5 Mental Games for Winter Webinar

5 Mental Games for Winter Webinar

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It can be difficult to keep your dog entertained during the winter months. Being cooped up and unable to burn off pent up energy can lead to your dog practically bouncing off the walls!

What is the solution? Playing some mental games with your dog that can be done safely indoors. We cover 5 of these games in this webinar.

Webinar Details

Winter can be challenging for dog owners, as their usual options to physically exercise their dog no longer exist. However, mental exercise can be just as effective, if not more so, to take the edge off.

In this webinar, we will discuss 5 different mental games all dog owners can try with their dogs to help keep peace in their house. Video examples will be included. Don't miss out, and get in on the fun!

Speaker

Dianna L. Santos

Prerequisites

None

Should You Take This Webinar?

Do you live in an area where winter is a factor? This webinar can give you some good ideas on how to entertain your pup mentally and physically!

Looking for more things to do with your dog? The exercises covered in this webinar can be helpful during all months in the year.

Is your dog coming off of an injury? These mental games may be a great option to help a dog who is otherwise on strict exercise restrictions.

Are you a professional instructor? See how you can better educate your clients and implement some of these exercises into your group classes or private consultations.

Webinar Length

90-minutes

CEUs

Approved for 1 CEU from CCPDT and KPA

Webinar Outline

  • Put Your Toys in a Box
  • Learn Your Left From Your Right
  • The Ring Toss Game
  • Grab the Similar Toy
  • Backing Up

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Testimonials

Probably sound like a broken record but its easy to follow, makes me (and therefore my dog) enthusiastic, go at my own pace.

David L. for Introducing Birch Course

Took me out of my comfort zone.  Making me keep training logs. Teaching me to break down behaviors. And forcing me to look at positives. That is huge because all I ever see is what we need to work on.

Kathleen V. for Now What Do I Do? Course

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