The Brain Training for Dogs is a Book that focuses on your animal psychologically. Therefore, you can deal with their bad behaviour by releasing their ‘concealed knowledge’.
This cutting-edge program will help you to play as well as to train your dogs. We will share what we know about this program in this Brain Training for Dogs reviews.
Brain Training For Dogs Reviews
The two most popular games we play with our dogs are Fetch and Tug-Of-War. These great games help you not only increase exercise and building their bond with you, but also teach your dog how to what’s in its mouth.
On the other hand, these kinds of games don’t request much brainpower from your pet. Both mental and physical activities are tiring, but your dog needs to get the balance of them to stay healthy.
The content of an eBook, Brain Training for Dogs by Adrienne Farricelli, includes games and puzzles that you and your dog can do together. It also provides several good video examples for each game, so you can quickly know how they work.
About the Author – Adrienne Farricelli
Adrienne Farricelli works as a professional background working with dogs previously at an Animal Hospital and a Dog Shelter. She has a certification of Dog Trainer (Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CPDT-KA®) and in Missouri, she has taught obedience and canine musical freestyle classes.
Scientifically that she uses are proven positive reinforcement and reward-based techniques. She lives with her husband Alex and Rottweilers, Petra and Einstein.
Mentally Challenge Your Dog
The games of Brain Training for Dogs are designed in upgrade level like a school system – For instance, you begin at Pre-School then go up to Elementary, then High School and so on so forth, until they reach Graduation and finally the Einstein level!
At the end of each lesson, there are challenges to grade your from A to F. Any dogs can earn an A grade, but several of them may need more time than others.
It means to increase your dog’s mental aptitude and build their confidence little by little.
Brain Training for Dogs doesn’t assume that your dog already has some necessary skills, which is one of its great things. It begins with some basic obedience exercises such as Sit and Down. And you can choose the method such as clicker training or verbal markers.
So, if you have never known about dog training – no matter, you can get started with Obedience 101 section. Otherwise, you can skip this and go straight to school!
The Dog Brain Training Games
According to Brain Training For Dogs Review, Each level or grade gives three brain games, so Brain Training for Dogs has a total of 21 games.
In Pershoocl, it will teach your dog to touch a chosen target with their nose and paws and how to pay attention to you by making eye contact.
And as your dog finishes the Einstein level, your dog will know how to play the piano and even tidy the house!
Each game comes up with a step-by-step instruction with image examples, especially a video guide showing Adrienne and her dog completing the challenge.
In case your dogs have been facing some problems as practising any tricks, the Brain Training For Dogs provides a troubleshooting section for each game to help you simplify the process.
And if your dog is easy to lose interesting, the standard can be lowered so that they won’t be frustrated. As soon as they get the idea, it will become hard to train them in an advanced version of the game.
It’s time for the exam when your dog has mastered the trick.
Your dog is required to perform the action they have just learned in each exam. And their grade relies on some factors, including how much time it took them to complete the challenge.
To start, all you need are some treats & toys to reward your dog and an optional clicker.
You can replace some tools of the games with things available around your house. You will need to equip a battery-operated keyboard/piano for the piano game.
Bonus E-Book – Behaviour Training for Dogs
Brain Training for Dogs gives you a bonus eBook, Behaviour Training for Dogs, which includes advice to deal with usual dog behavioural problems such as whining, digging, barking, and chewing.
The same with Brain Training for Dogs eBook, this course is also well-written and full of useful tips along with picture examples.
Is This Ideal For Your Dog?
I have some caution for this section. Brain Training for Dogs Book is different from Doggy Dan’s strategy, it certainly functions best for dogs with previous obedience training. As you must follow this program step by step, I claimed this.
As long as Adrienne’s layout is for instructions, it merely rises yet not ultimately shows obedience from the grassroots.
It would be much better to initially training your dog to obey by using fundamentals of the guide, in case your dog is hostile to deal with commands. You can take a quick look at cost-free guidebooks that will certainly help decrease the disobedience.
Adrienne did not concern her publication is socializing. Brain Training for Dogs is exceptionally critical to growing an all-round and also pleasant dog. Besides trying brand-new methods, don’t neglect to present brand-new dogs and even human beings to your family pet.
Is this perfect? Yes and also no depending on the present scenario of your dog.
Brain Training For Dogs Price
Both the Brain Training for Dogs and Behaviour Training for Dogs are at a reasonable price, $17 (price correct on the date of review – may be subject to change). There are tons of work to do after reading and surely not just read for one time. You can use this again as a refresher lesson for your dog or just for general future reference. At $17, we think it is worth your money.
Brain Training For Dogs Reviews : Summary
We can tell you that Brain Training for Dogs is an invaluable book that can be used as a training tool and a new way to have fun with my dog. It is a credible method for strengthening the bond between you and your pooch as well as maintaining them sharp. Most of all, the style writing of this book makes it good fun and extremely rewarding.
We highly recommend it to you.
Please excuse me, because my dog Ollie and I are off to play The Treasure Hunt game!