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Brain Training For Dogs

Brain Training for Dogs is a fresh course that combines stimulation for the brain and training to help unlock your dog’s inherent intelligence. When this happens behaviors diminish, and more desirable behavior emerges in their place.

Adrienne Farricelli is a CPDT KA dog trainer with a wealth of knowledge of modifying behavior in dogs. She is the founder of Brain Training for Dogs, and author of many books on dog training.

Exercise

Exercise is essential to the mental well-being and health of your dog. It helps keep them fit and healthy and lower the risk of heart disease, hip dysplasia, or obesity-related diseases like cancer or diabetes.

You will also keep them active and content. Training together will enhance your bond and encourage socialization.

The dog’s brain can become dull and cluttered over time if they don’t have a mental challenge. They may begin chewing on things or scratch furniture.

Training can help avoid these problems and improves your dog’s behavior when it comes to other dogs and humans. In some cases it can even save your dog’s life!

Mental exercising can also help to slow down the progression of memory loss and dementia. It helps form new connections in the brain and protects nerve cells from deterioration.

Games

Games are an excellent option for providing your dog mental stimulation. They can also be an excellent way to exercise dogs that aren’t able to get as much physical exercise as they used to, or for dogs recovering from an injury or operation.

Simple brain games can be played in a small space such as a garden or a house. Keep pieces of your dog’s favorite food in 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 few minutes at a stretch and provide your dog with an enjoyable mental exercise while you are training them. This can help them learn faster and remain mentally sharp. They can also increase their ability to concentrate on their commands and can improve their relationship with you.

Treats

Treats are a great method to train your dog. This is a great method to reinforce their learning and stimulate their brains. However, you need to be cautious not to overdo it.

In training, it’s essential to follow your instructions and treat only when they have followed the instructions properly. This will keep your dog from becoming confused by confusing signals.

Some of the most sought-after brain training options for dogs include games, puzzles and mental exercises. They’re a great way to keep your dog’s mind engaged and also give them the chance to build their confidence.

Place treats in different containers or cups. This is among the most played brain games for dogs. The dog must guess the container in which the treat is supposed to be in and if they are correct, they get a reward.

Socialization

As a dog’s owner it is your responsibility to ensure that your dog has confidence, adaptability and the ability to cope with a variety of situations. Socialization is a crucial factor in this process.

In the initial few years of their lives, young puppies need to be exposed various kinds of people, animals, and environments. Without exposure to these things they could become anxious and scared.

Many may develop negative behaviors, like anxiety or phobias.

Socialization can ease these problems and make life easier for your dog.

For instance, if you find that your puppy is known to be rough with other dogs, giving them ample time to play will teach them bite inhibition.

Having your dog socialize with people, other pets, and different environments can help reduce temper tantrums or separation anxiety when you go to work. It’s important to start small, and then work your way up to larger challenges over time.