When a dog is chasing something, there is a level of excitement of glee and euphoria that goes along with it. Wouldn't it be nice if you could capture all of this positive energy and channel it into your training?
In this webinar, we will walk you through some suggestions on how you can do just that.
For our purposes, the term "Bunny" is used to describe anything an individual dog finds super, duper awesome in the excitement department. This can be a toy, or a certain game they play and even a particular treat.
As trainers, we should weave in "bunnies" into our training programs to help keep our dog's excitement level high, while also using them to cap off a successful training session.
In this webinar, we will discuss some suggestions on how you can do just that.
Dianna L. Santos
Should You Take This Webinar?
Are you competing with your dog? This webinar can help ensure you are injecting some much-needed fun, excitement and drive into your training and overall performance, regardless of the dog sport.
Are you a professional instructor? See how you can better educate your clients and inject these techniques into your own group classes and private consultations.
- What is a "Bunny"?
- Bottle That Excitement!
- Weaving Into Your Training
- Generalize, Generalize, Generalize!
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