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Brain Training For Dogs

Brain Training for Dogs, a brand new course, combines mental stimulation and dog training to unlock the natural intelligence of your dog. This will cause problematic behaviors to diminish and be replaced with more desirable ones.

The program was designed by Adrienne Farricelli, a CPDT-KA dog trainer with years of experience in modifying behavior of dogs. She is the creator of Brain Training for Dogs, and is the author of a variety of books on dog training.

Exercise

Exercise is vital to the mental well-being and health of your dog. It keeps their bodies healthy and fit and can lower the risk of hip dysplasia, heart disease or obesity-related diseases such as cancer or diabetes.

It also keeps them satisfied and engaged with you. Exercise together can increase your bond and encourage socialization.

The brain of a dog can become cluttered and dull when they don’t have a mental challenge. They may begin to chew on furniture or scratch things.

Training can help prevent these issues and help improve your dog’s behavior when it comes to other dogs and with people. In some cases it can save your dog’s very life!

Mental exercise can also help slow down the onset memory loss and dementia. It helps form new connections in the brain and also protects existing nerve cells from deterioration.

Play the Game

Games are a great option for providing your dog mental stimulation. These games can also be a great way to exercise dogs who aren’t as active as they used to be, or dogs recovering from injuries or operations.

Simple brain games can be played in a small space like a garden or house. Hide pieces of your dog’s favourite food around the inside the house or outside in the warmer weather. Let them go in search of it.

These brain games can be played for a short period at a stretch and give your dog a fun mental workout while you train them. This helps them to learn faster and remain sharp. They can also increase their ability to focus on instructions, and it can improve their relationship with you.

Treats

Treats are an excellent way to train your dog. This is a great method of enhancing obedience training and also to stimulate their brains. However, you should be cautious not to overdo it.

During training, it’s crucial to follow through with your commands and only treat when they have followed the instructions in a correct manner. This will prevent your dog from getting confused by mixed signals.

Puzzle games, toys and mental exercises are some of the most popular options for training dogs’ brains. They’re a great way to keep your dog mentally active while also giving them a chance to build their confidence.

Hide treats under different cups or containers. This is among the most played brain games for dogs. The dog must guess which container the treat is supposed to be in If it’s right they are awarded a reward.

Socialization

As a dog’s owner it is your responsibility to ensure that your pup has the confidence, flexibility and capability to deal with any situation. In this regard, socialization is crucial.

In their early years, puppies have to be introduced to all types of animals and people, as well as different environments. If they don’t get exposure to these types of things, they can become anxious and fearful.

They might even develop bad behaviors such as aggression and phobias.

The positive side is that socialization can help solve these issues and make life with your pup more enjoyable.

If your puppy is causing trouble for other dogs, then allowing them to play with them for a long time will teach them to bite inhibition.

Your dog should be able to interact with other pets, people and other animals can help to reduce anger or separation anxiety when you leave for work. It’s also important to start small, and then progress to larger challenges as you progress.