games are all low impact and the course videos show puppy appropriate versions and more advanced variations for dogs over 1 year old.

 

Please note that due to the development of dog’s bones and growth plates, you should not attempt to teach full weaves, repetitive jumping or use raised ramps if your dog is under 1 year old (18 months for a large breed), this is VERY important.