Teaching Self-Control in the Presence of Food
An Invaluable Resource for All Pet Dog Guardians, Trainers, and Pet Care Providers!
Are you struggling to work with a dog that will not stop pestering you for treats and seems unable to demonstrate even the slightest self-restraint?
Whether you are a pet dog guardian or a pet professional, we are sure that you will find DogNostics' How to Teach a Dog Self-Control in the Presence of Food 1O-Step Training Plan indispensable, and you will soon have a dog who happily focuses on you rather than your treats!
Please see the full course curriculum below for more information!
StartSTEP 1 - The Bridging Stimulus (3:34)
StartSTEP 2 - The Treat Cupboard & Treat Pot (9:12)
StartSTEP 3 - More Treat Cupboard Games (6:42)
StartSTEP 4 - Generalization of the Treat Pot (9:18)
StartSTEP 5 - Treat Bag Questions (2:12)
StartSTEP 6 - Food in the Hand (5:39)
StartSTEP 7 - Me or the Food? (5:15)
StartSTEP 8 - Open Your Hand (2:51)
StartSTEP 9 - The Dog Can Lie Down! (1:14)
StartSTEP 10 - Vary the Source of the Treat (2:28)
Louise Stapleton-Frappell - B.A. Hons. PCBC-A. PCT-A. CAP3. CTDI. CWRI. DN-FSG2. DN-CPCT2. FFCP.
Professional Canine Behavior Consultant and Trainer – Accredited by the Pet Professional Accreditation Board
Co-Partner and Faculty Member of DogNostics Career Center and Board Member of The Pet Professional Guild.
Louise’s experience, her background as a teacher and her impressive pet industry credentials means she is uniquely qualified to share her skills and knowledge with both the public and pet industry professionals. The creator of the DogNostics’ Dog Trainer Certification Program, Louise has presented at conferences internationally and has gained a reputation for expertly teaching and training humans and canines at her own establishment, The DogSmith of Estepona, in Southern Spain. Louise has published numerous articles on dog training and dog behavior and is also the published co-author of the following titles, A Lexicon of Practical Terms for Pet Trainers and Behavior Consultants and Pet Training and Behavior Consulting: A Model for Raising the Bar to Protect Professionals, Pets and Their People.