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That's me and Dutchess, a good friend's Black Mouth Cur. The original photo was a blurry selfie that was transformed with the app Insta Toon. I posted the picture because it shows my love for dogs that apparently is not one sided. I don't have a dog yet, but look forward to it one day. 

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Image of a bronze statue of Old Drum on the Johnson County Courthouse lawn in Warrensburg, MO.

What's the origin of ‘Dog is man’s best friend’?

Brain Training for Dogs
Turn a dog into a GENIUS!
The science behind my system of correcting bad behaviors is simple.

Use the idea of ‘neuroplasticity’ in the human brain.

It's a well established idea researched heavily at Harvard and other leading universities.

In other words – our brains are like soft plastic – always capable of molding and changing to learn new habits and behaviors.

Well a dog's brain is the EXACT same.

The right mental stimulation and training is scientifically proven to make the brain more open and receptive to learning new information.

Properly trained dogs are able to listen and better understand what to do.

Proper training causes bad behaviors simply fade away as more desirable ones appear in their place.

Who Needs This Secret To Using A Dog's Natural Intelligence To Stop Bad Behavior?

Most Dog training programs today fail to engage the Dog on a mental level, and fail to develop his/her intelligence. With enough mental stimulation - many problem behaviors simply melt away.
Most dog training programs fail because they never address the root cause of the dog's problem behavior. They provide some cookie-cutter technique to stop biting, chewing or barking - which is short term in its effectiveness at best - again, because it does not address the root cause of the problem.
Most dog training programs use OUTDATED force and dominance techniques. This is proven NOT to work by the latest research. My methods are force-free and gentle. They rely on the latest science in dog behavior research to create a strong bond with the dog and create positive emotions in the dog as opposed to fearful ones. They only reinforce desired behaviors.
Many other online dog training programs are created by PHONEYS with no certifications… This is dangerous, since using the wrong techniques will lead to problem behaviors getting worse or even a bite in some cases. Avoid taking advice from any "trainer" who does not list his/her professional certifications.

I make my smacking sound, then immediately give my dog a treat!

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.

To do this, with your dog in a quiet room, make a smacking sound as though kissing the air, then immediately give him a treat. It doesn’t matter what he’s doing when he gets 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, notice that your dog looks for his treat whenever he hears the sound. Start using the smacking sound in everyday life when you want to grab his attention!

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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!
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